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China Mobile Pakistan First to Deploy Huawei SingleRAN Pro Network

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China Mobile Pakistan First to Deploy Huawei SingleRAN Pro Network The launch ceremony of SingleRAN Pro in April 2018, Image Credit: Huawei

Huawei announced that China Mobile Pakistan (CMPak) is the first operator in Pakistan to deploy its SingleRAN Pro solution.

CMPak deployed the 4T6S, CloudAIR2.0, and PowerStar solutions based on SingleRAN Pro to improve spectrum efficiency, maximize spectrum utilization and site value, quickly expand network capacity, and relieve traffic suppression. After the 4T6S solution is deployed, the single-site throughput increases by 90% and the single-user perceived rate doubles, claims Huawei.

CloudAIR2.0 allows GSM and LTE to dynamically share the 1.8-GHz spectrum, resolving the problem of insufficient LTE spectrum for CMPak. After CloudAIR2.0 is deployed, the LTE cell throughput increases by 20% and LTE user perceived rate increases by 40%, claims Huawei. By using technologies such as carrier shutdown, symbol power saving, and multi-RAT/multi-carrier service dynamic adjustment, PowerStar provides energy saving strategies that are the best for specific services. In this way, the overall energy consumed can be reduced by up to 8%.

Huawei says SingleRAN Pro solution can help operators cope with the challenges of capacity and service evolution and improve business competitiveness.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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