Yang also highlighted major changes in user behavior, as the number of views through mobile devices increased significantly, which at the same time burdens existing network capacity that requires additional investment in order to withstand the increasing flow of data.
“5G is developing rapidly worldwide, with more than 170 networks built and nearly 500 million users developed within two years. As 5G commercial deployment enters a new phase, users need more continuous experience, and industry digitalization poses new requirements for 5G capabilities. Therefore, we believe that the next step is to evolve 5G from pilot industry to all-industry digitalization, to build a 5Gigaverse society,” Yang said in his speech.
Huawei hosted the 12th Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) in Dubai and presented the latest advances in 5G technology. Particular attention was paid to ELAA (extreme-large antenna array) technology, which will be used by to ensure better energy efficiency and Massive MIMO coverage that can improve uplink data speed and user experience.
Huawei’s products and services are present in more than 170 countries, used by a third of the world’s population, and according to its sales numbers in 2019, the company is one of the world’s largest smartphone manufacturers. Huawei Consumer Business Group (one of Huawei’s three business groups) covers smartphones, PCs and tablets, wearable smart devices, cloud services, etc.