Breaking news- 2 most valuable higher education searches- 1) what are www youth ambassadors for sdgs? what is AI for valuetrue market purpose?how'd you like to search WRJ blog by value chains eg vc1 money vc2 AI & human tech vc3 health vc4 arts and communities happy stuff including olympics vc5 girls safety vc6 education for livelihoods vc7 food as nutrition security & diversity vc8 infrastructure for win-win trade maps vc9 true media
breaking the last empire : americans need to vote now are they separate and superior speciesn OR are they like the rest of the 8 billion of us? new summer 2019 : drucker ::::60 years ago dad, norman macrae, started the first of 100 conversations on AI (Artificial Intelligence), He had just surveyed how Japan was rising (lifting potentially Asians everywhere out of colonial era poverty) round brilliant engineers (bullet trains, container superports , microelectronics, the most reliable engines in the world) - from tokyo he brought back a pocket calculator- what would schools and the world be like if everyone had one of these?

Within a few years the world was debating if tech helps man reach the moon is there any mission impossible on earth.
5G 2020s (4 3 2) 1 G 1970s
And Gordon Moore of Intel had just written a paper promising that microelectronic engineers would improve tech 100 fold every G decade to 2020s -that's a trillion fold more powerful microchips in 2030 than man raced to the moon with. So who's knowledge should teachers and everyone linkin to now if millennials are to be the first sustainability generations and THE UN 17 sdgs are to be celebrated as possible wherever the next girl is born. We welcome your nominations: here are a few examples back from the future of 2030 followed by an approximate chronological order. If in doubt as to whether we know your favorite WRJC please search this blog and mail us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if we have left someone out

Thursday, June 20, 2019

ren zhengfei huawei

Great june update on huawei
https://technode.com/2019/06/19/i-visited-huawei-and-i-brought-your-questions/


16 min read
—Vincent Bergsma, TechNode Squared member
In Huawei’s early days, we were a hardware company, and the software was created to manage and control the hardware. Today, in 2019, the hardware is becoming commoditized, and the intelligence is embedded in the software. Huawei’s activities range from the chip sets, through to the device (e.g., smartphone, laptop, wearable, or connectivity device installed in a car), through to the base station, to the core transmission network. Huawei’s range of activity is broader than any of our competitors. Ericsson and Nokia, for example, are in the network space, not so much in the device space. Apple is in the device space, not so much in the network space.
—Joe Kelly
The fact that Huawei is engaged in all four areas on this value chain explains much of their path to success. The nature of the telecoms industry is one that heavily favors scale, and dominance in one area allows firms like Huawei to invest or subsidize other areas of business, which can create a snowball effect.

Side note: A former postal worker from Ireland who dropped out of school at 15 years old and now finds himself at the center of a global technological and political conflict, Kelly himself is perhaps as interesting as the company he represents. The Beijing Bookworm’s Peter Goff wrote a profile on him in The Irish Times that is very worth reading.

