Author: Huawei Hub Editor

Seeds For The Future
Q&A #3

    Q:How did you enjoy your trip to China? Monique: I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, it exceeded my expectations and I would recommend anyone interested in the trip to apply.   Q:What was the best moment of the trip for you? Monique: Climbing the Great Wall of China was an incredible, awe inspiring experience that I will […]

Seeds For The Future
Q&A #1

  Q: How did you enjoy your trip to China? Adam: This trip to China provided an amazing experience allowing a platform to explore the culture and rich history of China. Additionally, this trip allowed some insight into the global ICT community and provided training and education in the practical use and integration of a […]

Seeds For The Future
Q&A #2

  Q: How did you enjoy your trip to China? Kyle: It was a life-changing experience that I will forever carry with me and it enlightened me to not only the cultural aspect of the world but also the technological. For me, witnessing the future of technology being developed right in front of me is […]

UK government report outlines Core/RAN split on 5G

The UK National Cyber Security Centre Technical Director Dr Ian Levy explains in this Blog how the UK will secure its future 5G network and makes the key point that there will continue to be a split  between the Core and Radio Access Networks in 5G.

UK 5G decision shows way forward to world class 5G

Huawei Australia’s Jeremy Mitchell spoke to Sky News Australia to explain how the UK government decision to allow Huawei to deliver our 5G technology to UK operators will allow British consumers to get access to Gigabit 5G at affordable prices – putting them streets ahead of Australians struggling on expensive low-speed broadband.

UK’s Huawei green light sets path for world class 5G

[Sydney, 29th January 2020] Huawei Australia warmly welcomes the decision by United Kingdom government, led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, to allow Huawei to continue supplying its world leading 5G technology to UK mobile network operators. This decision means that – in line with the publicly expressed wishes of Prime Minister Johnson -the British people […]