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Huawei Releases GUIDE at MWC to Light up the Future

Feb 28, 2022

[Barcelona, Spain, February 28, 2022] At this year's MWC Barcelona, Huawei meets with global operators, industry partners, and thought leaders for discussions on topics including 5G business success, green technology, connectivity + IT for new growth, and their GUIDE business blueprint, with a focus on business and social value, to light up a bright future of digital economy.

Huawei's booths, located in Hall 1 of the MWC venue, were designed to mimic a "DigiTelligent Forest", showcasing the lush opportunities now available within the ICT industry. The booths present the company's latest products and solutions, such as gigabit mobile networks, cloud-network "fast lines", all-optical target networks, digital and intelligent O&M transformation, and comprehensive green development solutions. Through the booths, Huawei shows its commitment to innovation to create value for customers and fulfill its social responsibilities.


MWC22 Barcelona Huawei Booths in Hall 1


Huawei's recent GUIDE business blueprint provides industry support to digital network providers, as it lays out the five key capabilities operators will need to develop to achieve business success in the coming decades, including expanding services, innovating efficiently, leveraging resources, competing on value, and contributing to society.

The company supports operators' green development strategy. With its full range of green solutions, including green site, green network, and green operation, Huawei aims to help operators increase network capacity and cut the energy consumption per bit, achieving "More Bits, Less Watts".

Huawei works with operators and partners around the world to create simplified, green, and intelligent ICT infrastructure, allowing operators to deploy leading 5G networks. Third-party test results show that 5G networks delivered by Huawei for customers in 13 countries, including Switzerland, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia, all provide an optimal experience.

The company has already signed more than 3,000 contracts for industrial 5G applications, where they collaborate with operators and partners from various industries, gaining a wealth of experience in industry applications. Huawei says it wants to help operators tap into more new opportunities from industry digitalization by delivering innovative XtoB solutions that integrate 5G, premium private lines, intelligent cloud networks, data centers, and cloud.

MWC22 Barcelona runs from February 28 to March 3 in Barcelona, Spain. Huawei showcases its products and solutions at stand 1H50 in Fira Gran Via Hall 1. Together with global operators, industry professionals, and opinion leaders, we dive into topics such as industry trends, GUIDE to the Future, and green development to envision the future of digital networks.