Company Overview of Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, provides information and communications technology (ICT) solutions and services for telecom carriers, enterprises, and consumers worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Carrier Business, Enterprise Business, and Consumer Business. The Carrier Business segment develops and manufactures a range of wireless networks, fixed networks, carrier software, and core networks, as well as services solutions to telecommunications operators. The Enterprise Business segment develops ICT products and solutions, including enterprise network infrastructure, cloud-based green data centers, enterprise information security, and uni...
Huawei Industrial Base
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
Founder, Deputy Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Deputy Chairman, Rotating Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Strategy & Development Committee, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Audit Committee, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Human Resources Committee
Deputy Chairman, Rotating Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Human Resources Committee, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Strategy & Development Committee
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Finance Committee, Member of Human Resources Committee and Member of Strategy & Development Committee
Chief Executive Officer of Huawei Communication Technologies
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Huawei Introduces New Hexa-Band Antenna on 700/850-900MHz
May 22 15
Huawei introduced its new hexa-band antenna on 700/850-900MHz. This antenna supports easy deployment, higher capacity, better performance, faster capacity expansion towards future evolution and other features, allowing carriers to rapidly deploy higher capacity LTE networks. With the rapid development of the MBB (Mobile Broadband) market in Asia Pacific, the number of smart terminals is increasing, creating a challenge for network capacity. New spectrum, like 700MHz, is being planned for release but is happening slowly. Therefore, carriers should think about how to rebuild the antenna system for MBB targeting the network in 2020. Currently, there are many challenges are being faced by antenna installation. Some of these are: Towers and sites in general are almost full, making it difficult to add antennas on existing sites and make it necessary to acquire new sites. Modifying sites and repeatedly installing antennas result in higher construction cost. The traditional way of reusing antennas with combiners cannot support independent adjustment in electrical down-tilt, causing degradation in network performance and user experience. Huawei's hexa-band antenna using 700/850-900MHz can effectively deal with these challenges. The unique highlights are as follows: Easy deployment; Higher capacity; Better performance; and fast capacity expansion allowing for future evolution. This antenna adopts the Huawei unique 'Dipole Reuse' technology which supports more bands without requiring size modifications, resulting in a reduction in width of 40% compared to a traditional hexa-band antenna. The antenna can effectively reduce wind loads, extremely reducing TCO, which makes the deployment and modification easier. The antenna supports six bands on 700/850-900MHz simultaneously, meeting the requirements of multi-band network deployment. It also supports flexible MIMO, thus provides higher network capacity and satisfies the needs of various application requirements. The antenna also supports remote independent adjustment in electrical down-tilt, allowing it to meet the demands of independent multi-network management and at the same time achieving accurate coverage and better performance. Multi-band and ultra band are reserved for the addition of future LTE bands in order to satisfy fast LTE deployment requirements.
Huawei Launches Agile Campus 3.0 Solutions
May 22 15
Huawei announced that it has launched its Agile Campus 3.0 Solutions, with key highlights including the Ethernet Network Processor (ENP)-based Wi-Fi acceleration algorithm, Wi-Fi soft handover technology, 2.5GE access switch and 100GE line card, and Agile Mobile Solution. Huawei's Agile Campus 3.0 products and solutions are based on innovative agile wireless access technologies and are developed to enhance wireless campus network access quality, which ultimately improves mobile access user experience. In addition, Huawei launched its latest 2.5GE access switch and 100GE line card as parts of its Agile Campus 3.0 Solution to upgrade campus network bandwidth in an end-to-end manner, address the explosive growth of campus service traffic and bursts of traffic resulting from teleconferencing and videoconferencing in mobile application scenarios. This ensures wireless network quality even if there are large volumes of users that require high bandwidth.
Huawei Appoints Pavel Zaytsev as Vice President of Russian Branch
May 22 15
Huawei has appointed Pavel Zaytsev its vice president for Russia. Zaytsev earlier worked in the same position at ZTE, from January 2015 to April 2015. Zaytsev will focus at Huawei on the development of the business segment targeting telecommunications operators.
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