Win The Bid In Mobile 5G Big Order
Since last year, due to the crackdown by the United States and its Allies, as well as the recent American "ban", huawei's 5G business expansion in overseas markets has been seriously affected. This has also benefited huawei's competitors directly. On June 3, nokia announced it had secured 42 5G orders, more than huawei. However, recently, with the official issuance of 5G licenses in China and the acceleration of domestic 5G network construction, huawei has successfully overtaken nokia to regain the first place in terms of 5G orders.
In April this year, unicom also announced the procurement contract for 5G base stations, with Ericsson's quotation of 20.96 billion yuan, huawei's 28.14 billion yuan, zte's 26.75 billion yuan and nokia's 34.68 billion yuan. Subsequently, many online media reported that "China unicom abandoned huawei and chose Ericsson to sign a 20 billion order". However, according to the follow-up information, the final procurement contract ranking of China unicom is huawei first, zte second, Ericsson third, nokia fourth. Huawei's overall share is as high as 50%. China unicom's ultimate choice is not to leave Ericsson alone with a lower price.
According to the China academy of information and communications technology, China's wireless network operator will spend $223 billion on 5G networks between 2020 and 2025.
China's 5G investment in the first three years is expected to reach 450 billion yuan, according to the forecast by China securities. The total number of 5G stations in China in the first five years was about 2.8 million, while the total number of base stations in the world was about 4 million, which means that the number of 5G base stations in China accounted for nearly three-quarters of the world. China will have the world's largest 5G network by then.
As Chinese operators accelerate the construction of 5G networks, huawei, as the current leader in 5G technology in China's local 5G equipment supplier, may be the biggest beneficiary.