Huawei launches CloudCampus solution

Huawei has unveiled three new products to help accelerate the development of APAC's digital economy (Image MarsYu / iStockPhoto)

Huawei has launched new products designed to help the ISP industry advance digital transformation and help grow the digital economy in Asia-Pacific.

At the Huawei Asia Pacific ISP Summit 2018, Huawei unveiled its new CloudCampus solution, designed to allow enterprise users to perform wireless network planning, deployment, and O&M management in the workplace through new cloud management services.

The solution is designed to allow plug-and-play for network devices, shorten campus network deployment times to days and reduce operational expenditure by more than 80%, increasing the return on investment.

For managed service providers, CloudCampus provides a self-operated cloud management platform capable of managing millions of devices simultaneously. It is primarily designed for the education sector, retail industry and shopping malls, and is delivered through Huawei's public cloud in Hong Kong.

Huawei also launched the next generation of its FusionServer platform, which improves performance by 30% over the previous version.

The platform also has features that can prevent 93% of system faults and reduce power consumption by 16%.

Finally, Huawei unveiled its new FusionPower5000-S UPS solution, which integrates power distribution and an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and supports a maximum capacity expansion of 1,200 kVA per UPS.

At the summit, Qiu Lei, VP of marketing and product solution sales at Huawei's enterprise business group, said the company is “committed to empowering ISPs’ digital transformation and advancing their digital services by providing innovative one-stop ICT hardware and software infrastructure featuring cloud-pipe-device synergy to build an open, elastic, flexible, and secure digital platform.”

The summit was attended by representatives of ISP industry leaders including Thailand's United Information Highway Company (UIH).

“Huawei provides the cloud platform and DWDM technology to help us offer cloud services featuring high bandwidth, large capacity, and high reliability,” UIH COO and managing director Sunti Medhavkul said.