Huawei Releases the Autonomous Driving Mobile Network Solution MAE

Huawei Releases the Autonomous Driving Mobile Network Solution MAE

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Huawei officially released the Mobile Automation Engine (MAE) solution, which accelerates full-scenario autonomous driving in mobile networks.

"Drawing on the concept of autonomous driving levels, telecom operators need to approach full network automation by-scenario and by-level based on the O&M workflow," said Zhou Yuefeng, CMO of Huawei Wireless Solution. "We have recently released the white paper Key Scenarios of Autonomous Driving Mobile Network, which describes seven key scenarios, such as base station deployment and network performance improvement, to unify industry consensus and gradually realize automation of these key scenarios," added Zhou.

The MAE solution carries three major concepts: All-Scenario Oriented, AI Inside, and Autonomy by Layer. Huawei's first wireless automation roundtable attracted a wide range of participants from industry partners, including operators, associations, and analyst organizations. It is agreed that all parties should make full use of their advantages and collaborate together to make network automation a reality.

"Huawei's MAE solution has shown its values in some key scenarios through the practice with our customers, bringing confidence to the industry," said Zhou. He concluded, "Let us accelerate the application of AI in mobile networks, jointly promote autonomous driving networks, and embrace the fully connected, intelligent world."

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