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H11-851 HCNA-VC (Huawei Certified Network Associate - Video Conference)

HCIA-Video Conference certification covers basic knowledge and skills in video conference. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers have a basic understanding and command of mainstream VC technologies and are able to assist in planning and deploying small- and medium-sized VC systems using Huawei products and solutions. HCIA-Video Conference training focuses on general VC technologies, and the installation, configuration, deployment, routine O&M, and troubleshooting of VC systems. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers are competent for jobs related to the use and O&M of VC systems in small- and medium-sized enterprises.

HCIA-Video Conference is intended for the development of professionals who possess basic knowledge and skills in VC technologies. The certification focuses on basic VC communications technologies. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers are competent for jobs related to the installation, configuration, deployment, routine O&M, and troubleshooting of VC equipment.

• With the rapid development of the Internet, communications technologies, and high-definition VC technologies, there have been growing demands for talents capable of designing and deploying VC systems, and talents who are able to provide maintenance and assurance service at important video conferences. To meet enterprises' needs for talents capable of VC system installation, configuration, deployment, and routine O&M, Huawei has developed the HCIA-Video Conference certification program.
• Adaptation to the development trend of VC communications technologies. Close integration of theoretical knowledge and products. Full coverage of end-to-end high definition (HD) technologies.

The HCIA-Video Conference exam covers Videoconferencing basis, H.323 protocol basis, H.323 Conference scheduling flow, basic knowledge of HD, 96 MCU, Cloud MCU, SMC , Web RTC?RSE6500 and Huawei telepresence products.
Key Points: 1) Introduction to Huawei Videoconferencing and application of Huawei Videoconferencing system;
2) Introduction to H.323 protocol and H.323 Conference scheduling flow;
3) Introduction to HD Terminal products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
4) Introduction to 96 MCU products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
5) Introduction to Cloud MCU products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
6) Introduction to Web RTC products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
7) Introduction to SMC products, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
8) Introduction to Huawei telepresence products, operations and upgrading;
9) Introduction to RSE6500 products, operations, maintenance and upgrading.

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Killexams : Huawei Conference) mission - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/H11-851 Search results Killexams : Huawei Conference) mission - BingNews https://killexams.com/pass4sure/exam-detail/H11-851 https://killexams.com/exam_list/Huawei Killexams : US investigates Huawei equipment near missile silos, military bases No result found, try new keyword!The US government is investigating Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei over US cell towers fitted with its tech near military bases and missile silos. The investigation, first disclosed by Reuters ... Thu, 21 Jul 2022 23:26:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.datacenterdynamics.com/en/news/us-investigates-huawei-equipment-near-missile-silos-military-bases/ Killexams : Huawei Highlights Benefits of 5G Future on LTE Foundation

The latest report from GSMA showed that by the end of May 2020, 386 operators globally had announced they were investing in 5G, among which 81 operators in 42 countries/territories launched 5G commercial services, including the most recent MTN 5G launch in South Africa.

5G, the fifth generation of mobile networks, will enable enhanced mobile broadband, mission-critical communications, and massive Internet of Things (IoT) communications between equipment.

However, today the immediate need is for online, digital communications, which can easily be provided by 4G or LTE networks.

The good news is that LTE is also the foundation for the revolutionary move to 5G.

Narrowing the digital divide and empowering more of the world’s people with online connectivity is key to overcoming poverty and attaining a sustainable future. This will require constantly expanding LTE (4G) mobile broadband coverage and adoption.
Living and working online is becoming acknowledged as a human right. Sadly, billions of people remain excluded from the opportunities of the online economy, according to Senior Marketing Director at Huawei, Emmanuel Coelho Alves.

“There is a need to redouble our effort for more digital transmission and inclusion to support United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and bring the excluded 3.9 billion of world’s population online.

“It won’t be easy, but with cross-sector efforts from government and partners in the private sector, academia and civil society and we can achieve that,” he said.

Alves was speaking at the recent online LTE Summit 2020 held by the Global System for Mobile Communications Association (GSMA).
Alves said that there had been progress in expanding global mobile broadband coverage, with almost 66 per cent of areas now covered. Of these, 90% had access to high-quality networks such as 3G and 4G.

