Huawei: 5G Will Create New Value and Growth Opportunities for Industries
At the just recently concluded 11th annual Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei's Deputy Chairman Ken Hu talked with global leaders regarding the brand-new value that 5G will give different markets around the world-- transforming the way we live, link, and also work.
"There's no out-of-the-box approach to development," stated Hu. "We've got to focus on genuine needs in real scenarios-- as well as develop the capabilities to fulfill those requirements." While numerous industries have shown that they are ready as well as ready to welcome 5G, Hu emphasized the importance of establishing standards for particular situations, as well as evaluating whether or not 5G is the appropriate tool for the job based on technological relevance, company possibility, value chain maturity, and standardization.
Huawei has in turn unveiled a vision for "1+N" 5G target networks, and released a full series of 5G services for developing such networks. "To welcome the approaching golden decade of 5G, we need to advance our networks towards 5G with full spectrum, as well as construct one high-bandwidth simplified target network that ensures ubiquitous connectivity with on-demand overlay of 'N' capabilities," stated Yang Chaobin, President of Huawei Wireless Network Solution.
David Wang, Huawei's Executive Director, also alluded to the future generation of 5.5 G technologies-- an extension of the standard 5G scenarios defined by the ITU. He noted that 5G will remain the major mobile communications modern technology until 2030 and will likely remain in service until 2040. However, looking ahead to 2030, cellular networks will lug more than 100 billion links, and 5G needs to keep evolving to fulfill the ever more diverse and intricate needs of culture.
The 5.5 G advancement will-- amongst various other things-- enable the ICT industry to explore brand-new circumstances including Uplink Centric Broadband Communication (UCBC), Real-Time Broadband Communication (RTBC), as well as Harmonized Communication and Sensing (HCS). Huawei has recommended that all industry stakeholders should start working with 5.5 G within the 3GPP framework as soon as possible, that the industry should maximize sub-100 GHz spectrum, and that the ICT industry needs to further integrate 5G into verticals to develop even more usage cases.