A team work between Huawei and the Chinese operators, represented by China Mobile, has achieved a historic point in the telecommunications deployment. The team has Enabled 5G coverage in Everest mountain, the highest point on the Earth and the most challenging peak for mountaineers in all the world.
The agreement signed by Huawei and the Chinese operators target to install 5G towers throughout the Himalaya chain of mountains. During April 19, teams from the two companies installed various telecommunication towers to cover in two Everest camps, located at 5,300 and 5,800 meters, according to the Global times.
In total, this target required the installment of five 5G NSA and SA towers of up to 1 gigabit per second at different points in the area. The next step in this crusade will be the installation of a new antenna placed at 6,500 meters on April 25.To complete this task, 150 people worked for the installation of 8 tons of material. That was a hard job due to the tough geographical conditions. With the desire not to further damage the environment. However, Huawei is known for its ability to install data connectivity in tough areas.Recall that Everest, whose peak rises to 8,848 meters above sea level, has already 4G coverage science 2013. So that mountaineers are able to bring HD video transmissions to the base camps.
“We call it ‘mission impossible’ because the challenges are formidable. How can we ensure a stable 5G network? Then how can we guarantee electricity supply for 5G stations in extreme weather conditions? How can we ensure cables don’t snap at -20 C?” Xiang Ligang, a veteran telecoms industry analyst in Beijing, told the Global Times.By overcoming these difficulties and building the world’s highest 5G base stations, China has shown the world its leading 5G technology and capacity. analysts said. “This marks a milestone in China’s 5G rollout,” Xiang stressed.