Huawei takes part in Dubai broadband summit
Dubai, March 10, 2010
Huawei, a provider of next-generation telecom network solutions, is taking part in a major telecom event in Dubai to discuss the inevitable and growing importance of mobile broadband technology in the region.
The second Broadband Global Summit, an important platform for local operators to position the region for next generation mobile communication technology, opened on March 8 at the One&Only Royal Mirage, and will end tomorrow (March 11).
“Huawei’s mobile broadband solutions address the challenges faced by operators, by simplifying the network structure and breaking down the barriers between different standards and technologies,” said Ihab Ghattas, assistant president for Huawei Middle East, at the conference.
“Boosting spectrum efficiency, simplifying network architecture and optimizing base station and O&M efficiency are crucial aspects for success in next generation mobile broadband delivery,” he added.
“Mobile broadband is a significant catalyst for future growth and mobilising the telecom industry ecosystem towards the true realities of convergence.”
Huawei estimates that global data traffic on mobile broadband networks will grow 1,000 times over the next decade, from the current 85 million Giga-bytes per month in 2009.
As the number of mobile broadband users continues to climb, subscribers will increasingly look for low tariffs with unlimited, high-speed access and abundant mobile broadband service, while operators will need network capabilities which allow them to accommodate the expansion pressures of mobile broadband network and profitable operation mode. – TradeArabia News Service
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