Around 80% of the world’s population now has mobile coverage, according to the latest GSMA report. Of these, more than 50% of connections are already on 4G.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, there are 456 million unique mobile subscribers, representing 44 per cent of people, with this proportion expected to grow to 50 per cent by 2025.

The GSMA report predicts that Africa will be the fastest-growing global region, with a compound annual growth rate of 4.6 per cent. However, mobile broadband subscriber numbers remain significantly lower, with 239 million subscribers and a penetration rate of just 23 per cent.

Bringing Africa’s people into the mobile economy will require ongoing expansion of mobile broadband services such as 4G, with penetration expected to reach 39 per cent by 2025.

“4G provides an extremely good asset when you go later to 5G,” said Alves. “4G has been deployed widely in the past years. 4G is the capacity layer in city, leveraging massive MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) in hot spots with significant traffic.”

By applying a standard known as ENDC (E-UTRAN New Radio – Dual Connectivity), network operators are able to use both 4G and 5G schedulers together.

It is also possible to use a technology known as DSS (dynamic spectrum sharing) to allow for real-time allocation of spectrum resources between 4G and 5G, depending on network traffic. This can be achieved with millisecond accuracy.

“Currently, 4G is the main mobile broadband layer, and what is replacing 3G. But on top of this, 4G has flexible capabilities that allow 4G and 5G to work together from the network level. Industry leaders believe that in the medium term, 4G will be the layer of choice for global mobile communications, while 5G will mainly be used in more industrial communications,” Alves said.

However, 4G networks already have the capabilities to certain an optimal user experience for 5G users, including services such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and cloud gaming.

It thus makes sense for national networks to invest in 4G to secure future growth opportunities, while already supporting leading-edge 5G capabilities.

VP of Global Wireless Networks Marketing and Solutions at Huawei, Mohamed Madkour, said at the AfricaCom 2019 conference in Cape Town last year, that “all investment in expanding 4G and organising site assets will reduce the amount of money needed to switch on 5G in the near future. Every rand spent on 4G is thus a rand invested in 5G.”

Whether seen from a network operator or a policy perspective, 4G is thus not simply an interim step towards 5G. The 4G foundation already heralds the arrival of our 5G future.

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Killexams : The Four Lists China Wants the U.S. to Work On in Order to Boost Ties

When the top diplomats of China and the United States held their latest meeting over the weekend, Beijing passed along four lists of items that it wanted Washington to address in order to Boost the present strained relations between the world's top two powers.

The exchange, first reported in a statement published Saturday by the Chinese Foreign Ministry, was confirmed Monday during a press briefing held by spokesperson Wang Wenbin, who offered some more insight into the contents of these demands conveyed by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken.

"They include the updated list of U.S. wrongdoings that must stop, and the updated list of key individual cases that the U.S. must resolve, which were first presented to the U.S. side at last year's meeting in Tianjin," Wang Wenbin told reporters. "The other two lists are the list of Acts in the 117th Congress of high concern to China and the list of cooperation proposals in eight areas including climate change, public health and people-to-people exchange."

Summarizing the details of these lists presented to President Joe Biden's administration on behalf of Chinese President Xi Jinping, Wang Wenbin said they "once again demonstrate China's serious position that the U.S. must stop exercising containment and suppression, stop interfering in China's internal affairs, and stop undermining China's sovereignty, security and development interests."

"The lists also reflect China's constructive attitude about conducting practical cooperation with the U.S. on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefits," he added. "We hope the U.S. side can take China's lists seriously, and take real actions to fulfill the commitments made by President Biden and the U.S. government."

In this combinatiuon image, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (R) shakes hands with China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi during a meeting in Nusa Dua on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on July 9, 2022 and Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou (Inset) leaves after the Huawei 2021 Annual Report Press Conference in Shenzhen, in China's southern Guangdong province on March 28, 2022. Getty

Blinken did not address the four lists directly when speaking to reporters following his talks with Wang on Saturday, but he did say the two sides discussed areas "where more cooperation between our countries should be possible, including on the climate crisis, food security, global health, counter-narcotics," as well as "areas of disagreement and ways to manage and reduce risks," including on tensions over Taiwan, human rights concerns in Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet, territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the status of U.S. citizens unable to leave China.

