Huawei: The innovative business guide “Light up the Future” at the MWC in Barcelona

At this year’s MWC exhibition in Barcelona, Huawei met global stakeholders, industrial partners and thinkers, where topics such as successful 5G implementation at the business level, green technology, connectivity + IT for a new growth as well as the GUIDE business plan, with an emphasis on business and social value, were discussed, aiming at a bright future for the digital economy.

Huawei’s stands, located in Room 1 of the MWC space, were designed to mimic a “DigiTelligent Forest”, presenting the rich opportunities that are now available in the ICT industry. The kiosks presented the company’s latest products and solutions, such as gigabit mobile networks, cloud-network “fast lines”, all-optical target networks, digital and smart O&M transformation and integrated green development solutions.Through the booths, Huawei showcased its commitment to innovation with the goal of creating value for its customers and fulfilling its social responsibilities.

Huawei stands at MWC22 in Barcelona

Huawei’s recent GUIDE business plan provides industrial support to digital network providers as it sets out the five key capabilities that operators will need to develop to achieve business success in the coming decades, including the expansion of services, effective innovation, leverage of resources, value-based competition and contribution to society.

The company supports the green growth strategy. With a comprehensive range of green solutions, including green websites, green grid and green management, Huawei aims to help providers increase network capacity and reduce energy consumption per bit, achieving “More Bits, Fewer Watts”

Huawei is working with providers and partners around the world to build simplified, green and smart ICT infrastructures, allowing providers to develop leading 5G networks. Third-party test results show that 5G networks provided by Huawei offer an optimal experience for customers in 13 countries, including Switzerland, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, South Korea and Saudi Arabia.

The company has already signed more than 3,000 contracts for 5G industrial applications in various industries, gaining a wealth of experience in industrial applications. Huawei says it wants to help providers seize more new opportunities from digitizing the industry by providing innovative XtoB solutions that integrate 5G, premium private lines, smart cloud networks, data centers and the cloud.

The MWC22 Barcelona exhibition was held in Barcelona, Spain from 28 February to 3 March. Huawei through its participation presented its products and solutions at the 1H50 pavilion at the Fira Gran Via Hall 1. Together with global providers, industry professionals and opinion leaders, it briefed on issues such as industry trends and presented the Business Guide for the future and green growth in order to envision a future with digital networks. For more information, please visit the link:

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