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Huawei’s “5G+8K” 3D VR solution has been released, brings enhancement in 5.5G uplink ultra-broadband:



Today, Huawei released the “5G+8K” 3D VR end-to-end solution for the evolution of the 5.5G uplink ultra-broadband (UCBC) in Shanghai, China. This technology originates an effective impact on 3D VR spatial video media production, which helps to improve media productivity and creates alluring real-time broadcast.

In today’s scenario, live streaming is a big concern because it provides one of the most powerful ways to reach and interact with your audience. At the same time, social media platforms are greatly utilized by vloggers, social media marketers, and influencers, which brings a boost in the use of real-time broadcasting.

Looking at the trend, it needs to make further developments in this field for the video evolution. In comparison with traditional flat video, 8K 3D VR spatial promises you clearer vision, color saturation as well as freedom of operation.

This 8K 3D VR presentation opens the gate of a more realistic virtual world for you and giving you an astonishing viewing experience. Simenteously, this field is waiting for more developments, which may bring improvements beyond the imaginations.

With the rapid innovation in 5.5G uplink ultra-broadband (UCBC) technology, the 8K or even 12K camera front-end acquisition deployment is becoming more popular. Not only this, many applications of uplink 100M+ or even higher speed will be born in the future.

In the meantime, the development of 5.5G uplink ultra-broadband (UCBC) technology will open all the venues for the Media and helps them to reach every corner of the globe. As well, it brings new opportunities for normalized media production and extravagance its productivity.

To be mentioned, Huawei recently concludes the selection of an 8K 3D VR at the Guangzhou Grand Theater using the company’s ultra-high-definition video technology. It indicates the beginning of a new era in the high-tech video industry.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.