Huawei, and its Fortune Global 500 partners and customers showcased jointly-developed ICT solutions driving digital transformation at HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, which kicked off in Shanghai. Huawei also unveiled its “Platform + Connection + Ecosystem” strategy designed to promote development of an enterprise-level Internet of Things (IoT).
Diana Yuan, President of Marketing and Solution Sales for Huawei’s Enterprise Business Group said, “As an innovation-oriented company, Huawei is also speeding up implementation of its own digitization strategy and will share its transformation best practices with the industry. Huawei Enterprise Business Group’s capabilities are steadily growing and helping customers gain a competitive advantage and achieve business success through digital transformation. To date, 197 companies on the Fortune Global 500 list and 45 of the top 100 enterprises have chosen Huawei as their partner for digital transformation, a testimony to the strength of our strategy and solutions.”
This year, Huawei released a series of industry-leading products, such as OceanStor Dorado V3, a new-generation all-flash storage system, and FusionServer V5, the latest generation of the FusionServer series.
At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei will enhance its broad portfolio with the launch of FusionBridge, a hybrid cloud solution; FusionCloud Stack, a public cloud solution; Atlas, a new-generation smart cloud hardware platform; Intelligent Connections, a new network architecture; and a new generation of SD-WAN solutions.
Huawei is also using the Shanghai event to provide a complete overview of its enterprise-level IoT solutions designed to accelerate Connection. The solutions include: the Huawei OceanConnect IoT platform, a one-stop IoT service platform for enterprises; a comprehensive access solution that integrates enterprise broadband and narrowband networks and utilizes licensed and unlicensed spectrums; the Edge-Computing-IoT (EC-IoT) solution with cloud-device integration; and all-rounded safety capabilities applicable to chipsets and platforms.
Huawei has become a digital transformation facilitator working with its global partners to provide best practices and innovative ICT solutions that help companies around the world embrace digital transformation and drive business success. Recent successes include:
Huawei partners with Dubai Airports to build prefabricated modular data center with Tier III certificates from the Uptime Institute for both design and construction. The data center will carry services that cover almost every aspect of the airport, including flight information and airport operations, passenger transport and baggage services, video surveillance and more. By providing ICT solutions that are agile, rapidly deployable, reliable, energy-efficient and easily maintained, Huawei provides powerful support to carry out highly efficient business operations in Dubai Airports.
Rob Newman, Head of Programme Management, Technology & Infrastructure, Dubai Airports, said: “The utilization of leading ICT is key in promoting business growth, speeding innovation and enhancing the customer experience within Dubai International Airport. We will strive to further improve the reliability of the airport’s system and reduce operational costs.”