During the 2018 World Mobile Congress (MWC), Huawei's consumer business released the world's first 3GPP standard commercial 5G terminal and the first 3GPP standard commercial chip - Balong 5G01. It fully demonstrates Huawei's global leadership in the 5G field. At the same time, based on the characteristics of 5G networks, Huawei also released a 5G terminal layout plan for the future.
According to the 5G standard defined by the ITU (International Telecommunication Union), the 5G network has three characteristics of high speed, wide connection and low delay, which can achieve peak downlink speed of up to 20Gbps, connect 1 million devices per square kilometer and as low as 0.5ms. The delay, which means that the communication in the 5G era is not only the connection between people, it will expand the connection of people to the Internet, ie IoT (Internet of Things).
Today, a new era is coming. In addition to the connection between people and people, people and things, things and things will also be connected, and human society will enter a new era of Internet of Everything. And 5G, will become a new, subversive starting point, and become a key to the era of full connectivity.
Up to now, Huawei has cooperated with more than 30 top operators in the world, such as Vodafone, SoftBank, T-Mobile, BT, Telefonica, China Mobile and China Telecom. In 2017, Huawei took the lead in launching a 5G pre-commercial network with its partners. In 2018, it will promote the improvement of the industry chain and complete the interoperability test and support the first round of 5G commercial use.
For 2020 and beyond, enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) and Internet of Things (IoT) applications such as VR/AR applications, industrial Internet, driverless and car networking based on 5G networks will grow explosively as the 5G network matures It is estimated that by 2025, the number of global connections will reach 100 billion, and the connection based on materials will account for 90%.