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Hose Aquinas made his personal history of setting his own feet on the "moon". "My dream has come true, and it's so real!" said the astounded Spanish businessman who was among the scores of visitors lining up at the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei's Wireless X Labs at the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. Photo taken on Feb. 26, 2018 shows the 5G technologies on a car at the Intel's booth during the 2018 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona,Spain. The four-day 2018 MWC opened on Monday. (Xinhua/Guo Qiuda) Drawn by the latest 5G Computer Graphics (CG) Cloud technologies developed by Huawei and its partners, visitors seem more than eager to experience the real-time virtual reality of landing on the moon in a lunar module, opening the door, walking on the moon surface and picking up sample rocks. As one of the pioneers in the industry, Huawei relocates the process of image rendering to cloud with its CG cloud VR demo, allowing VR experience to be free of cables used in many other VR games. "I never thought my life can be changed just like that," Aquina told Xinhua, "5G and

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cloud technologies offer so many new possibilities." The moon landing VR experience is just a taste of what future looks like with G5 and cloud technologies. Unlike the time of 2G and 3G, the era of 5G is increasingly shaped with substantial contributions from the Chinese firms which are moving to lead the telecommunication industry. At the MWC, Chinese companies, including Huawei, ZTE and Alibaba, presented the latest technologies and solutions for 5G, All-Cloud network, video and Internet of Things (IoT). Huawei alone will launch more than 20 cutting-edge products during the four-day event, including an Intent-driven Network and the AUTIN digital OM platform, showcasing the results with its over 300 partners in a bid to embark

on the roads to a fully-connected intelligent world. "5G standards and technologies are maturing. As market demand continues to grow, Huawei plans to launch a full range of end-to-end 5G products, including customer premise equipment, to help carriers get a head start on 5G," said Ken Hu, Huawei Rotating CEO. "The ultimate goal is to build a fully connected, intelligent world," Hu said. At Huawei's 6,300-square-km futuristic main booth under a blue lighted ceiling, throngs of visitors are keen to experience various innovative products and solutions, including its slim and sleek 5G base station and a smart city model with water supply, sharing bicycle, manhole cover and street parking all fully intelligently connected. "Life could be so much different with these technologies," said British visitor Kerry Robinson. "Like this smart manhole cover really ans


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