At the MWC Shanghai 2023, Huawei made the announcement regarding the current state of 5G users. In a report, the Chinese tech giant revealed that there are 1.2 billion 5G users globally. The figure reflects the global shift of the states to the latest cellular standard.
The firm said that mobile network operators (MNOs) who have upgraded their system to fifth-generation mobile technology are already reaping the first wave of benefits. In its report, Huawei said that thanks to 5G, telcos are able to offer their customers advanced services and experiences.
The increasing number comes due to the requirements of new applications and services which require high-speed data rates. Emerging technologies such as AR/VR, manufacturing, telehealth, and AI all are leveraging high-speed/low latency from the latest network.
At the same time, the RedCap ecosystem is growing and so is the IoT and IoV (Internet of Vehicles) market. These also require uncompromised data speeds that only 5G is capable of at the moment.
The growth of 5G smartphones and growing industrial applications are likely to inflate the number of 5G use cases in years to come.
Huawei report for 5G in 2023 | 1.2 billion users, 100 billion connections
In its report, Huawei added that 5G connections will soon hit 100 billion connections. The new 5G services and use-case scenarios will drive industry upgrades which will enable 5G’s “second wave of benefits”.
Further emphasizing, the leading telco vendor said that commercial 5G hit the market in 2019 and now over 17,000 private networks are in operation. It also said that 5G revenues and industrial connections have tripled.
5GtoB is also becoming a thing these days. And while many such services were piloted in China, they have expanded to other parts globally. It’s now commercially growing in Asia Pacific (APAC), Europe, Mid East, and Africa.
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They are helping customers to drive down costs while improving efficiency and enabling digital transformation. Mines, ports, oil fields, etc. are harboring the benefits of the 5GtoB.
As the successor to the current-generation 4G, 5G is expected to bring up to 1 Gbps download speed at minimal latency. It’s predicted that by 2028, 5G subscriptions will reach 5 billion.
Huawei and China Mobile launch “0 bit, 0 watt” at MWC Shanghai 2023
At the same event, Huawei and China Mobile Zhejiang jointly launched all-new “0 bit, 0 watt” energy-saving solutions for equipment and networks. The upgrades allow gears to hibernate and wake up when needed.
Both have been collaborating on developing energy-saving innovations for wireless communication networks. They aim at achieving zero equipment and network energy usage with no traffic reflecting their commitment to green and sustainable development.
Huawei is also holding dialogue with global industry professionals, and opinion leaders on speeding up 5G, and moving towards the 5.5G era. It is expected to stir new business value in connecting people, IoT, IoV, and leading digital transformation like never before.
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