Huawei launches 4K ultra HD video offering

Huawei has launched a new 4K ultra HD streaming video offering during its Big Video Summit in Indonesia.

The vendor recently successfully trialed the technology in collaboration with Telkom Indonesia.

Huawei's 4K technology combines fiber broadband and 4K ultra HD video services to help operators develop innovative new broadband and video services.

At the summit, held in Jakarta last week, more than 250 industry executives from governments, mobile operators, service and content providers and consulting companies met to discuss the future of Big Video in APAC.

During a keynote presentation, Telkom VP ISG Pramasaleh Hario Utomo laid out the operator's video-centric network strategy.

Grey Juice Lab VP of business development for APAC Chairil Anwar also pointed out that the 4K industry chain is maturing, and predicted that 2016 will be the inflection point for 4K ultra high definition video.

The event was inaugurated by Huawei Indonesia CEO Sheng Kai, Huawei South Pacidic CMO Lim Chee Siong, Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Information Technology acting director general of ICT resources Basuki Yusuf Iskanda and PRC economic and commercial counselor for Indonesia Wang Liping.

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