Huawei inaugurated its participation in MWC Barcelona with the “Green Forum” focused on how the ICT industry and digital technologies are contributing to sustainable development in the world, through case studies on green telecom network strategies and key challenges operators face when trying to achieve carbon neutrality.

Read more: Huawei roots for ‘Green ICT for a Green World’ at the MWC21

umlaut, a global, cross-industry full-service company providing technology and organizational consulting and implementation services to customers around the world, is installing its first 5G campus network at its headquarters location in Aachen, Germany. The announcement was made at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

Read more: umlaut drives innovation with 5G open RAN campus network launch at MWC21

Nokia announced the global launch of its latest range of industry-leading AirScale 5G products covering baseband, remote radio heads, and massive MIMO active antennas with digital beamforming. The innovative solutions are powered by the latest generation of Nokia’s ReefShark System-on-Chip (SoC) chipsets and deliver the highest capacity and network performance while enabling efficient deployments and operation. The rollout of the new products is already underway.

Read more: Nokia launches new generation of ReefShark-powered AirScale 5G products

At the 2021 Mobile World Congress (MWC 2021) in Barcelona, Huawei launched a series of 5G products and solutions oriented to "1+N" 5G target networks. Supercharged by industry-leading innovation, these products and solutions will help promote multi-antenna technology to all bands and all scenarios to build leading 5G networks.

Read more: Huawei announces new 5G series products at MWC 2021

To simplify network operations and maintenance given the increasing adoption of 5G use cases, Nokia has come up with a new suite of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML)-driven support services designed to address the complexity of 5G networks. Using the digital services, engineers can maintain networks from anywhere and service providers can focus on superior end user experience.

Read more: Nokia’s new AI-powered services designed to simplify network operations

ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise, and consumer technology solutions for the mobile internet, today has revealed its next-generation 5G Indoor CPE MC8020, and shared its plans for the next under-display camera smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2021. Also, ZTE’s much-awaited devices can be seen at Mobile World Congress from 28 June through 1 July 2021 at 3F30, Hall 3, FIRA GRAN VIA.

Read more: ZTE reveals innovative 5G devices at MWC 2021

Considering the changing internet traffic trends of today’s consumers, remote workers and businesses, the IP networks that carry this broadband traffic need to scale to keep up. With this in mind, Vodafone Turkey and Nokia successfully completed a trial of linking Asia and Europe with the first intercontinental 1T (terabit) clear-channel IP interface. The network capacity milestone is part of an ongoing modernization effort to future-proof Vodafone Turkey’s IP architecture.

Read more: Nokia, Vodafone Turkey complete trial of first intercontinental terabit IP link

Recognizing the potential benefits of 5G technology coupled with immersive technologies such as augmented reality (AR), Bob Cai,  Huawei Carrier BG CMO delivered a keynote speech titled 5G + AR, Turning Dreams into Reality at Huawei's Better World Summit for 5G + AR in Shenzhen, China

Read more: Huawei releases white paper on AR, shares insights on 5G + AR use cases

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