5G is a goldmine for national productivity. It’s also essential for remaining competitive in global markets as well as accelerating economic recovery. Here’s why.
An overview of how we set up the Huawei 5G Innovation & Experience Centre in London. [Video]
A competitive market is a healthy market that encourages innovation, fast TTM, and more choice. What happens economically when that competitiveness is threatened for global 5G rollout?
No, 5G won’t lead to COVID-19 or any other viruses.
What you need to know about Huawei’s cybersecurity practices & the upcoming 5G security webinar on April 7, 2020.
What’s next for 5G? At Huawei’s recent 5G, Gear Up product launch in London, we answered that question with some industry-leading tech, roundtables, and forums.
Designed to recognize the mobile industry’s leading innovators, GSMA’s Global Mobile (GLOMO) 2020 awards concluded at the end of February, with GSMA ranking Huawei best-in-class in five categories. Explore the tech that made this happen. [Video]
The world has been left reeling by the latest strain of coronavirus – COVID-19. Here’s how ICT is helping to minimize the impact on life & work.
5G isn’t just about speed and low latency – it’s about what these capabilities will enable. One of the most important outcomes will be a cleaner, less wasteful planet – but only if we work together
5G sites & data centers need huge amounts of power, which in turn requires innovations in lithium batteries.