Huawei and Sunrise opens Europe’s first 5G joint innovation center


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Huawei and Sunrise opens Europe’s first 5G joint innovation center
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Huawei’s 5G has been under severe scrutiny by many countries especially the US. However, there are some nations that accept the Chinese manufacturer in their 5G program. Recently, Huawei and Sunrise set a new 5G download speeds of 3.67 Gbps in Zurich, Switzerland. Now, Huawei and Sunrise have extended their partnership and will open a 5G research center in Switzerland – The “5G Joint Innovation Center”.

Huawei and Sunrise

Huawei said that this is the first 5G joint innovation center in Europe, which will help Switzerland and Europe to create a 5G ecosystem. According to reports, Huawei also has OpenLab with top technology in the Joint Innovation Center. At OpenLab, 5G application developers can take advantage of the end-to-end 5G live network. Developers can first test the application or solution in a real-world scenario before it goes commercial. To aid testing, Huawei will also provide components such as IoT sensors and terminal equipment.

It is worth mentioning that this week the German government removed the clause that excludes Huawei 5G. This means that Huawei can participate in Germany’s 5G construction. According to the German government, it will provide a level playing field for all participants. What do you think about Germany’s decision on Huawei?

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