Enabling the creation of new business, ecosystems, and opportunities, 5G features more diversified services and differentiated requirements in comparison to 4G. The connection of people requires a contiguous high-bandwidth network to provide a premium experience at greatly reduced per-bit costs. The connection of things also requires ubiquitous coverage to support the massive connectivity of IoT terminals. Industry connections, which are applied first in local scenarios, require capabilities such as flexible high uplink, low latency, and high-precision positioning to be deployed on demand. To meet these differentiated requirements, Huawei proposes "1+N" 5G target networks for full-spectrum evolution toward 5G and building a ubiquitous high-capacity foundation network, with high-bandwidth mid-bands as its core and other frequency bands to achieve differentiated benefits and on-demand overlay of 'N' capabilities.
At the 2020 Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF), Mr. Yang Chaobin, President of Huawei Wireless Network Solution, unveiled Huawei’s concept for future-oriented "1+N" 5G target networks and released a full series of 5G products to support building such networks.
"To embrace the approaching golden decade of 5G, we need to evolve our networks towards 5G with full spectrum and build one high-bandwidth simplified target network that ensures ubiquitous connectivity with on-demand overlay of 'N' capabilities," said Yang.