Huawei launches two new wireless broadband solutions addressing future capacity

By Telecom Lead Team: Huawei has unveiled two new wireless
broadband solutions for boosting capacity: the ARU (Adaptive Radio Unit) and
the AtomCell, which are part of its GigaSite suite of solutions.


Typically, the balance of data traffic distribution is
uneven, as 80 percent of data traffic is carried by only 20 percent of all
sites. In hot and blind spots, operators need to improve network capacity,
quality of service and lessen the difficulty of site acquisition, without
adding macro sites.


Huawei’s GigaSite solutions help develop mobile
communications to build a connected world of endless possibilities. Huawei is
committed to innovation and provides solutions and products based on its
customers’ needs,” said David Wang, president of Huawei’s Wireless Network
Business Unit.



As the industry’s highest capacity radio unit, capable of
supporting gigabit throughput in one box, Huawei’s ARU complements a strategy
of building solutions that are multi-standard, multi-spectrum and software
defined. Integration of an adaptive antenna system and RF unit enable the
Huawei ARU to simultaneously support beamforming and multi-sector networks,
using the same space and antenna.


Huawei’s AtomCell is the industry’s lightest, most compact,
flexible, and most highly integrated small cell. At the core of the AtomCell is
the Atom; providing power amplifier, radio frequency, and baseband
functionality. These features, combined with a transmission and an antenna
unit, enable AtomCell to function as a complete base station. When four Atoms
are combined, an AtomCell can also support user-targeting beamforming to
improve subscriber experiences. The AtomCell can interface with multiple
backhaul connections, including copper, optical, microwave and TDD backhaul.


In the past, operators incurred considerable cost and site
location difficulties when deploying separate base stations and antenna systems
on different spectrum. The introduction of Huawei SingleRAN changed the
business model for network deployments, allowing multiple standards to be
accommodated in one cabinet. Global uptake of SingleRAN has established a
benchmark for operator networks to provide multi-standard and multi-mode
support, which is now complimented by the uniquely innovative ARU and AtomCell.


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