Huawei divulges the 5G CPE Pro router with Wi-Fi 6, it utilizes the new Balong 5000 chipset
Huawei wants to be a one-stop shop for all things 5G. It uncovered the Balong 5000 chipset and the world's first 5G core chip, the Tiangang.
The Balong 5000 is a multi-mode modem supporting 2G, 3G, 4, and 5G and will be utilized in anything from smartphones to vehicles. Its first application is in the Huawei 5G CPE Pro router.
It underpins both sub-6GHz 5G where it accomplishes velocities of up to 4.6Gbps just as mmWave where it goes up to 6.5Gbps. That is quite quick for the router's Wi-Fi 6, which beat out at 4.8Gbps.
Long story short, you can download a 1GB file in 3 seconds and blow through your information top in a matter of moments.
For autos, the Balong 5000 offers vehicle-to-everything (V2X) correspondence that enables vehicles to interface with different vehicles, the electrical matrix (for charging electric vehicles) and even people on foot.
The chip can work in both standalone and non-standalone 5G modes. The last uses existing 4G networks as a backbone (while providing cutting edge speeds where accessible) and will be utilized amid the transitional period.
Talking about, the Tiangang 5G core chip includes different improvements that mean a 5G base station can be introduced in a fraction of the time it took to send a 4G station. The chip underpins dynamic radio wires that are half littler, 23% lighter and utilize 21% less power than past plans.
It has 2.5x the computational limit of past chips and one Tiangang can control 64 channels and up to 200MHz of bandwidth.
For the backend, Huawei has built up an AI-controlled server farm switch, which promises zero bundle misfortune on Ethernet networks and start to finish inertness of under 10 milliseconds.
Coincidentally, you can watch Huawei's 5G Launch and Pre-MWC Briefing occasion here.
PS. Huawei revealed its first customer 5G router in February a year ago, the 5G CPE router with Balong 5G01 chipset.