In the ever-evolving world of telecommunications, Huawei maintains its commitment to innovation and leadership in the microwave industry. During the 2023 Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei introduced its latest microwave technology, MAGICSwave, which paves the way for a smooth transition to 5.5G with full-band and multi-channel capabilities. The new-generation MAGICSwave supports ultra-wide multi-channel transmission to enhance backhaul efficiency, offering increased capacity for urban areas and longer transmission distances for suburban areas. It boasts a high level of integration, allowing networks to adapt and evolve over the next decade.
Under the theme of 5.5G enabling superior network experience and driving sustainable development, an impressive lineup of speakers shared their expertise and insights during the second day of Huawei’s Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) 2023.
Telecom Review attended an exclusive media roundtable organized during the second day of Huawei’s Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) 2023, discussing 5.5G technology, and how this empowers an infrastructure for a digital-intelligent society.
Along the sidelines of the 2023 Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF), Huawei, in collaboration with du, unveiled the world’s first 5G Advanced (5G-A) demonstration villa, which featured innovative use cases and improved real-life experience by utilizing 5G-A’s technological innovation.
Gambia Telecommunications Company Ltd (Gamtel), the primary telecommunications operator in Gambia, has entered a strategic partnership with technology giant Huawei. This collaboration aims to modernize and expand the core network backbone of the state-owned company.
In a groundbreaking announcement at the 5G Industry Summit during the Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2023, Huawei unveiled that RedCap, the revolutionary 5G technology, is officially embarking on its global commercialization journey with a connection forecast of 100 million connections in 3 years.
Egypt’s Ministry of Education officially launched the National Distance Learning Centre for the Continuous Professional Development of Educators. The learning center was developed as part of the UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All project, which is running in Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia from 2020 to 2023.
As Huawei kicked off the 14th Global Mobile Broadband Forum in Dubai, UAE, Li Peng, Huawei's Corporate Senior Vice President and President of the company's Carrier BG, delivered a keynote. In his speech, Li called on global carriers and industry partners to rise to the occasion, address increasing demands on networks, and make the most of the future trends.
Telecom Review participated in a media roundtable organized on the sidelines of the Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2023, where Cao Ming, President of Huawei Wireless Solution, elaborated on Huawei's cutting-edge advancements.
In a groundbreaking collaboration, Huawei has joined forces with CipherWave Business Solutions to revolutionize cloud services, setting a new standard for scalability and security. Casper van der Walt, CTO of CipherWave, praised Huawei's consistent service, scalability, and high-quality products, highlighting their competitive pricing as a key factor in the partnership's success.