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Huawei NearLink is here to replace Bluetooth

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Huawei has recently unveiled its latest generation of short-range wireless connection technology called NearLink. This new technology is way faster than Bluetooth and can be used as a standard connection technology for future devices.

Despite being blacklisted by the US government, Huawei is still coming up with innovations. The company was blocked from operating in some major Western countries over its suspicious ties with the Chinese government. However, Huawei is one of the best-selling smartphone brands in its home country China. And plays an essential role in pushing China’s tech industry forward.

Huawei’s new short-range wireless connection technology is said to be the result of collaborating with over 300 leading enterprises and institutions in China and abroad. NearLink packs the benefits of traditional wireless technologies such as Bluetooth and WIFI. The result is a connection technology that’s much faster and more reliable.

Huawei introduces NearLink as the next generation of short-range wireless connection technology

According to the company’s explanations, NearLink is six times faster than conventional communication technologies and offers a 1/30 delay. Additionally, it consumes 60% less energy while supporting a ten times higher number of network connections. Business sectors like consumer electronics, smart homes, electric vehicles, and industrial smart manufacturing can benefit from NearLink connectivity to a large extent.

On paper, NearLink’s capabilities seem pretty impressive and promise a massive leap for the wireless industry. As for industrial use, NearLink can provide lower latency. In addition to lower power consumption, wider coverage, and safer connection technologies to smartphones, PCs, and cars.

Huawei is still banned from operating in the US and some EU markets. Given the current tensions between Western countries and China, it’s so unlikely that Huawei could return to these markets anytime soon. Despite that, we can’t turn a blind eye to the Huawei innovations like NearLink, low cost 5G equipment, or even HarmonyOS.

HarmonyOS strives to offer a seamless experience to Huawei customers and fill the Android gap for them. Innovations like NearLink can stoke interest in this novice operating system. But the fact is HarmonyOS can never catch up with Android or iOS in terms of developer’s community, availability of apps, etc.


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