Huawei and China Mobile launched a 5G stereo-coverage network

At the Huawei’s 5th Asia Pacific Innovation Day, Huawei and China Mobile launched a 5G stereo-coverage network to promote seamless coverage of 5G. According to reports, the 5G stereo-coverage network overlay consists of a basic coverage capacity layer. It also includes a capacity experience layer and a value scene indoor coverage. This can better achieve seamless 5G coverage.

5G stereo-coverage network

Gizchina News of the week

In addition, Huawei’s joint operators and industry partners demonstrated a variety of innovative industry applications. These include 5G+VR, 5G+8K video, 5G+drones, 5G telemedicine, and 5G ambulances.

Take the 5G ambulance as an example, the ambulance is the 5G network carrier. With this network, it can provide a comprehensive medical emergency system. According to the report, once the patient is at the 5G ambulance, the professional on duty can complete a series of tests such as blood test, electrocardiogram, and B-ultrasound. All these tests happen swiftly using 5G. Furthermore, these results (including patient symptoms, illness records, and other life information) are transmitted through the 5G network to the hospital in real-time.

With this, the doctors in the hospital already have a solid insight on the situation before the patient arrives. Obviously, this process will be very useful in an emergency situation where the patient life is on the line.


Previous Huawei's mobile phone market share in China will reach 50% in 2020
Next OnePlus 7T Pro will arrive with Android 10, Snapdragon 855+ and better cameras