[PLANO, Texas, November 7, 2011]: Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) provider, today announced its Small Cell solution recently won the award for "Best new network infrastructure solution" at 4G World 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The win affirms Huawei's Small Cell solution has become the market leader, and has gained high recognition by the industry in the wireless broadband area.
With the development of mobile broadband technologies, Huawei predicts that data traffic will increase over 500 times in the next decade. The current mobile network is facing a significant challenge to meet the huge capacity growth.
Based on a deep analysis of wireless networks, Huawei launched its innovative Small Cell solution which can deploy a precise layered network based on actual traffic distribution, offering seamless coverage in hot and blind spots to improve network capacity. This enables operators to protect network investment and decrease total cost of ownership through easy site acquisition, fast deployment, green design, multi-mode convergence and smooth evolution to LTE-Advanced.
"It's an honor to receive this award in North America," said David Wang, President of Wireless Network, Huawei. "It recognizes Huawei's Small Cell solution has been leading the development of wireless broadband and is capable of meeting the requirements of operators. Huawei is confident in our mission to build an efficient and profitable broadband network for operators."
As of Q3 2011, there are 31 Small Cell commercial networks worldwide, and 14 of them are deployed by Huawei. Huawei ranks No.1 in market share.