March News Roundup


    Apr 22, 2024

    The News Roundup series brings you Huawei’s main monthly news in brief. So, what made the headlines in March?

    Click the link for previous news roundups and visit The Newsroom for the following stories (and more) in full.

    March 28: stc and Huawei Complete MENA's First Long-Haul 800G Live Network Trial

    stc Group and Huawei completed the MENA region's first-ever long-haul 800G/channel trial in a live optical network.

    Connecting more than 1,000 kilometers from Riyadh to Makkah, the state-of-the-art processing and transporting capacity proves the 800G solution is ready for scale deployment across Saudi Arabia, driving the Kingdom and the MENA region's digital transformation.

    stc Group networks can now transport more data throughput for every wavelength deployed and extend across longer distances without generation, reducing power and transport costs, and supporting efficiency standards across stc Group's infrastructure.

    Learn more about Huawei's optical network solutions

    March 25:
    Huawei Cloud and Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau Announce Regional AI Model

    Huawei Cloud and the Meteorological Bureau of Shenzhen Municipality jointly announced that their regional AI weather forecasting model has officially been put into use.

    The regional model is one of the first of its kind. It enables the rapid generation of five-day forecasts for a precise 3 km range. The announcement was made at an event on 23 March in Shenzhen marking World Meteorological Day 2024.

    The model can generate 5-day forecasts for Shenzhen and its neighboring regions with a spatial resolution of 3 km. The 3km range is much narrower than typical global models which work with a spatial perimeter of 25km. The forecasts cover a wide range of meteorological elements, including temperature, precipitation, and wind speed.

    Learn more about Huawei's Pangu weather forecasting model

    March 14:
    Huawei Certified as a Top Employer in Europe for Fifth Consecutive Year

    Huawei was recognized as a "Top Employer" in Europe for 2024. This marks the fifth consecutive year the company has made the list compiled by Top Employers Institute, a leader in human resources management certifications.

    Top Employers Institute has certified more than 2,300 organizations in 121 countries/regions that taken together, employ over 12 million people worldwide.

    Being named a Top Employer by the institute list is a recognition of Huawei's commitment to talent across Europe and globally. The company has continued to strengthen its talent development, recruitment and management practices in 2024.

    March 05: Huawei 5G Core Named "Leader" for the Sixth Consecutive Year by GlobalData

    In its latest edition of
    5G Mobile Core: Competitive Landscape Assessment Report, GlobalData rated Huawei 5G Core as a "Leader" in the 5G mobile core network field for the sixth consecutive year.

    The authoritative consulting firm also awarded Huawei’s Core full scores in all dimensions for the first time. Since the inception of this report in 2018, Huawei is the only vendor to ever get perfect scores in all dimensions.

    By leveraging Cloud Native architecture, Huawei 5G Core converges full-range services across the 2G to 5G spectrum, marking an industry first. The solution also stands out with an innovative disaster recovery (DR) architecture for high reliability. And on top of this, Huawei provides professional integration and O&M services with extensive experience. All of the above capabilities have made Huawei 5G Core a market leader in terms of the in-depth and broad commercial use.

    Learn more about Huawei 5G Core.

    March 05: Huawei and vivo Sign Global Patent Cross-Licensing Agreement

    Huawei and vivo announced that they have signed a global patent cross-licensing agreement that covers cellular Standard Essential Patents, including those for 5G.

    March 05: Amazon and Huawei Sign Global Patent Agreement

    Amazon and Huawei have entered into a multi-year patent cross-license agreement.
    Learn more about Huawei's innovation and IPR.

    Disclaimer: Any views and/or opinions expressed in this post by individual authors or contributors are their personal views and/or opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views and/or opinions of Huawei Technologies.


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