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Huawei launched new 5G products at MWC 2021, features multi-antenna technology

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On June 28, at Mobile World Congress (MWC 2021) in Barcelona, Huawei launched a number of new 5G products and solutions-oriented to the “1+N” 5G target network. These newly launched 5G devices promote multi-antenna technologies to all bands and all scenarios to build a leading 5G network.

Let’s check the new launches one by one:

400 MHz Ultra-Wideband 64T64R Massive MIMO:

This new product supports the entire C-band, enabling operators to deploy their multi-segment spectrum on just one module to reduce the number of devices. It’s the industry’s only massive MIMO product that supports both 64T64R and 400 MHz bandwidth.

Furthermore, this product balances huge bandwidth and high capacity so that one module can be shared by multiple operators. This allows them to overcome the insufficient spectrum that may occur in single-operator cases and greatly improves user experience, while also considerably reducing the footprint and site power consumption of antenna modules compared with separate deployments.

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64T64R Massive MIMO:

Huawei’s 64T64R Massive MIMO product is the lightest of its kind, with a single module weighing as little as 19 kg. By continuously innovating in Massive MIMO engineering, Huawei’s new 64T products can be transported and installed with just one person while also delivering on performance, significantly improving construction efficiency.

BladeAAU Pro:

BladeAAU has made it easier for operators in Switzerland to acquire new sites and rapidly deploy 5G networks. By supporting a higher mounting height, BladeAAU has helped operators in China expand coverage and improve the 5G user experience.

Huawei BladeAAU Pro is the only of its kind that is 65T capable while maintaining a high level of A+P integration. The active module is improved with 64 channels over the previous 32 and supports a 320 W transmit power and 200 MHz bandwidth, which provide extra flexibility for operators to meet higher capacity.

The passive module is also improved with port specifications further upgraded to 2L6H to facilitate full sub-3GHz coverage.

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BladeRRU Pro:

Huawei’s BladeRRU Pro is the first to integrate three low bands/three medium bands, reducing the required number of FDD RRUs for full-band coverage by two-thirds and making investments in multi-band deployment more efficient.

The low-frequency integration module has been adopted commercially in multiple countries. Huawei provides a SingleCell software solution for BladeRRU Pro to coordinate scheduling between low and medium bands, enabling more resources to serve low-band UEs at cell edges. Commercial use of the solution at multiple sites showed that SingleCell can nearly double the average seen in experience indicators for these UEs.

Industry’s Only Commercial FDD Massive MIMO:

Huawei has launched the industry’s first commercial FDD Massive MIMO products by combining innovative Meta-material array design and ultra-miniature passive intermodulation (PIM)-free filter technology.

The FDD Massive MIMO device is less than 500 mm in width but carries engineering specifications comparable to those of TDD Massive MIMO. Its cell capacity is five to six times higher than 4T4R while providing similar in-depth coverage performance as that of sub-1 GHz bands.

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“By launching this series, we aim to bring multi-antenna technology to all scenarios and bands. Several products within the solutions are one-of-a-kind and will help operators efficiently deploy 5G networks and provide a first-rate experience. Huawei will work with global partners to innovate and share 5G benefits with all.” said Yang Chaobin, President of Huawei Wireless Product Line.

Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.

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5.5G increase network capacity by 10 times: Huawei

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Recently, Huawei wireless network product line general manager Gao Quanzhong participated at IOTE·2021 in Shenzhen and speakers about the 5.5G network, benefits, current status, and future possibilities.

According to the information, the International High-precision Positioning Technology and Application Innovation Summit Forum was conducted on 24th October. The industrial leaders and invited guests deliver several keynotes about the network technology, problems, and future scopes.

At the event, Manager Gao stated that the global 5GtoB industry development is moving towards its peak with a steady growth rate. Currently, more than 20 different industries have adopted the 5G network while over 10,000 applications have been developed.

Going with the speech, the Huawei manager noted that the iteration of the mobile communication network is developing with each decade. In addition, each network depends on its corresponding bandwidth spectrum to provide a strong network connection in the era.

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Related: Huawei ready to bring 5.5G network, will provide Gbps downlink rates at a low latency of 5 ms compared to 5G

Gao Quanzhong further explains, alongside the network speed, the positioning accuracy also increases by ten folds in each generation till 5G. In this line, the soon-to-frozen 3GPP R17 standard is expected to achieve 0.5-meter positioning accuracy.

To say so, we have reached so far from the 2G network generation that the communication network has been advanced to cross thousands of miles in a few minutes. Thanks to the 5G, we are hoping to reach more heights.

Furthermore, the 5.5G will bring a ten-fold increase in network capacity alongside the centimeter-level positioning accuracy and the terminal standby. The report shows the terminal standby time will improve by more than two years.

