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Huawei Exhibits Wireless Modules and Solutions Range at CeBIT 2012

May 26, 2012


Source: Telecom Lead

Telecom Lead Asia: Chinese gear maker Huawei is showcasing its diversified wireless module and solutions at CeBIT 2012.

The company is exhibiting its modules of wireless terminals, consumer electronics as well as its entry into the M2M solutions field. Its CE modules include the world's slimmest and most compact modules - the MU733 and MU739 modules.

The company is also exhibiting its EM820W which incorporates GPS functionality.

The company said that it is poised to capitalize on the huge market potential for wireless modules and solutions, as it is has the biggest portfolio of mobile broadband terminals.

The MU733 and MU739 modules support UMTS 5- band global roaming and are slimmer and smaller compared with HSPA+ modules on the market, while consuming less power and emitting less heat.

The MU733 and MU739 modules will be incorporated into a wide range of PC and CE products, including notebooks, smart phones, tablet computers, e-books, navigation devices, and PDAs.

In addition, Huawei is showcasing its M2M modules, MU509 and MG323-B, which are aimed at a broad range of industries.

"Huawei is determined to become the industry's partner of choice for CE/M2M, and will work with our partners to build a smarter planet," said Liu Xiaobin, vice president, Huawei Device's mobile broadband product line.

The company said that it is collaborating closely with industry partners in the field of consumer electronics, and has started to deliver competitive solutions in the M2M field, especially for the smart metering and telematics industries.

Huawei has also launched multiple enterprise products at CeBIT 2012. The new products will assist the Chinese gear maker to increase revenue from enterprise business. Huawei Enterprise global sales contracts totaled $3.8 billion in 2011, up from $2 billion in 2010.