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Huawei started 5G research in 2009 and 6G research in 2017: Rotating Chairman

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Today, Eric Xu, the rotating chairman of Huawei gave a keynote speech on “Huawei Innovation Practice and Enlightenment” at a technology Innovation Meeting in China.

During the speech, he spotted the light on Huawei’s vision for 5G, which was shared by him at Global Mobile Broadband Conference 2013. At that time, he suggested that 5G should be recognized as 1000 times more powerful than 4G.

Also, it should be able to connect 100 billion IoT devices and able to provide a 10Gbps download rate with extremely low latency. All of these are very fast and efficient.

Eric also revealed that Huawei began the 5G research in 2009 and at the same time decided to set up a communications technology laboratory for research. However, the world’s first 4G commercial network was also deployed in Norway and Sweden at the end of 2009.

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Moreover, during this timeline, China has not received the 4G license, which was further issued in December 2013. After getting the 4G license and completing an amount of research on 5G, the company announced an investment plan of US$600 million in 5G research and innovation for the next five years.

After 10 years of research and development, Huawei introduced the world’s first 5G commercial network in 2019. Yu said, looking back now, the need for funding for research is not as much as had been imagined. In fact, the planned investment of US$600 million was not used in the end.

At last, he concluded his speech and discloses that Huawei already started 6G research in 2017 that is two years ahead of 5G commercialization.

According to the previous information, Huawei 6G networks will be introduced to the market around 2030. Adding to this, Huawei and China Mobile are working together to launch two 6G test satellites. This activity will come into action somewhere in July this year.

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(Via – ithome)

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Huawei published new vehicle patent, provides faster and safer unlocks

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Recently, Huawei has published a new vehicle unlocking patent, which has been approved on the 23rd of July 2021. This patent aims to provide a quicker and safer unlocking method for zero effort access.

As per the information, on 29th February 2021, Huawei has applied for a patent entitled “Vehicle unlocking method, system, device, vehicle and storage medium”. This patent has been published with the publication number CN113165598A in China.

Speaking of this new patent, it will work on the voice determination mechanism to identify the authorized user and provide him/her access in one call. This new technology will optimize the unlocking methods for sure as everyone wants extra convenience for them.

Huawei Vehicle Unlocking Patent

Furthermore, the method embodied by this vehicle unlocking method works on precise and high computing algorithms. We can describe the procedure in the following terms-

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  1. First, this method used an efficient voice capturing method to identify the keyword that is “Wake-UP”
  2. If the voice message contains the wake-up word, the user gets permission of access after passing the next step
  3.  Afterward, the source of direction is determined
  4. The inbuilt camera started to take action and gather the data in image form
  5. This target camera analysis the field view to determining the user sanding position
  6. If all processes go smoothly then the system unlocks the vehicle of the user

Huawei Vehicle unlocking patent

Previous Patent Information:

On 27th July, Huawei introduced a new flexible glass patent technology for a more refined bending performance of flexible glass. This patent called, “a processing method for improving the bending performance of flexible glass” publish with the announcement number CN113173708A was applied on 3rd March 2022.

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Huawei’s new flexible glass technology can improve its bending capability

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On 27th July, Huawei introduced a new flexible glass patent technology for a more refined bending performance of flexible glass. This new technology aims to bring some extra convenience for users.

As per the information, Huawei published a new patent entitled “a processing method for improving the bending performance of flexible glass” with the announcement number CN113173708A.

The idea to bring this technology came a few months ago and the company applied to patent this technology in March this year. This new method can help to significantly increase the bending implementation of the flexible glass.

 Huawei flexible glass patent

Flexible glass patent Technology:

The patent document describes the method for more refined bending performance of flexible glass. The working procedure is described below-

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  • The multilayer glued flexible glass passes under the scratch, cut, debond, and chemically strengthening procedure to reach the maximum level of bending capability.
  • The multi-layer glass contains a foundation base that is placed at the bottom layer and a minimum of one iterated unit layer glued to the upper layer of the foundation base.
  • Furthermore, the iterated unit layer combines a flexible glass located in the bottom layer and a substrate glued to the upper layer of the flexible glass
  • At last, the repeating unit layers are glued and covered together

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Previous Patent:

Last week Huawei published the video call sharing method patent, which allows sharing a video call with family, friends, colleagues, and other associates. This patent with the publication number  CN11314148A was applied back on the 17th of January 2020.

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Huawei inaugurated first Arm-based data center in Moscow, Russia

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According to the latest information, Huawei has established the first ARM-based data center in Russia. It mainly started to provide access to Arm-based TaiShan servers to local customers.

The TaiShan server utilizes the Kunpeng 920 processor developed by Huawei’s semiconductor subsidiary, HiSilicon. Also, this data center was built by Huawei’s Intelligent Computing Systems Department in Moscow, Russia.

Regarding this, Huawei said that the Russian scientific and academic community are using the facility to optimize open source solutions and supercomputing development. The construction of the new facility indicates the company’s aim to develop software products in Russia.

Kunpeng 920 Processor:

In 2019, Huawei launched the Kunpeng 920 processor along with the first ARM-based server CPU to deliver higher performance. This processor was based on ARMv8 architecture, the 7nm Kunpeng 920 comes with 64 cores and operates at 2.6GHz, with eight channels of DDR4 memory.

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To be mentioned, Huawei has promised $1.5 billion to help develop Arm-native applications in an effort to help it overcome sanctions. Last month, the Chinese tech firm announced it was working with Sitronics to develop hardware that meets domestic localization requirements.

Kunpeng 920

In addition, the Nikiya Solodun intelligent computing systems expert at Huawei Russia stated that:-

“The computing cluster will enable our partners and customers to test their software products, to join the construction of a new open ecosystem”

“Prior to the commissioning of this data center, we had to spend resources on the delivery of equipment and deployment of servers at the customer’s sites, now it is possible to provide both remote and local access to equipment with virtually no time delays.”

ARM Processor:

Huawei said however the ARM processor are dominant in mobile technology but it can be a replacement to the x86 architecture in the data centers. On the other hand, Ampere, Fujitsu, and Microsoft are also preparing to launch ARM CPUs for the server market.

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Huawei Russia’s Intelligent Computing System Department Director- Liu Yu said:

“High-performance Arm cores have proven themselves well not only in tasks with numerous parallel computing, such as big data, virtualization systems, databases, storage systems, but also other tasks.

The tests carried out have shown that in a number of scenarios Arm servers can already compete fully with solutions based on the x86 architecture,” said Liu Yu.

Furthermore, Arm can be acquired by US cooperation Nvidia if regulators will let it, which could also make this matter more complicated.

(Source: Data Center)

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