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Huawei 5.5G: Previous Reports

On this matter, Huawei previously stated to bring 5.5G between 2025 and 2030. The company wants to provide its consumers with a network capacity that can deliver Gbps downlink at a low latency as low as 5ms.

In addition, it will be able to support the sub-100GHz full frequency band with more advanced benefits over the 5G network. In previous reports, the Chinese firm also highlighted six areas that’ll be enhanced by the 5.5G, it includes-

  1. Spectrum reconstruction
  2. Uplink enhancement
  3. Full scenario IoT
  4. Synesthesia
  5. L4 autonomous driving network
  6. Green and low carbon

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Huawei launched All-optical Autonomous Driving Network White Paper

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Huawei Autonomous Driving White Paper

At the 7th Global Ultra-Broadband Fixed Forum (UBBF 2021), Huawei launched the first “All-optical Autonomous Driving Network White Paper“. Huawei NCE Optical Network Marketing Director Wang Jinping elaborates this white paper document.

This forum was conducted in Dubai under the theme of “Connect +, New Growth”. At the vent, Director Wang stated driverless driving is not only creating a new experience but bringing a quality connection also.

He further mentions the all-optical network is the cornerstone of the entire communication network to the extent that it has become an industry consent. Speaking about Huawei’s goal, he said the company wants to build an efficient, safe, and green all-optical autonomous driving network, that will satisfy the following standards-

  • Contactless operation
  • Spontaneous response
  • Zero failure

In addition, these high-quality services will lead the entire industry towards joint development. Apart from the director Wang, the research director from a well-known consulting firm- Omdia also shared his thoughts about the all-optical network.

Meanwhile, the Huawei director emphasizes that the company’s autonomous driving strategy is a scenario-based solution in the industry. Furthermore, enhancing the network element and network layer is bringing more intelligence to the single-domain autonomy.

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Let’s discuss the various aspects of the Autonomous Driving Network White Paper of Huawei-

Huawei Autonomous Driving Network Doc: White Paper Release

There are three aspects of this network solution that can improve the capabilities of the current all-optical autonomous driving network. You can scroll down to check all three points-

Digital intelligent:

According to Huawei NCE Director, dumb resources for the optical fibers and cables are major issues in the current all-optical network industry. Thereby the all-optical autonomous driving network solution introduces pre-connection and optical iris technology innovation in the network element layer.

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This arrangement combines the image recognition and big data analysis and diagnosis capabilities of the iMaster NCE intelligent management and control system. Thus, the network layer is able to improve its capacities in the following aspects-

  • ODN Topology Restoration
  • Accurate Fault Detection
  • Accurate Resource Visual Management
  • Predict Slow-Changing Faults
  • Achieve Business Risk Investigation

End-to-End Home Broadband Experience:

The E2E home broadband experience guarantees a high-quality digital life experience and simultaneously solves WiFi-related problems. It aims to resolve 90% of faults originating from customer complaints that include installation and maintenance problems.

The network has achieved 30% of fault door-to-door and 60% of fault location time. In addition, it delivers a high-quality home broadband service experience after solving the root cause of the problem.

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Huawei Digital Energy Ecology Conference published the postponement

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Huawei Digital Energy Ecology Conference

On 25th October, Huawei officially published the postponement announcement for the Huawei Digital Energy Ecology Conference. The company explains, due to the recent global pandemic, the original plan has been delayed further.

In addition, the reason is to control the present situation and strengthen the safety measurements for the participants. The company officially address the partners and participants to inform them about the delay.

The company also apologized to the guest for creating such inconvenience who were waiting for this event. And, also wants to show continued support for the company.

According to the information, Huawei Digital Energy Conference was planned for the 4th and 5th of November in Beijing, China. However, the company hasn’t mentioned the further plan but it’ll soon publish a separate notice to inform about the new plan.

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Regards this matter the local media reveals, the current domestic epidemic is bouncing in the company. The company doesn’t want to create any risk in Beijing thereby suspending the event for now.

Huawei Digital Energy Conference

There is a high possibility that it can be conducted via online platforms, yet we have to wait for the official words. Besides, this Chinese tech recently concluded the Global Digital Power Summit in Dubai. 

2021 Global Digital Power Summit:

Huawei recently participated in the Global Digital Power Summit on 16th October in Dubai. Carbon Neutrality was the theme of the event witnessed by many industry leaders of China, Dubai, and various other technical fields.

At the conference, the discussion revolves around the next industrial trends including AI, Cloud, and Big Data. The leaders are committed to developing a low-carbon smart society to bring an ultimate and greener future for everyone.

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At present, we are looking forward to the company successfully holding the Digital Energy Conference and confronting new technologies and ideas in the field of digital and ecological energy.

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