[Dubai, UAE, May 2, 2012]: Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, showcased its green, energy-saving site solution at LTE MENA 2012. This solution will enable operators across the MENA region to construct next-generation and environmentally friendly LTE mobile broadband networks.
As LTE ultra-broadband networks are increasingly deployed around the world, operators are faced with challenges, such as difficulties in site acquisition and moderating site energy consumption. Huawei’s green, energy-saving site solution helps operators cope with network transformation by supplying steady green energy for global broadband networks and meeting the needs of next-generation communication sites through its carbon-efficiency, small size, and easy maintenance.
To overcome traditional challenges related to site acquisition, Huawei’s mini-shelter solution adopts an all-in-one design that holds all necessary communication equipment in only two square meters. The small size allows the solution to be deployed in areas with limited space, such as rooftops or on the street. To replace traditionally energy guzzling air-conditioning, Huawei’s mini-shelter uses intelligent heat exchange temperature control technology that allows operators to save 40% to 80% of site operational energy consumption.
Hou Jinlong, Chief Executive Officer, Huawei Energy and Infrastructure Product Line, said “Based on the deep understanding of the telecommunications industry we have developed over the past 20 years, as well as our significant experience maintaining more than one million sites around the world, Huawei has been able to transform from a communications equipment supplier to a globally advanced site solution supplier. We are committed to helping global operators provide ubiquitous broadband services by enabling them to evolve to LTE ultra-broadband networks.”
More than 80,000 of Huawei’s green, energy-saving site solution have been deployed for broadband networks of the world’s top operators, including China Mobile, Vodafone, Telefonica, FT, BT, MTN, Etisalat, STC, and Telenor.