Huawei to develop 5G infastructure in Malaysia

The 5G era is here and it is expected to bring more impact to our daily life. From AR, AI, self driving cars, seamless online gameplay to medical aid, 5G enables application with a 4G network speed can’t be done. Huawei will be deploying 5G network in Malaysia next year.

They have cooperated with local correspondent Maxis and Celcom. At the Malaysia 5G exhibition held in April, they and Maxis jointly demonstrated the holographic video call and the robotic arm that is synchronized with the human hand. These technologies are all blessed in the 5G network. Smooth operation with low latency is achieved.

Furthermore, the emergence of 5G networks will have a great impact on medical, production, public safety, transportation, education and even agriculture. Huawei, for example, points out that 5G technology allows farmers to view soil conditions and emergency personnel anytime, anywhere. Or the police can improve their work efficiency through robots or drones.


In terms of medical treatment, the low-latency characteristics of the 5G network, supplemented by the mechanical arm mentioned above, also make remote surgery possible, allowing doctors to save the patient even if they don’t have to arrive at the scene, and will not be in the process. Therefore, the efficiency is reduced. Finally, the most direct impact of the high-speed + low-latency feature is that our daily downloads and streaming become faster and smoother. We can enjoy a higher quality video experience, low-latency game streaming, and CCTV transmission. Quality will also improve.