June 27, 2018, marks the opening day of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) Shanghai 2018 [June 27-29], where Huawei is appearing full force with a host of exhibitions, demonstrations, keynotes, and executive meetings, and holding a wide range of discussions with operators, partners, and KOLs. This year’s MWC Shanghai will feature a heavy focus on 5G, alongside other key enabling technologies like AI, IoT, and video. Huawei is committed to tapping the potential of connectivity to bring digital to every person, home and organization. Its aim is to improve the user experience, drive business growth, and accelerate digital transformation for a fully connected, intelligent world.
Under the theme of ROADS to a Better Future, Huawei is displaying its products and solutions by scenario, with a special focus on the needs of Asia-Pacific markets and customers. The company is also using this opportunity to engage more broadly with the digital ecosystem in Asia Pacific, helping customers solve their real problems.
As standards of living continue to rise in the region, user experience has become the decisive factor when choosing between different service providers. To reflect this trend, Huawei’s main booth focuses on user experience, presenting solutions that help operators manage user experience along every touch point in the customer journey, so that they can deliver a better connected experience to people, homes, and organizations.
Huawei is also helping operators evolve towards All-Cloud networks, connect more people and things, and build out their network infrastructure, to drive the digital transformation of industries. The company is working closely with operators across the region to maximize their network value and drive new business growth with next-generation services for video and IoT applications.
At the event, 14 Huawei executives and technology experts shared insight into a range of technology and socioeconomic topics like the connected world, spectrum policy, 5G, IoT, AI, broadband, inclusive finance, digital divide, and marketing excellence. They delivered keynote speeches, participated in roundtables, and shared ideas with industry KOLs about industry development, business practices, and corporate responsibilities in the digital era.Huawei is also showcasing its new end-to-end SingleRAN Pro solution. This solution supports not just 5G, but also the existing 2G/3G/4G, with a single, all-in-one hardware platform, agile architecture, and network automation. A single network enables operators to develop multiple services, while improving O&M as well as resource and energy efficiency. Through the solution, operators can build efficient, agile, and automated mobile networks in the 5G era.