ISLAMABAD – Huawei on Thursday announced that it has been elected to join board of 5G Infrastructure Association in Europe at General Assembly held in Bologna.
The company will be represented by Dr David Soldani of Huawei European Research Centre. The 5G Infrastructure Association represents private party of the 5G Public and Private Partnership (5G-PPP), a 1.4 billion joint initiative between European ICT industry and the European Commission, aiming at materializing the next generation of communication networks that will deliver ubiquitous super-fast connectivity for Europe and other parts of the globe.
Huawei will place significant effort in driving 5G foundational technology research, tests and large scale trials in collaboration with partners to assess the technical feasibility and business viability of new 5G technologies. It will also help to formulate and implement a 5G communications plan with partners and to disseminate results at a global level.
The company will play an important advisory role for 5G Infrastructure Association, contributing to shaping European Union (EU) priorities in 5G research and extending the dialogue to a wider group of stakeholders. Huawei will work with the European Commission and industry partners to align the work of the 5G Infrastructure Association, the 5G-PPP, the NetWorld2020 European Technology Platform and various related working groups with stakeholders expectations.
The 5G Infrastructure Association is as an international non-profit association based in Gent, Belgium. The association conducts research on 5G communication systems and networks, the preparation of global standards related to 5G as well as regulatory discussions on topics including future frequency bands.