Huawei Unveils the Latest 5G Full-Series Solutions
The world’s first wave of 5G commercial networks utilizing either C band or 2.6 GHz band have been deployed commercially by Huawei. Now, 5G construction is expanding to FDD bands to ensure nationwide coverage and mmWave bands to increase capacity in hotspot areas.
“5G has come. Powerful networks deliver optimal user experiences. Advanced algorithms ensure optimal performance. Autonomous driving networks empower the most efficient operation and maintenance. This is what we aim to help operators achieve with 5G,” said Edward Deng, President, Huawei Wireless Solutions.
Massive MIMO is key to expanding the limits of Shannon’s Law and achieving a significant capacity increase on mobile networks. Huawei has launched Massive MIMO products based on self-developed chips commercially.
To leverage a 5G carrier’s high bandwidth and overcome the coverage limitation of C-band, Huawei released its second generation 5G Massive MIMO to support large-scale deployment. It also supports 200 MHz bandwidth and transmit power of 200 W, while boasting a lighter weight and reduced dimensions.
This resulted in approximately 400,000 shipments, and this figure is projected to reach 600,000 by the end of 2019. It provides operators with a crucial foundation to ensure Gbps experiences on 5G networks.
As 5G begins to see large-scale deployment all around the world, Huawei has released its third generation 5G Massive MIMO. Combining industry-leading technologies and processes, such as 7nm chips and new compound materials, this product further improves performance over its previous models.
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