Huawei Unveils World’s First 5G Device Supporting 3GPP Standards

At the Mobile World Congress tech show in Barcelona, Huawei announced the world’s first commercial terminal device supporting the globally recognised 3GPP telecom standard for 5G network. Huawei says the new device marks a milestone as the company sets the stage for the next generation of wireless connectivity. To ensure peak performance from its 5G CPE (customer-premises equipment), Huawei uses its self-developed Balong 5G01 chipset – the world’s first commercial chipset supporting the 3GPP standard for 5G, with theoretical downlink speeds of up to 2.3 Gbps. It supports 5G across all frequency bands including the sub-6GHz and millimeter wave (mmWave) to offer a complete 5G solution suitable for multiple use cases.

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Also, the Balong 5G01 makes Huawei the first company offering an end-to-end 5G solution through its network, devices and chipset-level capabilities.

The Huawei 5G CPE has two models, low frequency (sub 6GHz) 5G CPE and high frequency (mmWave) 5G CPE respectively. The low-frequency 5G CPE is small and lightweight, compatible with 4G and 5G networks, and has proven measured download speeds of up to 2Gbps–20 times that of 100Mbps fiber. The Huawei high-frequency 5G CPE is available in indoor and outdoor units.

5G networks are claimed to set new standards for high speed, wide bandwidth, low latency wireless connections, with a peak downlink rate of 20 Gbps, support for one million devices per square kilometer and latency as low as 0.5ms. It also promises an enhanced connection between people and the Internet of Things, raising the potential for the number of devices that can be connected and the amount and type of data that can be shared between them.

Huawei CBG has developed a 5G device strategy which utilises the high-speed, low-latency, big-connectivity qualities of 5G to create richer, more varied connected experiences for users.

This strategy includes smartphones, mobile Wi-Fi, industrial modules and other devices to connect people and objects in their homes, vehicles and beyond.

Huawei has partnered with over 30 global telecommunication carriers, including Vodafone, Softbank, T-Mobile, BT, Telefonica, China Mobile and China Telecom.

In 2017, Huawei began testing 5G commercial networks with partners. Huawei completed interoperability testing and started offering the first round of 5G commercial networks in 2018.

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Here’s what I know…. Residential fiber to the home broadband will die out soon with 5G and 6G. The reason? With 20Gbps speeds, you can allot speeds to each user say 200 to 500Mbps and give unlimited bandwidth, no caps. But, the people will need a CPE in their homes connecting to the tower, and wifi shared throughout the house, and you can make calls via wifi, surf, chat etc. And the speed won’t slow down at all due to the Massive MIMO usage and multiple fibers connecting to the towers giving over 100 Gbps peak bandwidth usage from the… Read more »

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