Blinken added that "despite the complexities of our relationship," he could "say with some confidence" that both parties found the talks "useful and constructive."

Reached for comment by Newsweek, a State Department spokesperson echoed these words and described the conversation as "a candid exchange of views on both areas of difference - including human rights - and areas where our interests converge."

"Our focus is on keeping channels open to responsibly manage competition and create guardrails to prevent conflict," the spokesperson said. "As always, we're committed to defending and advancing the interests of the American people and American values in all of our engagements with Beijing."

The contents of the four lists have not been made publicly available in full, but past statements offered hints as to what exactly Beijing was asking of Washington.

After presenting the first two lists to U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman in Tianjin in July of last year, Chinese Deputy Foreign Minister Xie Feng said he and his colleagues had made a "clear stance on China-U.S. relations," and urged "the U.S. side to shift its extremely erroneous perception on China and its extremely dangerous policies toward China."

"The Chinese side has also again expressed its strong dissatisfactions with U.S. wrong statements and actions on such issues as novel coronavirus origin tracing, Taiwan, Xinjiang, Hong Kong and [the] South China Sea," Xie said at the time. "[China] has urged the U.S. side to immediately stop interfering in China's internal affairs, harming China's interests, stepping on red lines, playing with fire and engaging in group confrontation under the guise of values."

Directly addressing the "list of U.S. wrongdoings that must stop," Xie said that "the Chinese side has urged the U.S. side to unconditionally withdraw its visa restrictions on members of the Communist Party of China and their families, revoke sanctions against Chinese leaders, officials and government sectors and visa restrictions against Chinese students, to stop suppressing Chinese enterprises, troubling Chinese students and suppressing Confucius Institutes, to withdraw the registration of Chinese media as 'foreign agent' or 'foreign mission,' and to cancel the extradition of Meng Wanzhou."

It appears some progress has been made on certain asks over the course of the past year.

For example, in August, the Biden administration closed its official investigation into the origins of COVID-19 with an inconclusive finding among intelligence agencies on whether or not the disease more likely emerged naturally or from a lab such as the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The following month, an admission of guilt allowed Meng, CFO of Chinese telecom giant Huawei, to return home from her detainment in Canada over U.S. charges of fraudulent transactions made in an effort to dodge U.S. sanctions on Iran.

And after Biden and Xi's virtual summit in November, both sides agreed to extend the validity of visas granted to one another's journalists from three months to one year, and to allow them to depart and return without restrictions.

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou leaves after the Huawei 2021 Annual Report Press Conference in Shenzhen, in China's southern Guangdong province on March 28, 2022. Getty

Many of the more recent strains in the U.S.-China relationship emerged under the administration of former President Donald Trump, and Chinese officials have made public their hopes of finding a better partner in Biden. But Republicans and Democrats alike have hardened their positions against Beijing in recent years, and have sought to pass an array of legislation designed to counter the People's Republic.

Among the most comprehensive of these measures was the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act, originally introduced as the Endless Frontier Act, which was framed as an ambitious effort to revamp U.S. funding for science and technology initiatives, especially in an effort to counter and compete with China. It was first passed by the Senate in June of last year, but has remained a source of protest for Beijing, which has criticized calls for sanctions on Chinese industries and support for those in Taiwan, a self-ruling island supported by the U.S. but claimed by China.

The bill is currently being weighed against the House of Representatives' America COMPETES Act of 2022, which includes similar provisions aimed at competing with China, and was most recently passed by the Senate in March. Conservatives have pushed for even harsher legislation against Beijing through proposals such as the Countering Communist China Act introduced by the House in July of last year.

One act concerning China that has since been signed into law is the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act, which was endorsed by Biden in December. The move sought to prevent the import of products manufactured under conditions the U.S. has described as a violation of human rights tied to China's policies toward the largely Muslim Uyghur minority in the northwestern Chinese province, where Beijing has long denied Washington's allegations of "genocide."

