Huawei has launched two new solutions designed to accelerate the development of 5G, helping operators to build-out “high performing and cost effective networks.”
The first solution – known as MAGICSwave – is designed to accommodate “common microwave scenarios,” such as urban large capacity and suburban ultra-long-reach transmission.
According to the company, it “uses cross-generational innovations to help operators build simplified target networks that are better oriented to long-term 5G evolution, as they optimise total cost of ownership and smooth transport network evolution.”
The second product is the company’s ‘Eco series’ antennas. These are intended to reduce site power consumption, while at the same time improving network energy efficiency.
Discussing the rationale behind the product, a spokesperson said: “Higher network energy efficiency is the new norm and is critical to both operator revenue and sustainable development of the communications industry.
“Antennas play a pivotal role in wireless networks as the medium of RF energy transmission to mobile devices. Therefore, the better the energy efficiency of the antenna, the better the efficiency across the whole network.”
Discussing the MAGICSwave in particular, president of Huawei's microwave product line, Perry Yang, said: "As 5G deployment continues to accelerate, the resulting traffic demand-growth requires operators to upgrade their transport networks.
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