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Huawei is pushing 5.5G technology! Ensure 10Gbps rate everywhere

via:快科技     time:2022/9/19 16:00:32     readed:169

The Huawei Fully Connected 2022 Conference kicked off today in Bangkok, Thailand, where Huawei shared its core initiatives to promote digital development in the industry and released more than 15 innovative cloud services for the global market.

At the Fully Connected conference, Huawei's rotating chairman Hu Houkun said,Huawei is actively working with industry partners to advance 5.5G technology, the next evolution of 5G, covering both fixed and wireless sectors.


Hu Houkun said,Huawei's goal is to dramatically increase network capacity, ensuring ubiquitous rates of 10Gbps/s,And meets the industry's need for reliable, low-latency connectivity.

It is understood that in 2020, Huawei proposed 5.5G, which is the continuous enhancement of 5G capability. On the basis of 5G's high speed, low delay and large connection, it has added uplink UWB, broadband real-time interaction, converged sensing and other capabilities.

At the 8th IC& on September 8th; At Summit E, Huawei Fellow and Huawei Wireless CTO Dr. Tong Wen gave a speech on Bridging 5G to 6G.

He explained to the industry the driving forces and plans for the transition from 5G to 6G,It is pointed out that 5G continues to develop and 5.5G is the only way to evolve from 5G to 6G.

Dr. Tong Wen pointed out that in order to meet the new demand for 5G put forward by the new business of toC and the application of toB industry, 5G will move towards 5.5G continuous innovation, realizing the continuous enhancement of capabilities such as eMBB/URLLC/mMTC, while adding revolutionary capabilities such as sensing, passive iot, positioning and intelligence, and building & LDQuo. Downlink 10Gbps, uplink 1Gbps, 100 billion connection, endogenous intelligence & RDQuo; 5.5G network.


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