In our heart's content. Surf the waves. At the same time, a third of the world's population still doesn't have access to the Internet.
At the Huawei 2022 Sustainable Development Forum, Huawei Chairman Liang Hua announced that Huawei has joined the International Telecommunication Union Partner2Connect Digital Alliance,Committed to providing the ability to connect to the digital society to some 120 million people in remote areas in more than 80 countries by 2025.
"Liang Hua said. Access to stable and continuous Internet connectivity is a fundamental need and right of people in the digital age, and for many who are not yet connected, ubiquitous connectivity will be a life-changing starting point. ”
The construction of optical fiber broadband network is also an important part of universal broadband service. In scenarios with low user density and long distances, such as in remote areas, Huawei proposes an innovative AirPON solution, which continuously reduces the equipment room footprint, fiber laying cost, and network power consumption to ensure the rapid establishment of local communication networks.
In Africa, Huawei has laid more than 250,000 kilometers of optical fiber, and its rapidly deployed all-optical infrastructure has helped 30 million households achieve high-speed broadband access. The user experience has been continuously improved, with the average home broadband speed exceeding 30Mbps.
Huawei said it will always uphold the concept of inclusive development, and through continuous technological innovation, help remote areas continue to improve the digital level, so that everyone can enjoy the convenience of digital life, and promote the balanced development of the global digital economy.