In this video, the interviewee discusses Huawei’s latest offerings in the realm of 5G technology. While the subtitles claim it to be the “best” network solution, filmed at MWC Shanghai 2023 Huawei’s 5G launch has introduced new services to their network, including voice, video, and cloud gaming. Traditionally, the network only offered separate voice and video services, but with 5G, they have combined the two into a unified calling experience. Additionally, the rise of live streaming services has prompted Huawei to enhance their video service. Lastly, the cloud gaming service has evolved from single-user gaming to accommodate the demands of multiple users, necessitating lower latency for an optimal experience.
However, these new services have also brought about certain requirements for the 5G Network. For voice services, the voice quality indicators have shifted from 4.0 to 4.2. This raises concerns about ensuring a seamless voice experience. Live streaming services demand both high download and upload speeds to support HD video streaming. Furthermore, cloud gaming necessitates an end-to-end latency of less than 100 milliseconds due to the substantial data stream involved.
To meet these requirements, Huawei has introduced new standards known as the HD service anytime, anywhere. This standard encompasses throughput, uplink throughput, and end-to-end latency at peak usage hours, enabling a superior user experience throughout the network. Huawei employs three key technologies to support these standards.
The first technology focuses on voice quality optimization. By implementing a five-second sliding optimization, Huawei can identify and address user experience issues. They perform diagnostics to determine whether the problem lies within the network or IMS standpoint, subsequently optimizing the service accordingly.
The second technology is grade-level video optimization. Through the use of AI and network data correlation, Huawei evaluates the user experience at different video quality levels. This analysis helps troubleshoot coverage-related issues and aids in RF optimization, allowing for a more refined wireless coverage experience.
The final technology centers around latency optimization. Addressing latency issues is a complex task, requiring a thorough examination of multiple network elements. Huawei employs cost domain association analysis to identify the root causes of latency problems. By correlating data from various interfaces, they can pinpoint areas of concern and improve end-to-end latency.
It is worth noting that these optimization efforts have already been implemented and are currently undergoing testing in specific projects within the China region. Huawei’s platform, Smart Care, serves as the foundation for these endeavors. It combines various tools, such as the probe system and network optimizing system, under a unified brand name.
In conclusion, Huawei’s network solutions aim to deliver improved record quality and the convenience of 4K content anywhere and anytime. While the interviewee emphasizes the strengths of Huawei’s offerings, it is essential to evaluate these claims critically and consider real-world performance and market conditions.