The headquarters of Huawei in China, have a special area filled with a variety of prototypes of their technology. Starting from the technology of cellular relay towers, a powerful tool for hospitals, to smart phones and tablet PC based on Android.
Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen, China, consists of many tall buildings in a vast area. Each building devoted to the different divisions and interests.
Special to the room located on building the latest technology Research and Development. When in this area, each group will be accompanied by staff of Huawei to clarify what is the technology they develop.
Beginning with the claimed technology getting smarter BTS. Huawei explained that they had a breakthrough that makes cellular relay towers is more power efficient and sophisticated.
First, there is a tower that has been put on solar power so it uses less energy and costs. “Consumption of energy is only about 700 watts,” said Huawei staff who lead the band.
In this place also demonstrated an amplifier sinyaklyang tower and claimed to be suitable to be placed in the center of town, or in areas with high activity.
Continue to the device there are a variety of Android phones and tablet PCs that have been launched Huawei. There Ascend D Quad, which claimed the fastest Android phones, Android phones and there are dozens of others, both in the global marketplace, or just for the China region.
Not only mobile phones, in this area Huawei also showcased a number of chips they have created. One chip is claimed to be the smallest LTE worldwide.
“We managed to make the world’s first LTE chip with 28nm fabrication,” said the officer explained.
Then in a special area seabrek Enterprise Huawei showcased a powerful tool for the industry. There is telepresence, which allows to perform high-resolution video via conference with several people at once.
Then there are CCTV cameras described are suitable for industries with high levels of security. Here the camera is used to detect motion and perform zooming up to a hundred meters.
Exhibition area to spend one-story almost every day to receive the group, even on weekends. But unfortunately the visitors are not allowed to take pictures.