Even the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, part of Biden's $4 trillion American Jobs Plan and signed into law in November, scrutinized the potential role of labor practices in Xinjiang on the import of electric vehicle components, and restricted the use of funds for fiber optic cable and optical transmission equipment manufactured in China.

While the U.S. relationship with China has remained tense since Biden came to office nearly a year and a half ago, leaders from both sides have recognized the need to responsibly manage their dynamic. There has been a noticeable uptick in high-level engagements between the two leading nations in recent months, even as the U.S. remains wary of China's neutral stance on Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine.

In another sign of potential headway, U.S. officials have suggested they were seeking to reconfigure tariffs levied against China as part of a trade war launched under the Trump administration. The apparent shift came as Biden sought ways to combat inflation at home.

Republican Senator Tommy Tuberville of Alabama looks at a map of Chinese territorial disputes in the East and South China Seas as well as on the border with India as National Intelligence Director Avril Haines and Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lieutenant General Scott Berrier testify before the Senate Armed Services Committee on May 10 in Washington, D.C. Getty

But geopolitical frictions remain a core obstacle to bringing about better U.S.-China ties, especially as the Biden administration showcased an "Indo-Pacific" strategy, widely viewed as a project to supplant the influence of Beijing in the region with that of Washington. Expanding ties with Taiwan were an especially sensitive issue, and have been discussed at length by Chinese officials.

Accusing Washington of supporting pro-"independence" forces in Taipei, People's Liberation Army Eastern Theater Command spokesperson Colonel Shi Yi announced Friday that Chinese forces held aerial and maritime exercises around Taiwan.

Meanwhile, the U.S. continues to lead the world's largest annual naval exercise, Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC), from which China was expelled in 2018.

U.S. Pacific Fleet commander Navy Admiral Samuel Paparo told a press briefing Saturday that the latest installation of the drills, which began late last month, "is not oriented against any particular nation-state actor."

At the same time, however, he did state that the training "does demonstrate the solidarity of all its participants to the international rules-based order and the principles of sovereignty, of freedom of the seas, of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, and against what otherwise would be expansionist activities."

The State Department spokesperson with whom Newsweek spoke said "our vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific excludes no nation, and we are committed to making this region connected, prosperous, secure, and resilient"—with room for a potential role for Beijing as well.

"We welcome contributions by the People's Republic of China to regional development, so long as those contributions adhere to high standards, the spokesperson said.

And though growing U.S. engagement with Taiwan, with which Washington severed ties in favor diplomatic relations in 1979, remained in the spotlight, especially after Biden appeared in May to to once again declare a U.S. commitment to defend the island in the event of an attack from China, the administration has repeatedly emphasized that there was no change in Washington's policy.

The State Department spokesperson said Blinken again conveyed U.S commitment to existing arrangements that dictate Washington's relationships with both Beijing and Taipei during his latest encounter with his Chinese counterpart.

"The Secretary has reiterated our commitment to the One China policy, which is guided by the Taiwan Relations Act, the Three Joint Communiques, and Six Assurances," the spokesperson said. "Our One China policy has fostered peace and prosperity in the region for over 40 years across multiple administrations from both parties."

"We have an abiding interest in peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait," the spokesperson added, "and we have made clear that Taiwan's future should be determined peacefully in accordance with the wishes and best interests of the people in Taiwan."

This article has been updated to include comments from a spokesperson for the U.S. State Department.

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Killexams : Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE Now Underway — Enticing Cash Prizes Up for Grabs Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE Now Underway -- Enticing Cash Prizes Up for Grabs

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SHENZHEN, China, July 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2022 Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE was officially launched recently and opened to online registration, with all full-time students who are formally enrolled at a higher-education institution now eligible to enroll in the competition, and compete for US$210,000 in prize money. The competition is jointly held by the Jiangsu Association of Artificial Intelligence (JSAI), Huawei Consumer Cloud Service Department, and Huawei Nanjing Research Center, and aims to engage with aspiring young developers who share a passion for AI, as well as a commitment to applying AI to more scenarios for a fully connected, intelligent world.

