Huawei and Bangladesh sign 5G agreement

Huawei and Bangladesh sign 5G agreement

2022-01-05 0 By Huawei     GOOGLE NEWS    

Huawei is a leader in 5G, the world’s most advanced communication technology. But due to the bans and discrediting efforts made by the United States, many countries such as Europe, America, Canada do not receive Huawei 5G technology. These countries are transitioning to brands such as Ericsson and Nokia.

Huawei has worked hard to deliver 5G technology to other countries outside of China. According to the news, Huawei achieved great success in Africa, infrastructure and 5G technology installation of some countries in Africa. A new 5G deal was also between Huawei and Bangladesh. This 5G order from Bangladesh is expected to be worth tens of billions of dollars.

Huawei now has big goals to develop the Asian and African markets. Although Central Asia, South Asia and other similar countries are not as technologically as Europe, Huawei knows that these countries have development potential and supports these countries. Of course, one of the most important issues for developing countries is cost. Huawei technologies are also advantageous in that they are more affordable than other brands. Because Ericsson and Nokia prices are said to be much higher in every respect.

In terms of technology, Huawei 5G has a more advanced structure. The centimeter waveband introduced by Huawei is also better in actual use than the millimeter waveband introduced by the United States. In addition, the centimeter wave promoted by Huawei is the opposite, with wide coverage, strong penetrating power and low cost. These features are in perfect harmony with the 5G development situation. In the future, once the centimeter wave is completely covered, it will be relatively easy to realize the millimeter wave structure.

We read that many countries in Europe abandoning Huawei technology are facing many problems such as Communications construction progress, excessive investment cost, low 5G coverage. In fact, we are sure that the countries and infrastructure companies that left Huawei regretted it.