Huawei gears up for new network era

Unveils new offerings in LTE, traffic admin; completes MS Lync IOT

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Huawei gears up for new network era Huawei unveiled a range of new offerings for next-gen networking and communications.
By  Stephen McBride Published  November 4, 2012

China-based Huawei today announced a range of new products and project closures, from time-delay duplex LTE technologies to unified communications and traffic bandwidth optimisation.

The company recently showcased its enhanced-performance solutions for LTE TDD. These solutions include Adaptive Beamforming, Adaptive Inter Cell Interference Cancellation (aICIC) and Coordinated Multiple Points (CoMP) technologies, which improve LTE TDD edge user-download speeds by 30% and upload speeds by 10%.

It is predicted that there will be more than 50,000 LTE TDD sites globally by the end of 2012, and that there will be 10 times as many sites in 2014. As LTE TDD continues to rapidly develop worldwide, Huawei argues that "improving end user experience and controlling operation costs will become critical challenges for operators to face".

Aside from TDD's advantage of asymmetrical download and upload speeds for higher speeds, Huawei's CoMP solution is designed to improve cell edge upload speeds by 10% while aICIC is built to assures the best interference control at the cell edges and Adaptive Beamforming dynamically matches the best multi-antenna mode according to user signal strength. aICIC and Adaptive Beamforming respectively improve connectivity for users at cell edges by 30% and 20%.

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