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Huawei : From innovation to invention
Information and communications technology (ICT) is rapidly working its way into every industry, just like electricity did over 100 years ago.
In a world where all things are connected, every person and home will have the opportunity to enjoy a highly-personalized experience based on data and pervasive intelligence.
For us at Huawei, we’re now in a race against time to make our vision a reality: to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world.
The times call for new theoretical breakthroughs The ICT industry today is running into many bottlenecks after 50 years of high-speed development.
The key is to help our customers and partners become more competitive, increase their revenue or reduce their costs, and enable them to achieve greater business success.
In the past, Huawei made a lot of engineering and technological innovations in wireless, optical networks, and smartphones, and these efforts have generated a great amount of business and social value.
Based on our vision for the intelligent future we are entering, we will now aim to break the bottlenecks in theories and basic technologies that have hindered the development of ICT.
We aimed to build autonomous driving networks that fundamentally change how telecom networks are run and maintained, and gradually make unattended networks a reality.
Clear and effective strategies for network architecture development have driven the company in the right direction and enabled the company to stay at the forefront of the industry.
With Huawei's OXC optical switching system, for example, the 3,000 optical fibers traditionally required can be replaced with a single optical backplane.
The results are a 50% reduction in power consumption, a 90% reduction in floor space requirements, and deployment and maintenance efficiency hundreds of times better than before.
Without 36 months of persistent efforts by our 300+ R&D employees, it would have been impossible to realize a micrometer folded optical path, 10x hybrid zoom, and optical image stabilization that ensures movement of less than 0.00024 degrees for both main and zoom lenses.
Matching the current 5G phase requirements, Huawei's most popular phone is its foldable phone Mate X, which features a rotating shaft thanks to innovations in multiple disciplines, such as mathematics, materials, machinery, and design.
After dozens of iterations, it has achieved stable performance in 200,000 tests, ensuring that every part of the mobile phone lies flat.
Over its 30 years of development, Huawei has conducted research into corrosion resistance in materials to make Huawei products adaptable to various environments.
In addition, our research into graphene has significantly increased efficiency in battery cooling, and our fan-free cooling design has made base stations 30% smaller.
Without revolutionary changes sparked by new theoretical breakthroughs and inventions, future growth for Huawei, and the industry as a whole, will be impossible.
We make that happen with Innovation 2.0 through initiatives like funding university research, building labs, and making technological investments along multiple paths.
Today for instance, businesses are facing many engineering and technological challenges, and the world is plagued with problems such as the Shannon Limit, the 'memory wall', and the inevitable slowdown of Moore's Law.
Working together, we can seek breakthroughs in basic technologies and speed up the process of translating university research into real-world applications, thereby crossing the 'valley of death' of innovation.
Huawei researches optical computing and has taken advantage of the analog nature of optics to enable complex logical operations for data processing.
With optical computing, the performance will improve by a factor of hundreds due to optical features such as diffraction, diffusion, and interference.
An open, collaborative, and sustainable ecosystem enables digital transformation, innovation and invention We advocate sharing value with other ecosystem players and evolving together with the global ICT industry.
Through mutual trust, support, and the simplest possible transaction models, we innovate together with our suppliers to drive industry development and ensure business continuity.
Regardless of any future changes in the external environment, our procurement policy will remain unchanged, and we will remain dedicated to working together for shared success.
We are a member of more than 400 standards organizations, industry alliances, and open source communities, where we serve in more than 400 key positions.
By working closely with international standards organizations and helping vertical industries to go digital with applied ICT solutions, Huawei is able to play a leading role in strengthening the Middle East’s ICT ecosystem by enabling omnipresent connectivity.
In the digital era, businesses choose their partners based on the ecosystems they operate within, more so than the products and prices they offer.
A cross-industry approach brings together governments, industry alliances and organizations, developers and academia to create a larger market for all participants so that they can share benefits in the long run.
We already collaborate with carriers and industry partners to continuously develop 5G applications in vertical industries, enable a thriving industry ecosystem, and make full preparation for the mature commercial use of 5G.
We recently launched a series of cross-industry collaborations based on network slicing and MEC in smart grid, VR/AR, IoV, remote surgery, smart manufacturing, and other fields, greatly expanding the 5G global ecosystem.
As a result, Huawei has secured 50 commercial 5G contracts and has shipped more than 150,000 base stations to customers around the world Huawei Connect 2019: An embodiment of Huawei’s ecosystem approach When talking about open systems and partnerships, this vision really comes to life in showcases such as Huawei Connect.
The best minds in the industry have attended the event – including thought leaders, business leaders, industry experts, ecosystem partners, application providers, and developers – to chart the way forward and explore new opportunities.
