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#MWC19: Huawei showcased the Balong 5000 5G multi-mode chipset

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At the recently concluded MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Huawei showcased the new Balong 5000 5G multi-mode chipset.
#MWC19: Huawei showcased the Balong 5000 5G multi-mode chipset
Balong 5000 in the flesh

A multi-mode chip with 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G support

Balong 5000 is the company's new chip that promises to deliver superior connectivity experience for the 5G era. It is a multi-mode chip that supports 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G networks on a single chip.

Baling 5000 has a peak download rate of 4.6 Gbps in the sub-6GHz frequency bands and up to 6.5 Gbps speeds in the millimeter wave (mmWave) frequency bands. In comparison, it is 10 times faster than top 4G TLE speeds in the market today.

The new multi-mode chip is also the world's first chipset to support the sub-6GHz 100MHz x 2CC bandwidth to meet carriers' diverse networking requirements and maximize the usage of their spectrum resources.

It is also the first chip in the industry to have NR TDD and FDD full spectrum support to utilize frequency band resources and stabilized mobile connection experience.

It is also the first in 5G chip with support for V2X which provides low-tency and highly-reliable connected vehicle solutions.

Huawei also claimed that the Balong 5000 is the first in the world with both standalone (SA, 5G independent networking) and non-standalone (NSA, 5G network deployment on the basis of LTE) networking modes.

In early 5G commercial use, Balong 5000 will provide a transitional solution for NSA. Then, it will lay a hardware foundation to establish 5G core network and its comprehensive migration to SA to accelerate 5G industry development and maturity.

To make sure that it will address the challenges of 5G, Huawei also launched the Balong 5000 technology R&D in 2015. This allowed the chup to be ready before 5G networks are commercialized.


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