With boosted speeds and lower latencies, global mobile networks are set to utilize 5G wireless technology to integrate real-time interaction between users and the virtual world.
In the past five years, from more than 500 aspirants from the Philippines, 50 deserving students from the Philippines took the journey to China and joined the student program.
In his keynote speech last Wednesday, September 23, Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping admitted that the company is currently under significant pressure and that they are still assessing the specific impacts of their “difficult situation”.
Huawei for the first time reached the number 1 position with 55.8-million smartphones shipped in Q2 as it achieved its highest-ever share (20.0%) of the global smartphone market.
With advantages in transmission speed, reliability and low latency, 5G technology is considered essential for enhancing connected vehicles’ self-driving and entertainment capabilities.
Amid the global coronavirus contagion, Chinese tech giant Huawei recently highlighted the capabilities and advantages of its cloud offerings for the education and health sectors.
Be prepared, however, not to see the Google Play Store icon on the screens of the smartphones.
Huawei’s AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 series products aim to dominate the industry.