5G comes to show previews of the technology

Two robots turn alone. Honor guests by shaking your head. If you point with your hand, you can easily understand. If you want to take a selfie, you’re posing for nothing. Another robot moves among the guests providing various information. Another robot is in charge of carrying light gifts. The guests can take the gifts from him if they wish. The robots do these activities using the latest 5G technology in the world. Not only the robots, but the control of the future world until 2030 will be in the hands of these five Gs. To give a glimpse of how 5-G can change the world, Huawei, known as the hub of world technology, organized the 13th World Mobile Broadband Forum at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.

The organization organizes it every year in different countries of the world. 6 Bangladeshi journalists working with technology were taken to Thailand to show them this event. Huawei technical experts toured the several hundred square meter hall and showcased all the latest technology. These technologies will drive the world forward in the future. Huawei’s 13th Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) kicked off yesterday in Bangkok with a keynote address from Huawei’s Rotating Chairman, Ken Hu. Huawei organized the Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2022 together with industry partners such as GSMA and GTI. The annual forum brings together mobile network operators, industry leaders and ecosystem participants to discuss the commercial success of 5G and critical issues such as green development, intelligence and the evolution of 5G.

At the start of the keynote, Ken Hu said 5G is advancing faster than any previous generation of mobile technology. We can see significant advances in network development, customer service and industry usage in just three years. Ken Hu added, “We should all be proud of this 5G progress. But we need to do more to ensure its maximum use. To take full advantage of the 5-G network, we need to work together and expand the reach of services such as cloud and system integration. Together, we can accelerate the development of 5G networks, applications and the industry as a whole. Organizers said that by October this year, more than 230 carriers globally had launched 5G services commercially.

In total, more than 3 million 5G base stations have been deployed in this sector for more than 700 million subscribers. In the telecommunications sector, most of the operator’s main revenues come from customer service. Universal experiences through the proliferation of 5G everywhere are playing a role in changing consumer behavior, as well as increasing high-definition video traffic. New mobile apps, which take advantage of the improved speed and reduced latency of 5G technology, have doubled average user data consumption (DOU), increasing average revenue per user (ARPU) by 20-40% of revenue from the operator coming from the connectivity. normal growth. At the same time, the use of 5G by 5G in business-to-business (B2B) commerce plays an important role in the growth of operator revenues, which has enabled unprecedented growth in the sectors of oil, gas, manufacturing and communications. These applications are not only innovative, they are also instrumental in creating added business value for carriers. For example, in 2021, Chinese operators generated 3.4 billion Chinese yuan (about US$500 million) in new revenue from more than 3,000 5G projects. Most importantly, these projects have grown 10 times more than the data and related ICT services sector.

5G usage at Bitubi is considered the fastest-growing revenue segment for the carrier. 5G is enabling new services, applications and business models, which are seen as the way to increase opportunities in this sector. Huawei Rotating Chairman Ken Hu said, “We need to do several things to take advantage of this opportunity. Build the network to improve the user experience In addition to increasing coverage, the network should be built in a way that ensures maximum service experience for a variety of users. For example, Chinese carriers have optimized networks for TikTok and other popular video services by reducing first input lag by 50% and frame freezes by 90%. The excellent video experience attracted new users to 5G services while doubling video viewing rates.

Journey to 5.5-G Development: Huawei is working with carriers and industry partners to take 5-G services to unprecedented heights. As an evolution of 5G technology, Huawei has come up with four features of 5.5G. It’s a 10 Gbps downlink, 1 Gbps uplink, support for 100 billion connections, and native intelligence. Ken Hu said all industry stakeholders need to work together to set standards, prepare the wave and build the ecosystem. Service innovation to ensure full utilization of 5G Thanks to high bandwidth and low latency, it will be possible to create new service sectors for consumers and merchants by combining 5G with cloud and AI (Artificial intelligence). Operators will be able to offer innovative experiences such as extended reality (XR), cloud gaming, enhanced customer service for individual customers, and digital transformation solutions to ensure a holistic business.

These factors will accelerate the creation of new revenue areas, career opportunities beyond connectivity, and the advancement of cloud services and systems integration. The next step in global economic development is the digitization of industry. As a key driver of digital transformation, 5G will open new horizons of possibilities. But to achieve most of these things, everyone has to work together. Ken Hu said, “If we work together, we can accelerate the development of the 5G network, applications and the whole industry.”

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