The Huawei GLOBAL AI CHALLENGE is now in its fourth consecutive year since its start in 2019, and had attracted 2,500+ algorithm submissions, from nearly 8,000 teams in 45 countries and regions over its first three years. More than 150 contestants have been awarded. A number of outstanding contestants from the top universities and colleges in China were enrolled by Huawei. The competition marries theory with practice, bringing together young talent to nurture new AI technologies in both a theoretical and practical sense.

Wang Yue, President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service Application Ecosystem BU, set forth the competition's lofty ambitions, noting, "The development of AI has ushered in an era of ubiquitous intelligence. We aim to inspire global campus talent to explore new AI frontiers, and solve global problems."

Advice from internationally renowned experts and Huawei professionals

The competition has been enriched by the contributions of acclaimed international AI experts, who provide contestants with advice and mentorships. This year's slate of experts includes Zhi-Hua Zhou, Professor and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Technology at Nanjing University and a foreign member of the Academy of Europe; Pascal Van Hentenryck, AAAI Fellow, A. Russell Chandler III Chair, and Professor at the H. Milton Stewart School; and Giuseppe De Giacomo, AAAI Fellow, ACM Fellow, and Full Professor at Sapienza University of Rome. Their expertise will bring an element of industry authority to the competition, and promote industrial and academic achievements, as well as research.

Three contest proposals, addressing real world challenges

Experts assessed potential contest proposals using the following five criteria: technical innovation, practical value, risk assessment, popularity, and difficulty, and ultimately settled on three proposals, encompassing practical application of AI in ad recommendations, mapping, and interactive media services. The first proposal is "knowledge-driven spoken dialogue"; the second proposal is "intelligent quality inspection of lane rendering data"; the last proposal is "CTR prediction through cross-domain data from ads and news feeds".

Prize money up for grabs

The contest was opened to registration on June 24, and will include preliminary (June 24 to August 24) and elite final (September 3 to mid-September) stages. Following an online competition in the preliminary stage, seven teams will be selected from each proposal to enter the elite final, where a total of 21 teams for the three proposals will compete for cash prizes via an online competition and presentation.

Huawei's Shining Star Program has set aside a total of US$210,000 as prize money for the contest, which will be distributed to the top seven teams for each of the three proposals. The champion will be awarded US$35,000, the first runner-up US$15,000, and the second runner-up US$10,000. In addition, four teams will earn an honorary mention, which entitles them to US$2,500.

Huawei warmly invites all student developers who are daring enough to challenge themselves, to showcase their best work to the wider world.

Click here to register today!

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Killexams : Admitad wins Huawei Partner of The Year and takes collaboration to the next level

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HEILBRONN, Germany, Aug. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- After a year of building numerous partnerships with brands across Europe, US, UK and Canada, IT-company Admitad and tech giant Huawei have decided to widen the geography of their cooperation. Companies are in the final stages of signing contracts that will cover the rest of the world, including promising regions like MENA, LATAM and others.

Earlier this year, Petal Search, a mobile search engine by Huawei, honoured Admitad with their Partner of the Year award. The amount of GMV generated by Petal Search users making online purchases through Admitad advertisers' stores doubled in H1 of 2022. Widening of collaboration will enable Petal Search to select partners from a full list of more than 30,000 brands and merchants across the globe.

Through PetalSearch, Admitad's advertisers gain exclusive access to the 40 million monthly active users of Huawei Petal Search across 170 coutries, and more than 28 million monthly active users of Petal Maps.

The team behind Petal Search has the ambition of taking their rightful place among the world's top-tier search engines, shaking the market dominance of the likes of Google and Bing.

"Currently, the ads environment is configured in a way that not a single new search engine can survive without the support of these major dominant players. That´s not good. This is one of the reasons we decided to team up with Admitad. They provide our solution with additional monetisation options and an alternative way to develop our text ads service - through partnerships and direct collaborations with brands of all grades. Due to their level of flexibility and agility, we treat Admitad as an essential partner in our product innovation," explains Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, VP Huawei Mobile Services Europe.

