Huawei Unveils 5.5G Core for New Platforms, Services, and Connectivity

Huawei Unveils 5.5G Core

Huawei Global Analyst Summit, Huawei Unveils 5.5G Core, which includes new platforms, services, and connectivity, in a presentation titled “Leverage Connectivity Value, Enable Full Services.” Huawei urged industry partners to advance 5.5G standards and technology. Together, we may prosper with digital and move towards the intelligent world.

The keynote speaker was Huawei Cloud Core Network Product Line President George Gao. As 5G research accelerates, its economic significance is becoming clearer, he said. New services increase network demands. Huawei proposes 5.5G Core to maximise 5G’s value with new network platforms, services, and connectivity.

Huawei New Platforms

Telco Cloud is a vital mobile communications infrastructure. Containers will replace this infrastructure in a few years. In the 5.5G era, Huawei recommends a carrier-class, fully convergent telco cloud architecture that can handle VMs and containers together. This deterministic design can handle container-oriented evolution’s unpredictability. The new telco cloud platform supports 5.5G Core services with integrated resources, administration, and deployment.

Huawei New Services

Services for people, houses, and businesses need 5.5G Core. Individual users get IMS Data Channel and NG-RTC. Operators may add entertaining calling and real-time translation to turn voice-plus-video calls into intelligent interactions. For households, ubiquitous connectivity capabilities allow additional audio and video applications, expanding the video experience from single-screen to multi-screen and social interactions, giving viewers a new level of enjoyment.

MEC to X supports all service situations across all sectors for organisations. The ultra-distributed, fully linked edge network design lets users access private networks anytime, anyplace.

Huawei New Connection

Networks underpin digitalization. XR is expanding consumer connectedness. Intelligent scheduling, identification, and capability exposure have been standardised to promote XR adoption.

Lightweight architectures and protocols reduce device complexity and power consumption for IoT. This helps mobile networks support more IoT services. In the Internet of Vehicles, the network is made smarter to promote network-vehicle communication.

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By Yash Sharma

I write as a writer, as someone very familiar with the Internet, as someone who is completely at ease with current technology and the way it is transforming the social fabric of the globe, the business world in particular, and as a former web developer.

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