Huawei Heavy Attack 2017 China Mobile Global Partner Conference: 5G Will Be Publicly Demonstrated End-to-end Pre-commercial System

- Nov 22, 2017-

The 2017 China Mobile Global Partner Conference, with the theme of "creating a bright future for all," will be unveiled in Guangzhou on November 23. After several years of hot, this conference has become an insight into the trend, peer exchanges, manufacturers competitive, innovative products focused on the industry festival, becoming the industry's most watched year-end event. As a strategic cooperation partner with the most extensive cooperation and the deepest cooperation between China Mobile and Huawei, Huawei has always been a key player in this festival. It has not only continued to innovate in the chip and terminal markets, but also has continued in areas such as network evolution and digital transformation Lead the industry direction, continue to help promote China Mobile large connection strategy.

During the conference, Huawei will bring its businesses such as Haisi, terminals and operators to a full-scale display. At the same time, Huawei will also participate in the demonstration of China Mobile Greater China Connect Area, 5G Experience Hall and other sectors. Both parties will jointly display the 5G, Internet of Things, Digital business and other areas of strategic cooperation in the latest series of achievements. During the conference, Huawei will jointly organize 5G & IoT, video and two-topic industry eco-cooperation forum jointly with partners in many fields such as chip, automotive, video, logistics and home appliances to discuss the cross-border cooperation in industrial ecology in the digital age.

Since 2013, Huawei has jointly conducted 5G key technology research with China Mobile and signed a 5G strategic cooperation agreement with China Mobile Research Institute in 2015 to jointly carry out cooperation on 5G technologies, standards, prototypes and testing outfields. In February 2016, during the World Mobile Congress (MWC2016), the two companies jointly demonstrated the 5G full-duplex technology solution with excellent performance. In February 2017, also at the Mobile World Congress, the two sides joined hands to showcase the latest achievements in 5G high and low frequency dual-link technology innovation through AR / VR - the terminal simultaneously connects the 5G low-frequency C-Band (3.5GHz) and the high-frequency Ka-Band Network, the ultimate user experience of more than 22Gbps, user plane latency of less than 0.5ms, setting a landmark breakthrough.

Meanwhile, as an initial member of 5G Joint Innovation Center of China Mobile, Huawei is also committed to exploring the application and expansion of 5G in the vertical industry with many partners of China Mobile and various industries. During MWCS2017 in mid-year, Huawei, China Mobile and SAIC jointly demonstrated their remote driving solutions based on 5G networks, arousing widespread concern.

With the gradual maturity of the Internet of Things industry, it is bringing new growth opportunities for operators. As HUAWEI vice chairman and rotating CEO Hu Hoogeon said at the just concluded 2017 Global Mobile Broadband Forum, there are 20 million containers, 300 million LED street lamps, 1.8 billion water meters in the world and 100 million new bicycles shipped annually - - These are the "new users" of the future, all of which contain unlimited business opportunities. For example, with the help of NB-IoT / eMTC, cattle have also been linked to the Internet to gain significant benefits to pasture management and income through real-time monitoring of their health status, milk production and other indicators, as well as their estrus cycle. This has been achieved in Northwest China Practice.

According to data released by Gartner, the number of global connected devices will reach 26 billion by 2020 and the market size will reach 1.9 trillion U.S. dollars. According to IDC's forecast, the global number of Internet of Things connections will reach 30 billion by 2020, and the market scale will increase to 1.7 trillion US dollars. China Internet of Things Research and Development Center expects that by 2020 China's Internet of Things industry will reach 2 trillion yuan, which is more than 2 times the telecom revenue, with a compound annual growth rate of 22%.

During this conference, Huawei will show its new progress in IoT chipsets, platforms and solutions for the industry and demonstrate its efforts to participate in the IoT industry ecology through physical display and demonstration. Highlights include in-kind presentations of the Huawei Haas NB-IoT chipset and partner modules, as well as joint presentations with third-party partners in areas such as smart agriculture and smart living, such as NB-IoT-based smart agriculture applications and smart squeezing Juice machine kind show.