Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is one of the leading companies in 5G development. Certainly, the company’s 5G solution is quite advanced and many manufacturers need its solution. According to Huawei’s official website, the company has signed a contract with 18 car companies to set up a “5G car ecosystem”. This deal is targeted at accelerating the commercialization of 5G technology in the automotive industry.
The companies involved in this contract includes;
- FAW Group (FAW Hongqi, FAW Pentium, FAW Liberation)
- Changan Automobile
- Dongfeng Group (Dongfeng Passenger Car, Dongfeng Xiaokang)
- SAIC Group (SAIC Passenger Vehicle, SAIC-GM-Wuling)
- GAC Group (GAC New Energy)
- BAIC Group (BAIC New Energy)
- Great Wall Motor
- Chery Holdings
- JAC, Yutong (Bus)
- Nanjing Iveco
- Jinkang Seris
- T3 Travel
According to Huawei, 5G vehicles have become a strategic commanding height and a hotspot for innovation in the development of the automotive industry. The high speed, low latency, and high reliability of 5G technology will launch new imagination spaces for scenarios such as intelligent network connectivity, intelligent transportation, and autonomous driving.
The new driving experience and entertainment experience that consumers can get, as well as the entire experience of people, cars, and homes, are the key points of future innovation of 5G cars.
Huawei Leads In 5G Technology
Since the release of the world’s first 5G vehicle module MH5000 in April 2019, Huawei has provided 5G vehicle terminal T-Box platform and other products and technologies to partners and many car companies to support 5G vehicles.
Furthermore, the long-term cooperation of Huawei with these companies will see some breakthroughs in 5G care technology. Above all, the ultimate aim for this is for consumers to fully enjoy the super experience brought by 5G cars.
Also, the 5G automotive ecosystem welcomes more car companies and partners to join. Finally, many companies are ready to work together for the prosperity and growth of the 5G automotive industry and ecology.