At this year's 2019 event, we gave attendees an inside look at new advancements in ICT technology, showcased the results of joint innovation with our partners, and shared the best practices in digital transformation.
We also exchanged ideas with these stakeholders, talked with customers and partners to explore business opportunities, learned from the best technical experts and developers, and experienced amazing applications and digital platforms.
More and more companies have come to realize the value of AI, and with that intelligence available through the cloud, they are no longer questioning whether they should go to cloud, but how they can transition to the cloud faster.
For our part, Huawei will continue to focus on ICT infrastructure and smart devices, and work with global customers and partners to realize ubiquitous connectivity and pervasive intelligence.
We want to work more closely with partners across the value chain to create greater value for our customers, and a better experience for consumers.
Leveraging Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for 5G
The heterogenous nature of future wireless networks comprising of multiple access networks, frequency bands and cells - all with overlapping coverage areas - presents wireless operators with network planning and deployment challenges.
ML and AI can assist in finding the best beam by considering the instantaneous values updated at each UE measurement of the parameters mentioned below: Once the UE identifies the best beam, it can start the random-access procedure to connect to the beam using timing and angular information.
Massive simply refers to the large number of antennas (32 or more logical antenna ports) in the base station antenna array. Massive MIMO enhances user experience by significantly increasing throughput, network capacity and coverage while reducing interference by: The weights for antenna elements for a massive MIMO 5G cell site are critical for maximizing the beamforming effect.
ML and AI can collect real time information for multidimensional analysis and construct a panoramic data map of each network slice based on: Different aspects where ML and AI can be leveraged include: With future heterogenous wireless networks implemented with varied technologies addressing different use cases providing connectivity to millions of users simultaneously requiring customization per slice and per service, involving large amounts of KPIs to maintain, ML and AI will be an essential and required methodology to be adopted by wireless operators in near future.
All of them address low latency use cases where the sensing and processing of data is time sensitive. These use cases include self-driving autonomous vehicles, time-critical industry automation and remote healthcare. 5G offers ultra-reliable low latency which is 10 times faster than 4G. However, to achieve even lower latencies, to enable event-driven analysis, real-time processing and decision making, there is a need for a paradigm shift from the current centralized and virtualized cloud-based AI towards a distributed AI architecture where the decision-making intelligence is closer to the edge of 5G networks.
The 5G mm-wave small cells require deep dense fiber networks and the cable industry is ideally placed to backhaul these small cells because of its already laid out fiber infrastructure which penetrates deep into the access network close to the end-user premises.
With all exhibition space fully booked, IFA Berlin will host 1.939 manufacturers and brands across 163.900 square meters net at two exhibition areas - the Berlin Exhibition Grounds and IFA Global markets, Europe's largest sourcing show for trade visitors at STATION Berlin.
What you see here in Berlin is the cutting edge of technology, and ready for consumers ahead of the most important shopping season - from Black Friday and Singles Day to Cyber Monday and Christmas,' says Dr. Christian Göke, CEO Messe Berlin, and adds: 'The high standard of innovation on show here at IFA Berlin just underlines how important it is to keep trade barriers low, because without it innovation would be much less dynamic - and that would be harmful for both consumers and society.'
Japan Pavillon - Interface with Consideration and Sensibility Robot technology - Living with intelligent machines IFA NEXT - The global Innovation-Hub of IFA IFA KEYNOTES Every year, the IFA Keynote on the first two days of the show are a stage for the best in innovation, and this year is no different - especially given the political and economic background for Friday's keynote speakers.
Wood talks about the visions and innovations that will transform television (IFA Keynote, September 7, 10:30 a.m.). With twelve global brands, Arcelik is a market leader in most of its markets, including two of Europe's largest household appliance brands, Beko and Grundig.
Technology pioneers: these women are shaping our future Quantum bits and AI - how these technologies are shaping our future Dataism: the construction of a new reality SHIFT AUTOMOTIVE The Future of Mobility will be discussed at the SHIFT Automotive convention on 10 and 11 September, with start-ups, technology giants, automobile manufacturers and urban planners coming together to explore how the latest technologies and forward-looking mobility concepts will change the way we live, work and drive.
roadmap to make the Future of Mobility smart and sustainable IFA GLOBAL MARKETS From 8 to 11 September, suppliers, component manufacturers and OEMs/ODMs will meet customers and partners from the consumer and home electronics industries at IFA Global Markets, Europe's biggest sourcing platform at STATION Berlin, near Potsdamer Platz, which is open to trade visitors only.
Market researchers expect small electrical appliances to grow at a pace of around 9.4 percent to just under 90 billion euros, while sales of large electrical appliances will grow 2.2 percent to just under 182 billion euros.
- On 16. januar 2021
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