Due to well-known reasons, Sweden’s postal and Telecommunications Administration, the “permanent neutral” country, rejected Huawei and ZTE, two Chinese telecom equipment suppliers, in the process of spectrum auction in 2020.
Ericsson, the Swedish telecom giant, has repeatedly publicly opposed this. You know, Ericsson is a competitor of Huawei in the field of global communication equipment. However, many people are slightly surprised by the public support for Huawei this time.
It seems that Ericsson’s move is also to keep the Chinese market as much as possible.
Moreover, even with Ericsson’s support and Swedish postal and telecom management’s acceptance of Huawei, Ericsson’s advantage in the number of global 5g business orders still remains.
Since the announcement of 91 commercial contracts in early 2020, Huawei has never updated its performance. In contrast to Ericsson and Nokia, the number of 5g commercial contracts is updated very frequently.
According to the latest data officially released by Ericsson, Ericsson has won 131 5g commercial orders worldwide. Ericsson is the number one in the world in terms of quantity.
According to official information, 79 5g commercial networks are in operation in these 131 commercial contracts, covering 40 countries around the world.
However, although Ericsson has the largest number of 5g commercial orders in the world, Huawei 5g has core advantages.
In February this year, iplytics, an international well-known patent data company, released the report “the leader of 5g patent competition”. In the report, there is a list of 5g patents.
According to the list, Huawei, a Chinese communications giant, is firmly at the top of the list with 15.39% of its applications, far ahead of its competitors. Qualcomm, which has always been famous for its patent advantages, ranks second with 11.24% of patent applications.
Ericsson, which has the largest number of 5g business orders in the world, ranks seventh with 4.35% of patent applications.
Obviously, Huawei has firmly grasped its core advantages when its overseas business expansion is hindered.
It is worth mentioning that Huawei has more advantages than that. Huawei has been rejected by many countries, though it is affected by some unspoken factors.
However, according to Ding Yun, a senior executive of Huawei, Huawei currently carries more than half of the 140 commercial 5g network construction tasks in 59 countries and regions around the world.
In addition, Huawei 5g has also made outstanding achievements in industrial application. According to official data, Huawei has deployed 5g demonstration applications in the global market, covering more than 20 industries.
At the same time, Huawei has won more than 1000 5g industry application contracts from global operators.
As the 5g network becomes more and more perfect, Huawei has gained a leading advantage in industrial application, which will become the new base and power of Huawei.
Editor in charge: Tzh