Huawei held eco-Connect Europe 2019 in Paris, France, today under the theme of "Enable a DigitALL Connected Future." The conference focused on the mutually beneficial cooperation between Europe and Huawei in the era of intelligence and attracted more than 500 partners and 4,200 participants.
At the Technology & Services World Conference, Huawei Enterprise received the prestigious Rated Outstanding Assisted Support EMEA certification from TSIA. According to the TSIA, The Rated Outstanding Assisted Support EMEA certification, shows that Huawei meets the highest industry standards for Customer Support for their EMEA Enterprise operations.
Chip manufacturer ARM is to resume its supply of chips to Huawei after cutting them off in May thanks to the US-China trade war. ARM has concluded an investigation by its legal team which found its designs are of UK origin, and so supplying the Chinese tech manufacturer with them would not breach the embargo placed on Huawei by the US.
A fast rollout of 5G technology could reduce global carbon emissions by half a billion tonnes, according to new research.A report published this week by Huawei and consulting firm STL Partners demonstrates the benefits to the environment of 5G, through reduced energy use in the core and mobile access networks.
Huawei has launched a new generation of 5G mobile antennae, anticipating an acceleration in the pace of network upgrades led by the three operators in the Chinese home market. Huawei has pioneered the development of Massive MIMO - or multiple input and multiple output - antennae that feature arrays of transmitters and receivers to run fifth-generation mobile services.
The Indian government has allowed Huawei to participate in the 5G use case demos during the India Mobile Congress (IMC) that begins next week (October 14 and October 16).
Huawei has unveiled an industry-first fully containerised 5G core network at the 5G Core Summit in Madrid. The network aims to apply container technology to all network functions (NFs) to make network deployment more agile and provide more rapid service rollout, which helps carriers empower new businesses and operations across industries and digitally transform them.
Samsung today introduced the industry’s first 0.7-micrometer (μm)-pixel image sensor, the 43.7-megapixel (Mp) Samsung ISOCELL Slim GH1. Thanks to advanced ISOELL Plus technology, the new ultra-high-resolution GH1 image sensor embraces 43.7-million 0.7μm-sized pixels in a super-small package, providing the optimum solution for slim full-display devices.
Samsung has announced the mass production of the industry’s first 12Gb LPDDR5 mobile DRAM, maximising the potential of 5G and AI features in future flagship smartphones.