5G, AI - Huawei and Europe's Digital Transformation - IntelligentHQ


These scenarios are impossible or prohibitively expensive on current cellular networks, but they should be feasible with the next generation of wireless connectivity, 5G. It promises to be 10 to 20 times faster than today's cell-phone networks," Elizabeth Woyke, MIT Technology Review "With worldwide 5G revenues estimated at €225 billion in 2025, 5G is a key asset for Europe to compete in the global market and its cybersecurity is crucial for ensuring the strategic autonomy of the Union. On this basis, Member States should update existing security requirements for network providers and include conditions for ensuring the security of public networks, especially when granting rights of use for radio frequencies in 5G bands," European Council conclusions on a common EU approach to the security of 5G networks "Europe has long been one of the world's foremost innovation hubs. To continue holding its own in an increasingly competitive global market, we believe stakeholders across the region need to unite to establish some key initiatives," William Xu, Huawei's Director of the Board and President of the Institute of Strategic Research Technology giant Huawei and Europe has a long story together. Huawei's presence in Europe started some 20 years ago and, since then, the company has been establishing itself as a driver of innovation in the deployment of critical technological infrastructure of ICTs, collaborating with governments across the European Union as well as positioning itself as a leader in sales of peripherals and devices. This story continues as the collaboration between the Chinese telecom and Europe's institutions are about to get boosted by the announcement of a whole array of joint programs and innovative projects in the areas of ICT such as 5G deployment, AI and Innovation 2.0. "Huawei has been operating in Europe for many years.