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oct 2019
Huawei's Innovations Help Usher in the 5G Decade, CMO Says
YICAI GLOBAL
/SOURCE : YICAI
Huawei's Innovations Help Usher in the 5G Decade, CMO Says
(Yicai Global) Oct. 11 -- Every 10 years a new generation of mobile communications technology is developed. Now, the era of the fifth-generation wireless network is upon us. Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies' chief marketing officer has pondered the challenges of staying at the forefront of 5G global deployment and says innovation is key.
How will 5G change society, and are the anticipated business scenarios in line with reality? How can Huawei take a leading position in 5G despite US' efforts to block the company? New technologies will inevitably face difficulties and challenges. How can the firm use innovation to rapidly deploy 5G networks?
These are some of the questions Peng Honghua, CMO of the firm's Wireless Network Product Line, discussed in his keynote speech Unite and Innovate to Usher in the Decade of 5G delivered at Huawei's fifth Asia-Pacific Innovation Day in Chengdu last month.
China Leads 5G Development
The Shenzhen-based firm has already signed more than 50 5G commercial contracts and delivered over 200,000 base stations worldwide. It is committed to providing leading end-to-end 5G products and solutions, to bringing the best 5G technology into people's lives and to creating greater social and economic value through teamwork with network operators.
"The 1G and 2G networks shortened the distance between people enabling them to connect with each other using voice and short messages," he said. "The 3G and 4G networks enriched the ways in which people communicated with each other through the mobile internet and video. The 5G network will bring people into an interconnected smart world through its ubiquitous connecting capability."
5G will allow consumers to enjoy extreme experiences, bring in a new era of prosperity for mobile broadband and more importantly drive industrial digitization, create more industry applications and improve industrial efficiency.
Take 5G plus new media as an example. China and the UK have made 4K/8K live broadcasts using 5G technologies. Conventional live broadcasts require a production truck worth between CNY50 million (USD7 million) to CNY80 million and 150 field staff for recording, editing and broadcasting. The cost of satellite transmission is also quite high.
When 5G is applied in new media, a photography backpack with a 5G central processing element worth less than CNY10,000 (USD1,400) can greatly reduce costs, and only five staff members need to be on site. Image data is transferred to the television station via the 5G network. Flexible machine positioning and real-time interaction with remote sets are transforming how conventional media makes live broadcasts.
With the setting of new standards, the growing maturity of the industrial chain and the accelerated preparation of frequency spectrums and end terminals, the worldwide commercial use of 5G is gaining pace. Some 56 operators from 32 countries have announced plans to deploy 5G technology in their existing networks and 39 of them have announced the release of 5G services under the Third-Generation Partnership Project, an organization that develops protocols for mobile telecommunications, the Global Mobile Suppliers Association said in its August report.
The GMSA predicts that more than 50 countries and regions will issue 5G-related spectrums this year. 5G is the first mobile communication era in which terminals and networks mature simultaneously, and 100 types of 5G terminal devices have been released globally.
5G deployment in Asia Pacific is ahead of the rest of the world. For example, South Korea is the world's first country to achieve large commercial use of 5G networks and has accumulated more than two million users since the first SIM cards were released in early April.
China will certainly become the world's largest 5G market. This was already the case in the 4G era, Peng said. China has 4.37 million 4G base stations and 1.2 billion users. The country's three major carriers started 5G network deployment and tests in 50 cities across 30 provinces after the release of 5G licenses in June. The scale of 5G construction in China tops the world. The three operators completed the construction of 38,000 5G base stations in July and will build 130,000 more by the end of the year.
Huawei will use its advantages in 5G technology together with its global pre-commercial and commercial-use experiences to serve Chinese operators and help China's 5G network lead the world, he added.
Three Innovations Help 5G Go Commercial
5G commercial use largely depends on how to achieve rapid coverage cost-effectively. Three major innovations are helping 5G go commercial.
The first innovation is Massive MIMO. Previous networks used two transmit and two receive, or 4T4R, while 5G uses 64T64R. Through significant improvements in spectrum efficiency and network performance, Massive MIMO has achieved the target of one gigabyte per second anytime and anywhere via large bandwidth and multiple antennas. Huawei has maintained an absolute leading position in the Massive MIMO market, accounting for more than 90 percent of global shipments.
"We started research and development of Massive MIMO back in the 4G era, and we continue to make new innovations, such as introducing artificial intelligence to dynamically adjust network parameters to match traffic changes and different scenarios," Peng said. "Therefore, the performance of 5G networks is far superior than before and is able to meet the needs of new businesses."
"In the third phase of the IMT-2020 test, Huawei's 5G network that is based on 64T64R Massive MIMO reached a record-high community peak speed of 14.58 gigabytes per second, which is nearly 100 times higher than that of the 4G era," he said.
The second is the 5G ultra-lean site. Seeking a site is difficult and they can be expensive. Intensive 5G networking means more sites are needed. Huawei has introduced ultra-lean site solutions such as Easy Macro and Book RRU which only require access to electricity and are suitable for various scenarios especially minimalist deployment in remote areas of a large site or high-traffic locations such as roads, high-rise buildings, residential and scenic areas. A large number of sites are available for use in the world. China has over 12 million poles available for carriers to provide better network coverage, according to Huawei.
The third is the Digital Indoor System. Most 5G business scenarios occur indoors. 4T4R can reach 1.6 Gbps based on Huawei's 5G DIS coverage solution, achieving consistent indoor and outdoor speeds. Key locations in many first-tier cities have fully deployed 5G, including the Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station, Chengdu Metro, Shanghai Lujiazui Center, Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, Shenzhen Intercontinental Hotel and the Shanghai World Expo Center.
These three innovations solve difficulties in network construction and enable better performances in all scenarios of 5G coverage. At the Huawei Asia-Pacific Innovation Day held on Sept. 3, Huawei and China Unicom's Sichuan Branch released the 5G Multilayer Network solution. This uses the above three innovations to give full play to the advantages of mobile site resources in Sichuan province and build a three-layer network architecture to achieve full 5G coverage.
Based on this structure, the two sides have opened 5G networks in the Southern Chengdu Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, Sino-Ocean Taikoo Li, Tianfu Software Park, Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, Metro Line 10, Waldorf Astoria Hotel‎, Kuanzhai Lane and the Dujiangyan area.
Perseverance Breeds Success
Huawei was subject to a full-blown attack from the US just as its 5G program was about to get underway. The US lobbied countries around the world to exclude Huawei from 5G network contracts and placed the firm on the so-called Entity List for security reasons without any evidence. It attempted to put a chokehold on the firm's growth, but Huawei was not been defeated. Instead, it made some adjustments and gained speed. Its recent shipment of 200,000 5G base stations is proof of this.
"The US is pressuring the world, but has it succeeded?," Huawei founder and Chief Executive Ren Zhengfei said in a recent interview with foreign media. "We don't mind which country buys our products. Our supply already cannot meet demand."
Most of Huawei's most advanced equipment has no US parts. Once the firm replaced US parts with its own parts, efficiencies were 30 percent higher, Ren added. Around 600,000 5G base stations are expected to be shipped this year and at least 1.5 million next year.
Huawei has invested almost USD4 billion in the commercialization of 5G end-to-end systems. It developed a technique test prototype in 2012 and a system test prototype in 2017. Over the last year, it has released a series of 5G commercial products including the world's first 5G base station chipset Tiangang as well as the 7nm 5G baseband chipset Balong 5000 which has broken multiple world records, Peng said.
Huawei has always adhered to the philosophy of "keeping complexity to itself and leaving simplicity to customers," according to Peng. "You can see the product, but you can't see the technology beneath the surface. Our key innovations in chips, materials, algorithms, antennas, heat dissipation and other fields have laid the foundation for 5G minimalist network structure and extreme experiences."
Huawei has been fully involved in the development of 5G standards since an early stage. So far, the company has contributed more than 21,000 5G NR proposals to 3GPP, accounting for more than 20 percent of the world's total and ranking first. If printed out, this stack of papers would reach 10 meters high.
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