The showcase of MirrorSys that integrates video and environment
Huawei is advancing the information and communications industry (ICT) with its new "ROADS" vision that will foster an open industry ecosystem.
Enabling agile innovations, this vision encompasses five fundamental characteristics - Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social.
Huawei has also announced a telecom network architecture SoftCOM to help operators achieve successful business transformation.
The company made these announcements at the Mobile World Congress where it will share its insights, strategies and solutions for the mobile broadband (MBB) industry.
"The telecom industry needs rapidly move towards an open digital ecosystem. Huawei is committed to collaborating with customers and industry partners to build an enhanced, fully connected world," said Ryan Ding, executive director of the Board and president of Products & Solutions, Huawei.
Future of communication
At MWC, Huawei has introduced a new concept called "full field communication" revealing a prototype called MirrorSys.
MirrorSys transmits all of the captured light, sound, and atmosphere to a user in what Huawei refers to as 'full field communication'.
"Full field communication transports all of the information from one environment to another over the network, creating a true digital reflection with all of the sights, sounds, and feelings of the people in it," said director of Huawei's Media Technologies Lab, Dr. James "Bo" Begole. "Tomorrow's immersive communications will provide a feeling of reality as if you were right there, fully present in the remote reality."
Huawei has also unveiled its FusionServer X6800 high-density data center server and FusionServer RH8100 service-critical server. These two servers support data center consolidation and optimization among telecoms carriers.
Moreover, it signed an agreement with NTT DOCOMO, INC., a Japanese mobile service provider, to commence field trials of 5G Radio Access Technologies (RAT) associated with new air-interface technologies.
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