Work to disaggregate the BNG is on the right track and aligns well with network operator goals.
Closing the digital divide in Africa is a primary goal for stakeholders from operators to governments to NGOs.
The good news is there are lots of interesting propositions.
Digital transformation will drive change across the telecom sector around the world.
With more than 1 billion people, Africa represents a market opportunity too large to ignore
For mobile operators, the struggle to provide adequate service indoors becomes a full-on battle as they ramp up 5G networks.
With growth in mature markets flat at best, many across the telecom ecosystem are looking to emerging markets to provide the next area of growth.
The Government is starting with small projects and, as successes mount, it intends to scale them nationally while being active in international standards development, so as to be a major global provider.
How will operators efficiently monetize the likes of LTE-M and NB-IoT?
Due to the lack of infrastructure and strong business foundation in emerging markets, developing ICT sectors face challenges.
Chen Lifang, Senior Vice President of Huawei, emphasized that connecting all things is the basis of everything else, and is the cornerstone of an intelligent world, in her speech in Unlocking New Economic Value Summit during Mobile Congress World 2018.
Boosting intensive indoor coverage in preparation for the 5G era has been and will continue to be a serious concern for many operators. What options are available for operators?
From simple individual communication to digital society, new businesses bring huge opportunities to mobile operators who are facing challenges in growth.
Ryan Ding, Huawei Executive Director and President of Carrier Business Group, shared his views and vision for 5G with the industry at the '5G is Now' Summit during Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018.
TM9, a standardized transmission mode defined by 3GPP, is the core technology for further improving FDD LTE user throughput.
Huawei Cloud Enterprise Communications (CloudEC) solution integrates capabilities, such as HD video, instant messaging, collaborative conference and contact center together, and can be applied in offices, mobile workspace, cross-regional working and other scenarios.
Cloud+X is the best choice for carriers' enterprise market expansion plans.
Guangdong Telecom's all-fiber network deployment transformed its enterprise services potential.
There are still a lot of problems and challenges that impede the construction of an information-based enterprise but Huawei has some solutions.
Industry boosts in the B2B market meet new enterprise service requirements.
How can communications service providers develop new lines of business based on emerging trends in the enterprise ICT sector?
Huawei's CloudOptiX solution facilitates the cloudification of transport networks to both fulfill current demands and prepare for future challenges.
Huawei CloudCampus solution leverages cloud management technology to implement centralized multi-tenant management and scales to manage up to several millions network elements so that operators can take full advantage of their high-performance network platforms.
Huawei's end-to-end All-Cloud network, introduced at Mobile World Congress 2017 (MWC17), demonstrates how telecom operators can evolve their networks to innovate and grow in the digital era.
Huawei's OXC all-optical switching solution has large-capacity switching and multi-degree optical-layer grooming capabilities, which can better meet requirements on full mesh connections on backbone networks.
More than 100 carriers have deployed 4.5G commercial or trial networks around the globe.
Together, we need to actively embrace new technology, new business modes, and new applications to fully prepare for the arrival of the 5G era.
Huawei's 'All Cloud' mobile network strategy receives widespread industry recognition.
New indoor coverage solution accelerates digital transformation and unleashes the potential of indoor digital economy.
Huawei is committed to the introduction of cloud technology and extension to the basic network of various fields.
Flash memory used to be considered a differentiated competitive advantage, but now it is a must-have in cloud data centers.
Cost-effective butterfly sites bring connections to unconnected rural areas.
X Labs has been created to be a center for cooperation and innovation in the wireless applications community.
Networks built for video deliver the best video experience, explains Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of Products and Solutions at Huawei Technologies.
Mobile video data usage will increase 24-fold in the next six years, and video services will become an even greater form of communication and recreation.
Video has already become both a new point of growth and a fundamental service for carriers in the ultra-broadband era.
Enterprises need efficient, reliable, flexible ICT services for quicker market expansion, more agile innovation and higher productivity.
Reflections on architecture transformation for Network 2020.
Huawei has extensive global delivery experience and well anchored research & development that looks into new technologies to improve the mobile video experience.
In today's 4G/5G era, networks have to support more services and more traffic than ever. Operators understand that a differentiated network experience is critical to maintaining a leading position.
The Internet of Things is destined to change life and revolutionize every industry.
Huawei's fixed network modernization service solution provides integrated services that cover an entire network life cycle.
Architecture and applications, by Dr. Sun Dong, Chief Architect of Digital Transformation Solutions, Huawei.
Huawei's Big Video vision.
What are the challenges for hitting Gigabit speeds at base stations? This infographic outlines the main ones.
4K is set to redefine how we see and utilize video, Sony's Head of AV Media for Sony Professional Europe, Olivier Bovis, tells Jason Patterson & Linda Xu.
User experience is critical to retaining users, attracting new users, and increasing their lifetime value
The digital era is here and is reshaping entire industries and the way we live our lives, writes Huawei Senior Marketing Manager Michael Lee.
Core networks will be the first to take a stroll in the clouds.