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Cina. Huawei commercializza con Deutsche Telekom il primo device 5Gnr.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2017-09-22.

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Cercheremo di semplificare al massimo un problema complesso, anche a costo di essere riduttivi: il nostro obiettivo è quello di farci capire da parte di un pubblico utente e non interessato al lato tecnico, ma non per questo sprovveduto.

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È comune esperienza che le comunicazioni senza filo siano comode ed anche più economiche perché non necessitano della messa in opera di cavi: quello che spesso è riferito come l’ultimo miglio.

Per ottenere questo risultato sono necessarie due componenti.

La prima componente è una rete di emittenti, le colonnine nel caso dei telefoni cellulari, regolarmente collocate in modo tale da coprire tutto il territorio di interesse.

La seconda componente è costituita dai terminali mobili. Siano essi cellulari, siano essi calcolatori, devono in ogni caso essere collegabili alle colonnine.

In altri termini, gli strumenti della rete fissa e quelli della rete mobile devono essere compatibili e formano un tutto unico.

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All’utente finale ciò che realmente importa sono alcuni fattori nodali:

– un’ottima copertura del territorio;

– la buona affidabilità del funzionamento del sistema;

– la velocità di trasmissione;

– la economicità della soluzione adottata.

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La Huawei è riuscita a concepire, progettare e costruire una rete che può colloquiare stabilmente ad una velocità che supera ampiamente quella delle soluzioni attualmente in uso.

«In collaboration with Huawei, Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced Europe’s first 5G connection based on the latest 3GPP standard»

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«On DT’s commercial network in central Berlin, the network has gone live with a 5G connection at over two gigabits per second and a low latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 gigahertz spectrum link»

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«Powered by Huawei user equipment using 3GPP specifications for 5G New Radio (NR), the deployment on commercial sites is the first in Europe and marks an important advancement in the global development of 5G.»

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«5G is essentially a revolutionary paradigm shift in wireless networking to support the throughput, latency and scalability requirements of future use cases such as extreme bandwidth augmented reality applications and connectivity management for Billions of M2M (Machine to Machine) devices»

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«With large scale commercial deployments …. we estimate that 5G networks will generate nearly $250 Billion in annual service»

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Sono anni che in Occidente Silicon Valley e succedanei annunciano mirabolanti previsioni di future linee di trasmissione ad altissima velocità. Il tempo futuro è quello costantemente ricorrente nei loro annunci. “Faremo” è il loro motto: “ho fatto” suona di conservatore.

“Dateci sempre più fondi, e noi faremo.”

Per l’intanto, fiumi di denaro pubblico sono stati profusi sulla Silicon Valley, che aveva promesso di risolvere il problema entro, più o meno, il 2025.

Huawei ha adesso spiazzato tutti.

Senza annunci e clamori, ha sviluppato la teoria fisica che sottende le trasmissioni ultraveloci, ha trasferito i risultati della ricerca pura a quelle tecnologica, ed alla fine è uscita con un prodotto commercializzabile a costi contenuti. Questo ultimo è il punto cardine: produrre innovazione a prezzi accessibili alla grande utenza.

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A nessuno sarà però sfuggito il vero risultato ottenuti dai cinesi della Huawei.

Essendo il loro sistema disponibile, la rete mondiale non tarderà ad adeguarvisi: la tecnologia cinese andrà a sostituire quella americana in un settore strategico sia per la vita civile sia per quella militare.

In altri termini: imponendosi come standard, la Huawei diventerà molto difficilmente scalzabile dal mercato.

Questo è uno smacco evidente per l’America, e dovrebbe far pensare a fondo su quanto sia efficiente il sistema universitario occidentale: questo aveva un predominio assoluto e nel breve volgere di meno di trenta anni lo ha perso.

Né ci consola il fatto che le università americane siano diventate “santuari

«A sanctuary campus is any college or university in the United States that adopts policies to protect members of the campus community who are undocumented immigrants. The term is modeled after “sanctuary city”, a status that has been adopted by over 30 municipalities. ….

In November 2016, students around the country staged demonstrations, walk-outs, and sit-ins in an effort to push their schools to declare themselves a “sanctuary campus” from President-elect Donald Trump’s planned immigration policy of mass deportations. The Stanford, Rutgers, and St. Mary’s protests on November 15, 2016 were among the first.»

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L’idea di rimpiazzare un ricercatore con un immigrato illetterato è davvero pellegrina. Per non parlare poi delle ‘quote rosa‘: le università americane sono adesso quasi tutte al femminile e non producono più nulla, con grande soddisfazione dei cinesi.


Huawei. 2017-09-14. Deutsche Telekom and Huawei Go Live with Europe’s First 5G Connection

In collaboration with Huawei, Deutsche Telekom (DT) announced Europe’s first 5G connection based on the latest 3GPP standard.

Deutsche Telekom’s network in Germany is 5G Ready:

On DT’s commercial network in central Berlin, the network has gone live with a 5G connection at over two gigabits per second and a low latency of three milliseconds over a 3.7 gigahertz spectrum link. Powered by Huawei user equipment using 3GPP specifications for 5G New Radio (NR), the deployment on commercial sites is the first in Europe and marks an important advancement in the global development of 5G.

“5G new radio will be critical for meeting our customers’ ever-increasing connectivity requirements that are steadily growing with more and more network connections,” said Claudia Nemat, Deutsche Telekom Board member for Technology and Innovation. “Our achievement demonstrates the feasibility of our plans to deliver a superior, new customer experience.”

Taihua Deng, President Wireless Network, Huawei, said, “As long time partners, both Deutsche Telekom Group and Huawei have joined hands to successfully test 5G NR equipment in field environments based on the latest 3GPP R15 standards. These achievements highlight the capabilities of the 5G NR equipment to meet operators’ requirements for addressing new business opportunities for end users. Huawei is confident that the partnership with Deutsche Telekom can fully prepare the commercial launch of 5GNR services in Europe by 2020 thanks to 3GPP standardization efforts.”

The implementation in a live real-world setting in central Berlin using Huawei equipment and software is based on pre-standard 5G that closely tracks the 3GPP global standard for so-called ‘Non-Standalone New Radio’. With the Non-Standalone 5G NR mode for enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) use-case, it is meant that the connection is anchored in LTE while 5G NR carriers are used to boost data-rates and reduce latency. Therefore, 5G new radio will be deployed with the evolution of 4G LTE as the baseline for wide-area broadband coverage. The specifications enabling that system will be complete by December 2017 as part of the first drop of 3GPP Release 15.

5G New Radio has characteristics that make it ideal to meet the sub 6 GHz mid-band needs for 5G applications that will require mobility support, wide-area coverage, as well as multi-gigabit throughput speeds and millisecond low latency.

“With this real-world achievement, Deutsche Telekom is making its first important step towards a 5G network launch,” said Bruno Jacobfeuerborn, CTO, Deutsche Telekom. “When the standard is defined, we will trial it in 2018 to prepare the ground for a wider deployment of commercial sites and the offering of devices for the mass market as they become available.”

5G Experience Day

The DT and Huawei joint implementation was conducted as part of Deutsche Telekom’s 5G:haus innovation partnership to advance 5G development to make the standard a global success. Both companies look forward to demonstrating this technical breakthrough and the innovative applications it enables during the 5G Experience Day in Berlin on October 12, 2017.


Cision. 2016-03-01. 5G Wireless Market Worth $250 Billion by 2025: $6 Billion Spend Forecast on R&D for 2015-2020

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