At the recent Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2021, Huawei was awarded the ‘Best Mobile Network Infrastructure’, ‘Best Innovation for COVID-19 Pandemic Response & Recovery’, and ‘Best Mobile Innovation for Emerging Markets’ awards by the Global Mobile Awards (GLOMO). A prestigious accolade of the connectivity industry, the GLOMO Award recognises the importance and commitment of key communication players around the world and places the highest merit across the entire digital industry.
Huawei, the leading global provider of ICT and mobile technology has proven its commitment to accelerate the world into a digitalised world with its smart and innovative communication technologies. Through its latest innovations, Huawei opens the gateway for the world to stay closer together and introducing ground-breaking technologies for a better-connected future.
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The awards presented to Huawei’s innovative solutions were:
Best Mobile Network Infrastructure
Huawei’s groundbreaking solution BladeAAU is a consumer-driven innovation that enables all sub-6 GHz bands to be deployed within the most compact dimensions, easing the difficulties of network deployment. In 2020, the BladeAAU Pro was introduced as the first solution in the industry which supports 64 channels with integrated active and passive modules, while further reducing its dimensions and adding extra flexibility for adapting to various scenarios.
Best Innovation for COVID-19 Pandemic Response & Recovery
The telemedicine solution for COVID-19 developed by the China-Japan Friendship Hospital based on Huawei’s 5G network solutions was an innovation using mobile technologies to help with the response and recovery from health crisis caused by COVID-19. In response to the pandemic, 5G smart healthcare demonstrated its capacity to contain the virus and bringing countries back to the norm..
Best Mobile Innovation for Emerging Markets
Huawei launched the industry’s first integrated access and backhaul solution – RuralStar Pro – achieving the highest integration (RF/baseband/backhaul integration) and effectively replacing the traditional costly transmission modes of optical fiber, microwave and satellite while achieving pure green energy. With over 20,000 RuralStar base stations deployed, Huawei is bridging the digital divide for rural areas.