According to Huawei, this center will act as a base for 5G knowledge and skill sharing to enhance 5G cooperation in the UK and showcase the real-life use cases.
Visitors will be able to experience next-gen gaming, virtual and augmented reality, as well as the future of 5G and its places in the industry, such as smart manufacturing, agriculture, and healthcare.
Jerry Wang, CEO of Huawei UK, said: “With the opening of our 5G Innovation and Experience Centre in London we, as a leader of 5G, are taking another important step. What we have opened today will enable true collaboration amongst UK businesses and technologists and showcase the huge potential of 5G applications for both the private and business sectors.”
In the third quarter business report, Huawei signed over 60 commercial 5G contracts with top carriers, including all major operators in the UK.
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