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Kagan: Huawei discusses 10 wireless industry trends for next decade

During the 12th Global Mobile Broadband Forum in Dubai, David Wang delivered a keynote address called, Roads to Mobile 2030: 10 Wireless Industry Trends. Wang is Huawei Executive Director of the Board, and Chairman of ICT Infrastructure Managing Board. Huawei has identified 10 trends to...

Huawei urges industry to adopt energy-efficient networks as 5G expands

The telecommunications industry needs to accelerate adoption of more energy-efficient network technologies as 5G networks expand globally, Ryan Ding, Huawei's executive director and president of its Carrier Business Group, said in a keynote speech at the 2021 Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) in Dubai...

Huawei’s boss urges industry to deliver more 5G use cases for enterprises

Huawei rotating chairman Ken Hu urged the telecommunications industry to increase efforts to deliver relevant 5G use cases for enterprises and continue to enhance telecoms networks with the main aim of meeting the high-performance requirements of new technologies such as augmented reality (AR) and...

Filing window for rip-and-replace reimbursement will open Oct. 29

The program reimburses carriers with fewer than 10 million customers for removing Huawei and ZTE gear from their networks The Federal Communications Commission will start accepting applications on October 29 for reimbursement for Huawei and ZTE network gear, as part of its $1.9 billion rip-and-replace...

China accounts for over 40% of 6G patents: report

China is responsible for 40.3% of global 6G patent filings, followed by the U.S. with 35.2%. Japan with 9.9%, Europe with 8.9% and South Korea with 4.2%, according to a report by Nikkei. Nikkei worked with Tokyo-based research firm Cyber Creative Institute to survey nearly...

Viaero Wireless selects Ericsson for 5G upgrade

U.S. regional telecommunications company Viaero Wireless has selected Swedish vendor Ericsson to replace and upgrade its existing LTE equipment to end-to-end 5G-ready products and solutions. Under the terms of the agreement, Ericsson will replace existing core, radio access network (RAN), microwave and router equipment across...

Huawei CTO on Open RAN interoperability: ‘This thing is going to take years’

Opex is operator’s primary problem, Huawei exec said; RAN is around 12% of per-site capex Of the big three global infrastructure providers, Huawei has been the least active in formal development of Open RAN-related technical specifications and delivery of compliant products. The reason, according to...

Huawei aims to launch first 6G products around 2030: Report

Chinese vendor giant Huawei Technologies expects to launch 6G products around 2030, Chinese newspaper Global Times reported, citing the company's rotating chairman Eric Xu Zhiju. According to a recent article written by Xu, not-yet-standardized 6G has a more complicated technology environment than 5G, with impact...

Modest SEP royalties on smartphones have declined and licensing is stabilizing (Analyst Angle)

Aggregate royalty payments for licensing cellular technology standard-essential patents (SEPs) in smartphones have remained in modest single-digit percentages and have declined since 2013.  This defies purported concerns that the stacking of patent royalties paid to multiple licensors have led to or would lead to unreasonably...

ZTE’s operating revenues increase 12.4% year-on-year in H1

Chinese vendor ZTE reported operating revenue of CNY53.07 billion ($8.19 billion) in the first half of the year, an increase of 12.4% compared to the same period the previous year, the company said in its earnings release. During the period, net profit attributable to holders...

Brazil gives final approval to 5G tender process

Brazil’s Federal Audit Court (TCU) has officially approved the tender process through which the government will auction frequencies for 5G, the minister of communications, Fábio Faria, said on Twitter on Wednesday. "The public notice goes to Anatel to be published," Faria added in the...

Nokia notches a rip-and-replace win with Union Wireless

Smaller U.S. operators like Union Wireless are in the process of removing Huawei equipment from their networks After several years of discussion at the federal level, including the slow machinations of making funding available, rural and regional U.S. operators are starting the process of removing...

Mavenir sees rural Open RAN opportunity as rip-and-replace ramps

Triangle Communications opts for Mavenir Open RAN kit to replace Huawei gear The U.S. Federal Communications Commission, in its effort to get Huawei, ZTE and other "untrusted" equipment out of domestic networks, will begin reimbursing rural and regional network operators for rip-and-replace costs in October....

Kagan: What is next for Huawei after 29% revenue decline?

Huawei Technologies reported a 29% revenue drop during the first half of 2021. With all the turbulence, this was not totally unexpected and has occurred for a variety of reasons. However, it all started with the pressure exerted by U.S. regulators on the company.Let’s...

#TBT: Pandemic to delay 5G in Europe?; CBRS PALs auction underway; Huawei tops mobile device shipments … this week in 2020

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Covid-19 expected to...

China Unicom and Huawei launch 1,000 5G ‘Super Uplink’ sites in Beijing

China Unicom first tested Huawei's 5G Super Uplink on its commercial networks in 2020 China Unicom and Huawei announced last week that they have deployed Huawei's 5G Super Uplink at more than 1,000 5G commercial sites in Beijing. The deployment, which was carried out over...

Why Huawei’s GLOMO wins are an important indicator for the global nature of the supply chain (Analyst Angle)

MWC 2021 took place in Barcelona in June 2021, during a difficult period for the whole world as new COVID-19 variants are sweeping the world. Nevertheless, the GSMA and the city of Barcelona must be commended on their organizational skills and that they persevered...

UK government launches competition to boost O-RAN adoption

The U.K. government launched a £30 million ($41.6 million) competition to fund R&D projects with the main aim of accelerating the adoption of Open RAN (O-RAN) in the country. Funded by the U.K. Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the Future RAN Competition (FRANC)...

Kagan: The original mistake Huawei made a decade ago in the USA

Huawei is one of the strongest and most successful wireless companies in the world today. So why is there so much push-back against them in the USA? I can tell you exactly where the problem started. The original mistake was made more than a...

5G and augmented reality becoming a reality (Analyst Angle)

The confluence of 5G and augmented reality has been a cornerstone of digital disruption conversations for quite a while. However, only recently has both 5G and AR/VR been at a level of maturity to truly cooperate and enable new experiences not possible before. Huawei’s...

Indosat Ooredoo launches 5G services in Solo, Indonesia

In addition to the 5G launch, Indosat Ooredoo said that it is establishing a smart information hub Indosat Ooredoo launched its first commercial 5G services in the Indonesian city of Solo. The launch is part of a partnership with the Surakarta (“Solo”) Municipality and...

Telefonica selects Ericsson, Nokia for its 5G SA radio network: Report

Spanish operator Telefonica awarded contracts to roll out its 5G Standalone (SA) radio networks to Nordic vendors Ericsson and Nokia, local business newspaper Expansion reported. According to the report Chinese vendor Huawei, was excluded from 5G SA contracts. The newspaper reported that the decision to award...

Huawei: Moving forward with software (Analyst Angle)

The transcript of a recent internal presentation by Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei attracted much attention in the press and was interpreted as a strategy to counter restrictions to access the US and other markets, and to impose Chinese global dominance in telecommunications as a...

Editorial Report: Beyond eMBB: 5G for enterprise digital transformation

In its current form 5G is focused on delivering an enhanced mobile broadband experience to consumers. But, in terms of creating new revenue opportunities, operators are looking to enterprise digital transformation to deliver 5G use cases that draw on the full feature set of...

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