CEO and founder of Admitad, Alexander Bachmann, notes the success of the current cooperation - the number of monthly clicks on advertisers' sites often ran into the tens of millions.

"We are thrilled to support the birth of a new 'supernova' in the search engine market. The Petal Search team is actively trying out new approaches, harnessing the expertise of Admitad managers and, as a result, users have a positive perception of customised ads. This is confirmed by their willingness to spend more - the AOV of Huawei customers is around $33, which is higher than the current average of $30 in partner marketing." - Alexander Bachmann

Huawei and Admitad expect an explosive growth of GMV in the second half of the year, especially Q4. By that time, the search engine will start partnerships with hundreds of new brands combined with a period of major sales. Another revenue-boosting factor will be a line of search engine monetisation tools that Admitad will roll out in the near future, including features inspired by their cooperation with Huawei.

Current plans include MonetizeSuggest, a tool for providing users research suggestions with embedded partner links, features based on data from various coupon and product feeds, and other useful options for search market players.

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Killexams : Malawi launches national data center No result found, try new keyword!The new Huawei-built facility will host all government-wide systems. Specifications of the data center were not shared. “This integrated infrastructure will allow interoperability between government ... Thu, 28 Jul 2022 01:11:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.datacenterdynamics.com/en/news/malawi-launches-national-data-center/ Killexams : HarmonyOS 3 Officially Announced: Much Smarter Than Before

It seems that it was yesterday when the US government released a number of sanctions against many China-based first-tier tech companies, including Huawei. Some predicted that Huawei will leave the market. But the Chinese company saw an opportunity in it. As a result, the company created its own operating system, namely HarmonyOS. Today, this firm held a new product launch conference and announced the third generation of the system, HarmonyOS 3.

As you know, HarmonyOS is not for mobile products only. It’s for IoT. And with this upgrade, the developers have further improved the system’s performance, privacy and security, and other features. The system will become available for many products starting in September.

However, we have to point out that there are up to six major upgrades. They refer to use by various terminals, the system ecology, Universal Card, smooth performance, privacy and security, and information accessibility.

HarmonyOS 3

HarmonyOS 3 HyperTerminal supports the collaboration of 12 types of smart devices. They include printers, smart glasses, and car machines. In addition to smartphones, devices such as smart screens and Windows 11 PCs can also become the central devices of HyperTerminal.

Now, HarmonyOS 3 supports the combination and collaboration of more smart devices. At the same time, the Harmony Zhilian platform provides multi-directional coverage, making the ecology richer and the home smarter.

Overall Performance

The PCs, monitors, and headsets can work together. For instance, when working on a PC, the screen can split into two parts. One of them will display the computer’s content, and the other will show the phone’s screen. This feature also makes various products such as printers and smartphones collaborate more smoothly.

Huawei OS

The system comes with a super frame game engine. Due to it, the power consumption of graphics rendering is reduced by 11%, and the operational response of super memory management applications is improved by 14%. In other words, HarmonyOS 3 will run more smoothly on more devices that have low storage and memory space.

Huawei’s smart screen has become the center of the smart home system. So you can use the remote control to switch between speakers and headphones. Plus, through the TVs, you can realize cross-terminal payment. The system comes with its own smart assistant that makes all operations much easier. You can use voice commands to turn on good music or make queries concerning the weather.

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As for connecting other products, you can link the watch with sports equipment. As a result, the sports data is synchronized in real-time.

We know that Huawei has been supplying software to some Chinese car makers. Now, HarmonyOS smart cockpit supports super desktop. In simple words, mobile applications will be usable on the car’s screen.


HarmonyOS 3 further improves the system architecture and user privacy and security. This was one of the main reasons why the US government banned Huawei. They were saying as the company uses its devices and software to collect various information concerning US citizens. We can’t insist that this was just an accusation. But now, Huawei pays more attention to privacy and security.

HarmonyOS 3 terminals

When saying it’s more secure, we mean the system now supports the privacy center, lock screen data access, high-frequency data access, and highly sensitive behavior; the security center supports virus killing, harassment interception, and anti-counterfeiting base station, etc. Lastly, there is an application control center, and it comes with image desensitization protection, AI privacy protection, etc.

