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Innovative breakthroughs in fundamental technology key to sustainable development of global technology enterprises: Huawei
TT Correspondent |  |  08 Jun 2013

Chinese tech giant Huawei has said that innovative breakthroughs in fundamental technology is key to the sustainable development of global technology enterprises

Speaking at the 2013 Fortune Global Forum in Chengdu, China on Friday  Ping, Rotating CEO and Deputy Chairman of Huawei, said that Huawei’s business started in emerging markets and it is our commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship that has allowed us to take our success globally.

“In our experience, we have learnt that the fundamental technology,  including complex mathematics and algorithms  is the most important component of a global technology enterprise’s long-term sustainable development and yet, it is often overlooked”, he said.
He said that through the innovative use of mathematical algorithms, Huawei created the industry’s first SingleRAN technology, which dramatically consolidates and simplifies 2G, 3G and 4G mobile network equipment by enabling telecommunications operators to upgrade to next- generation technology with minimal hardware changes.  In many ways, the innovation behind SingleRAN technology led to Huawei’s emergence  as one of the leading wireless infrastructure providers globally.

As part of the discussion on the topic of “Lessons from the Original ‘Mobile First’ World”, Guo responded: “When we think about ‘mobile first’, the idea that immediately comes to mind is the current trend of innovative devices, smart handsets and powerful applications that are changing people’s lifestyles and bridging the digital divide.   But, for instance, if you think of devices as “water faucets” then equally important are the “pipes” or communications infrastructure that carries information and delivers it to the water faucets.”

The mobile ecosystem consists of devices, networks and applications. While Guo acknowledged that the consumer mainly sees the application of “mobile only” or “mobile first” in their daily lives, he highlighted that over 70 percent of data is actually transmitted through Wi-Fi technology, a type of fixed network and not through wireless mobile networks. Huawei expects this trend to continue in the future and that as a result, mobile and fixed networks will continue to play complementary roles in the ICT ecosystem.  

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