Huaweis White Paper on 5G Application Standpoint Calls for Unified Standards

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 Huaweis White Paper on 5G Application Standpoint Calls for Unified Standards


Budapest, September 10, Xinhua News Agency (Xinhua) -- Huawei Corporation of China released the White Paper on 5G Application Standpoint at the International Telecommunication Union World Telecom Exhibition in Budapest on September 10. It looks forward to the application scenario of 5G in many fields, and calls on global industry organizations and regulators to actively promote standards synergy and spectrum in place for 5G merchants. Use deployment and application to provide good resource assurance and business environment.

Yang Chaobin, president of Huaweis 5G product line, released the white paper at the 5G + Gigabit: The Future of Zhilian forum organized by Huawei during the World Telecom Exhibition. The white paper expounds the development of 5G from four aspects: innovative application, standard, spectrum and industrial ecology.

The white paper pointed out that with the advancement of 5G commercial process, 5G innovative applications emerge in endlessly, including enhancing mobile broadband, media entertainment, industrial manufacturing, intelligent transportation, etc. 5G network can provide users with Gigabit network, excellent network performance and user experience. The advantages of 5G technology will enable thousands of industries and improve social efficiency. The white paper calls for a unified global standard, which will drive 5G to be commercially efficient and fast.

According to the white paper, spectrum allocation is an important regulatory issue. Global spectrum collaboration can help reduce the complexity and cost of 5G for suppliers, operators, industry partners and even end users. Distribution of nationwide spectrum is still the preferred and preferred mode for national regulators. At the same time, network synchronization should be considered to improve the efficiency of spectrum utilization and reduce interference.

The white paper also points out that the development of 5G needs a healthy and stable industrial ecology, the success of business and scale economic growth in the 5G era and the maturity of 5G ecology depend on the close cooperation of operators, equipment manufacturers and stakeholders throughout the industry, as well as the support of regulatory agencies for application innovation. Yang Chaobin shared the development prospects of 5G with the participants at the forum. He said that the global development of 5G is accelerating. Globally, 35 operators in 20 countries have released 5G, and another 33 countries have allocated 5G spectrum. This shows that the 5G era has come. According to the white paper, the next 5G will open up trillions of market space and investment opportunities. By 2035, 5G will generate about $12 trillion in global economic output, 80% of which will be related to 5G. The ITU World Telecommunication Fair 2019 was held in Budapest from 9 to 12. Source: Author of Xinhua: Editor-in-Charge of Yuan Liang: Wang Ning_NB12468

The white paper also points out that the development of 5G needs a healthy and stable industrial ecology, the success of business and scale economic growth in the 5G era and the maturity of 5G ecology depend on the close cooperation of operators, equipment manufacturers and stakeholders throughout the industry, as well as the support of regulatory agencies for application innovation.

Yang Chaobin shared the development prospects of 5G with the participants at the forum. He said that the global development of 5G is accelerating. Globally, 35 operators in 20 countries have released 5G, and another 33 countries have allocated 5G spectrum. This shows that the 5G era has come. According to the white paper, the next 5G will open up trillions of market space and investment opportunities. By 2035, 5G will generate about $12 trillion in global economic output, 80% of which will be related to 5G.

The ITU World Telecommunication Fair 2019 was held in Budapest from 9 to 12.