Huawei releases white papers for businesses’ actions before 2025

According to Wang, 5.5G is a key milestone on the path to an intelligent world

by FAREZZA HANUM RASHID / Pic courtesy of Huawei

HUAWEI has released a series of white papers titled “Striding Towards the Intelligent World” as a guide for ICT players to explore opportunities and challenges.

The white papers also specify actions that Huawei recommends the industry should take before 2025.

Huawei board ED and ICT Infrastructure Managing Board chairman David Wang said industry players must come together to promote the allocation of more spectrum to accelerate industry development and continue exploring new 5.5G use cases with greater commercial value.

“They must also define the technical paths forward and standards for F5.5G, quickly reach a consensus on evolution towards Net5.5G, as well as define a profile for L4/L5 autonomous networks and promote unified standards.

“Industry players should also build an open and diversified computing industry for shared success and redefine the computing architecture, define a storage architecture that meets diversified data processing requirements, build a cloud foundation for the intelligent world and cultivate a stronger cloud service industry ecosystem,” he said during the Striding Towards the Intelligent World Summit at Huawei Connect 2022 in Bangkok, Thailand on Wednesday.

Finally, he suggested for the industry to adopt a unified Network Carbon Energy Intensity system to save energy and reduce emissions with innovative technologies and solutions.

At the summit, Wang also stressed that 5.5G is a key milestone on the path to an intelligent world. 

He said by working together to further define and refine the industry vision and 5.5G standards, it will move ever faster towards the 5.5G era and the intelligent world.

“In the future, individuals, households and industries will have higher requirements for digital infrastructure.

“For individuals, immersive services like XR and holographic communication are maturing and connectivity experience is set to increase from one gigabit (GB) to 10GBs, therefore requirements for latency and ubiquitous connectivity will also increase,” he said.

Meanwhile, for industries whose digital transformation is speeding up, industrial-grade applications such as smart manufacturing and power grid dispatching are raising diversified requirements for connections, quality and sensing, while also triggering explosive growth in demand for computing power and storage.

Wang also highlighted Huawei’s belief that it will need the support of customers, ecosystem partners, industry organisations and academic institutions to continue evolving and reinforcing digital infrastructure, thereby accelerating the advent of the 5.5G era and intelligent world.