At MWC Shanghai,Huawei has revealed plans and strategies for accelerating digital transformation across industries, and ways to promote the development of thriving digital economies.
The company says that carriers will become a prominent driver of economic growth through successful digital transformation.
“Huawei is committed to pushing the boundaries of future-oriented technologies and developing a robust industry ecosystem together with our partners, so as to provide comprehensive support for telecom operators around the world on their digital transformation and commercial success,” conveyed Zou Zhilei, President of Huawei’s Carrier Business Group.
Huawei aims to improve operator speed and digital transformation for the economic and industrial landscape reforms.
The company bases its revelations on derived business and technological needs behind operator digitalization strategies to provide comprehensive transformation support and services for operators across four core areas: business, operation, architecture, and network.
The group also supports adoption of U-vMOS standard for a superior video experience, and will build a collaborative video ecosystem helping operators to deliver video services with the best possible user experience.
The company launched its end-to-end Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) Solution to help global operators expand their IoT services into new markets including the connected vehicle, smart home, and industry-specific Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) applications, while also providing integrated ICT solutions with enhanced cloud and network synergy in the cloud market.
It has also launched a digital operation system named Telco OS with its partners to jointly build a digital business ecosystem for fully digital operation.
Huawei said that it will use 5G and 4.5G technologies to offer speeds as high as 1 Gbit/s alongside strengthening mobile broadband offerings and enabling new IoT applications.
The company will also support operators to achieve FMC 2.0-driven, converged, and full-service operation to open up broader business opportunities.
At the ‘Innovation City’ booth in Hall N3, Huawei showcased ‘Connected Life Experience’, smart and IoT technologies and demonstrated the profound impact that ICT development will have on urban services, public services, and smart industries.