5G for Europe
Pushing the boundaries
Tomorrow’s digital world will be powered by ultra-fast 5G networks. Applications range from connected cars to intelligent homes and cities. As the research effort reaches the final stages, with 5G roll-outexpected for 2020, a massive upgrade of network infrastructure is required to complete this deep transformation.
5G could support up to 100 billion devices by 2025, requiring networks to provide 1 million connections per square kilometre. Huawei is working with European partners to make this happen.
In 2018, Huawei became the first company to receive TÜV certifications for its 5G products in the EU
We are currently busy testing 5G technologies, launching 5G-ready devices and applications, helping European carriers roll out networks and contributing to the policy debate around spectrum and deployment.
We have invested over $10 million in 5G test beds & trials in Europe
The European Electronic Communications Code is a valuable tool in this context. Fast and effective implementation of the Code by the EU Member States will be essential to delivering on our objectives.
Huawei and partners launch Fixed 5G initiative to speed up digital economy
ETSI, Altice Portugal and China BDA join Huawei to drive 5G uptake by fixed networks
ERNW says source code for Huawei 5G Core Network UDG is "good quality"
The independent IT security service provider reviewed the source code using leading tools and best practices
EUROPE DAY: “A UNITED EUROPE CAN LEAD WORLD OUT OF PANDEMIC” – ABRAHAM LIU
Huawei’s Chief Rep spoke at a conference held to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Europe Day
The future belongs to 5G
We stand at the beginning of a new era
Let's set the record straight
Implementing the EU 5G Security Toolbox
Huawei is an essential part of the process
5G Security Webinars Series
In collaboration with the security association LSEC, the experts of the Huawei Cyber Security Transparency Centre have prepared a series of 4 breakfast webinars to explore 5G security from various angles.
How can we use technology to fight the coronavirus?
Huawei's Abraham Liu took part in a debate with European policymakers