在贏得5G市場的競爭中,中國華為今天宣布聲稱自己是第一款商用5G芯片組,再次向前邁進了一步。

Above: Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group.

這家名為Balong 5G01的公司表示,它符合去年12月由行業組織3GPP鎖定的最新標準。 雖然5G預計將以20 Gbps的網絡速度結束,但這款第一款華為芯片組可提供高達2.3 Gbps的速度。

巴龍5G01是全球首款投入商用的、基於3GPP標準的5G芯片,支持全球主流5G頻段,包括Sub6GHz(低頻)、mmWave(高頻),理論上可實現最高2.3Gbps的數據下載速率(驍龍X24 2Gbps)。

同時,它還支持兩種5G組網方式,一個是NS,即Non Standalone,5G非獨立組網,5G網絡架構在LTE上,二是SA,即Standalone,5G獨立組網,不依賴LTE。

沒有價格信息。 但華為消費電子業務集團首席執行官Richard Yu表示,該芯片只是華為積極推動5G發展的最新例證。

他還展示了該公司正在開發的客戶端設備,以允許最終用戶在家中和辦公室開始體驗5G。

華為5G CPE分為低頻(Sub6GHz) CPE和高頻(mmWave) CPE兩種。

其中,5G低頻CPE重量3公斤,體積僅為2升,可在室內隨意擺放,實測峰值下行速率2Gbps,相當於百兆光纖的20倍,不到1秒即可下載一集網劇,並向下兼容4G網絡。

5G高頻CPE則包含室外ODU(OutdoorUnit,數字微波收發信機)、室內IDU(IndoorUnit,接口數據單元),支持毫米波多頻段,峰值數率也是2Gbps,兼容4G/5G,並支持POE(以太網供電)。

Yu在巴塞羅那舉行的移動世界大會正式開幕前一天發表講話,這是電信業最大的年度盛會,預計5G將成為主題。

 

番外篇:

美國 敦促澳大利亞不要信任華為和中國的5G網絡

Pointedly expanding its efforts to address Chinese cybersecurity threats, the United States today urged Australia to keep Huawei equipment out of its 5G networks, reports Australia』s Financial Review. U.S. lawmakers and security agencies previously lobbied top U.S. carriers to cut ties with Huawei, but today』s discussions with Australia reach well beyond American borders, suggesting the potentially global scale of the 5G security risk.

According to the report, the heads of the National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security personally briefed Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on 「U.S. concerns about Chinese involvement in 5G networks,」 including 「security risks posed by Huawei』s potential involvement.」 The report said that 「Beijing』s cyber espionage was among the 『top two』 risks on the U.S.-Australia cyber security agenda,」 as Huawei is beholden to the Chinese government, and allowing China to gain control of a 5G network could enable it to control 「everything.」

In addition to benefiting from Chinese government funding, Huawei』s organization includes a Chinese government committee for reasons the company apparently has not explained. U.S. officials have long suggested that the company』s hardware could include backdoors, permitting Chinese government monitoring of users』 communications, and eventually controlling public infrastructure in the 5G era. Even without a major role in the U.S. market, however, Huawei has grown to become the largest telecommunications manufacturer in the world, and it』s worked with many leading companies on both mobile devices and standards.

Australia』s government has been concerned about Huawei for years. The country banned Huawei from bidding on building its high-speed national broadband network in 2012, and renewed the ban in 2013 even after Turnbull — at that point the Communications Minister for a recently elected coalition government — supported a review. Briefings from Australian national security agencies convinced the new government to maintain the ban.

Despite government concerns, Huawei has continued to lobby for a role in the Australian market, and has recently forged deals with carriers Optus and Vodafone. Huawei was included in an Australian Department of Communications 5G working group late last year, and carrier Optus promised this month to become Australia』s first 5G carrier in early 2019, using some Huawei equipment.

In statements, Optus said that it 「saw no need for the type of Government intervention that is reportedly being considered in other jurisdictions,」 and Vodafone said that it 「has rigorous controls in place to ensure all statutory and regulatory requirements, and best practice security standards, are met and maintained.」 It』s unclear whether Australia』s government will completely freeze Huawei out, but the report suggests that the company』s strong investments in 5G development have placed it ahead of European telecom hardware companies, making its offerings difficult to ignore.

 

 

編譯自:venturebeat     theverge

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