Well, as we can see Huawei’s self-developed operating system is becoming more and more mature. And there is every reason to think that in the near future, there will be more products powered by this software. As for HarmonyOS 2, as of July this year, the number of devices running on this system exceeded 300 million.

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Killexams : FCC needs additional $3 billion to help US carriers replace Huawei and ZTE equipment

Removing Chinese equipment from American wireless networks will cost more than anticipated. On Friday, Federal Communications Commission Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel told Congress the agency needs an additional $3 billion to reimburse carriers that “rip and replace” their Huawei and ZTE infrastructure, reports Reuters.

In 2020, former President Donald Trump signed the Secure and Trusted Communications Networks Act, mandating that US telecoms replace any “suspect foreign network equipment” from their networks. The bill also required the FCC to create a program for compensating affected carriers. That same year, the agency estimated it would cost telecoms more than $1.8 billion to comply with the order, though it eventually set aside $1.9 billion for reimbursements.

After receiving 181 applications at the start of 2022, the FCC said US carriers had collectively asked for $5.6 billion to replace all their Huawei and ZTE equipment. On Friday, Rosenworcel said that funding “all reasonable and supported cost estimates” would cost a total of $4.98 billion, indicating the FCC found merit in the majority of claims it received at the start of the year.

"Absent an additional appropriation, the Commission will apply the prioritization scheme Congress specified," Rosenworcel said in a letter to the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. She added the FCC would begin processing reimbursements “as allocations are issued in the coming days.” Without additional funding from Congress, the FCC only has enough to reimburse companies about 40 percent of their costs.

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Killexams : Experts Gather For The 6Th MENA Spectrum Management Conference To Discuss Spectrum Allocation As 5G Rollouts Accelerate

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Middle East: The 6th MENA Spectrum Management Conference that was held last week gathered regulators, experts, telecom companies, and other ICT players to discuss key spectrum Topics for the MENA region and beyond. Held in a hybrid format, over a hundred attendees convened in-person and virtually from different countries among the regions. 

The conference opened with discussions regarding the future of the 6GHz band in the Arab region, the outlook for development regarding the use of the C-band and how emerging technologies meet the needs of existing users. It was also an opportunity to understand the future of the 470-694 MHz band while balancing the needs of all key users and the path beyond 5G, delivering the spectrum to power the next generation of wireless connectivity.

With the rapid growth of the demand for spectrum due to the surge of new services, spectrum management will be critical to ensuring consistent, affordable, and equitable connectivity. As such, reaching a consensus on spectrum management is key to addressing these forthcoming challenges.

“Radio spectrum is the most important element in the telecom sector. The experiences in UAE show that we have to have a proper frequency plan and regulations in order to accommodate the future need of the telecom sector,” explained Tariq Al Awadhi, Chairman of Arab Spectrum Management Group (ASMG). 

“The ASMG team in the Arab region are much active with ITU. We have a strong team in ASMG and we're all proud of it. Now the preparation for WRC is going very well. In the last three days, we had good meetings and updated our positions for agenda items during WRC-23. A good thing is that our team is already participating in working groups and study groups in ITU-R, and submitted various contributions.” 

“This is a good participation,” he concluded.

“We have reached an important stage of the WRC-23 preparation. ITU-R working parties and task groups are completing the technical studies for each agenda item,” said Mario Maniewicz, Director of Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU

With WRC-23 approaching, positive engagement on mid-band solutions for IMT will provide vital support to the harmonization of spectrum and supply clear technical guidance for regulators. Coordinated regional decisions will lead to a WRC which enables the future of 5G and supports wider broadband take-up by increasing capacity and reducing costs.

Asmae Lachhab, Senior Marketing and Solution Manager Huawei Northern Africa echoes these requirements by underlining that“5G development is gearing up globally, most of the countries have taken 5G in a strategic position to enable the national digitalization in coming decade. It is highly recommended that governments implement favorable industry and spectrum policies to facilitate the evolution of 5G in the MENA region.” 

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