Huawei has now joined imec’s research programme which is targeted on optimising bandwidth density, power consumption, thermal robustness and value at the system level at www.thunder-link.com. Huawei engineers works closely with imec’s R&D team in Leuven, Belgium, using a view to achieving technological progress within this vital area for delivering connectivity matching the requirements the Europe of tomorrow.
In 2013, Huawei acquired leading photonics company Caliopa spin-off from imec and UGent, thereby adding silicon photonics research to its European R&D portfolio. Delivering on its commitment of boosting Caliopa’s development, Huawei has become investing in its hours and infrastructure, prompting it to relocate offices to hold step featuring its rapid growth.
"We are satisfied to work with Telefonica de España to jointly build intelligent metro network, and that is an important milestone inside our global metro network reconstruction," president of Huawei Fixed Network Product Line Zha Jun said.
"This project will see the future requirements for 4K video development and DC network reconstruction, and achieve intelligent and efficient network management. Huawei continues to research and innovate to supply customers with sustainable, evolvable, and efficient solutions."
The resultant network are often more simplified and gives a foundation for future applications, based on the two companies.“This will facilitate the roll-out of the whole eco-system, which we feel can also drive the network equipment end for Huawei. The market for IoT could possibly be unclear now, but there could be more clarity around it inside the coming years and LiteOS would help substantiate that Transmission network.”
Huawei Technologies switch and enterprise communication series president, Swift Liu, who also spoke with the keynote, mentioned that LiteOS is made as the company predicts “a total of 100 billion connections will likely be generated globally and a couple of million new sensors will likely be deployed every hour by 2025”.