In November 2019 the FCC cut ties with Chinese enterprises, concluding that Huawei and ZTE posed a threat to US national security.
The federal government is banning Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from Canada’s fifth-generation networks, citing security concerns. The decision comes with far-reaching im-plications for national security and diplomacy, which critics say is long overdue.
At this year’s Global Analyst Summit (HAS 2022), which took place in Shenzhen on April 28, Huawei launched its commercial 5G indoor positioning solution, marking the first time the industry has delivered a toB-focused 5G positioning solution.
Huawei has improved the 5G video experience through Telco TV, they communicated from the Chinese giant at the world’s largest telecommunications services fair in Barcelona in early March, and at 5g.hr we have found out the details of the project itself.
Huawei is still the global leader in the telecom equipment industry, which includes all telecommunications infrastructure, from broadband access, mobile core and RAN, SP routers, etc. These were the findings of Dell’Oro Group for the third quarter of 2021.
Zagreb was visited by Huawei’s 5G truck, showcasing cutting edge 5G-enabled digital solutions. All visitors had the opportunity to step into the future and try out the latest technology and a number of top gadgets.
According to a new forecast by CSS Insight, about 560 million 5G-capable smartphones will be sold worldwide in 2021 alone, bringing the number of global 5G connections to 637 million.
“Innovation will never stop. The next decade will be a decade of 5G. We hope to work with global partners to continuously innovate based on user experience and industry requirements to take user experience to new heights while digitally transforming industries,” said Chaobin Yang, President of Huawei Wireless Solution, introducing new technologies from Huawei.
The prestigious Mate 50 model is expected from the Chinese company soon, and rumors in the world of tech say that it will have an ultra-curved screen.
Huawei has developed a device that allows the implementation of 5G network on existing base stations for 2G, 3G and 4G technology, boasted the Chinese company whose work has been banned in many Western countries due to alleged data theft and espionage.