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Huawei SoftCOM: Reshaping the Future of Network Architecture
Huawei SoftCOM: Reshaping the Future of Network Architecture


Li Sanqi, Huawei Carrier Network Business Group CTO, discusses Huawei's overall strategy and vision for carrier transformation - SoftCOM.

Expert Talk

A key part of entire E2E managed services portfolio is operations convergence addressed in the fixed and mobile domains. John Anthony Crossley from Huawei talks to you about how to realize that with higher efficiency and reduced cost.
Cybersecurity is a prime concern in our digital society, at the personal, enterprise and operator level. John Suffolk, CIO to three U.K. prime ministers, discusses the Huawei approach to keeping your network safe.
As operators try to launch new services such as ICT and cloud services quickly, and with a high service quality, they more than ever need to overcome the silo based operations between network and IT. Here’s where Huawei’s managed services comes in. Learn more from our expert Gills Vincent.
Operational transformation is a hot topic in managed services realm at the moment. Here at Huawei, we are responding with a new approach to managed services, which we refer to as Total Value of Ownership (TVO). Rob Parkes, our domain expert explains it for you.
Wang Chenglu, President of Huawei Core Network Product Line, explains Huawei's vision for telco's core network transformation and how it fits in the company's overall SoftCOM strategy.



Tech Articles


Huawei’s ODN solutions address the bottlenecks and problems in large-scale ODN deployment and help operators to deploy quality ODN network fast and efficiently.



With the introduction of OTN into metro networking, O&M personnel face an entirely new network structure. Legacy O&M methods from the SDH days have proven inadequate in the face of OTN architecture.


FEC will make continuous improvements in increasing throughput and net coding gain; while soft-decision FEC with high performance but moderate complexity will become the mainstream FEC scheme used to advance the optical transport applications and developments.


LTE-Advanced technology can dramatically increase the peak rate, peak spectral efficiency, average rate, average spectral efficiency, and cell-edge user performance, improves networking efficiency across the entire network.

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VoLTE standards are mature and it promises significant benefits for operators. Key issues and considerations are examined here to assist operators realize smooth transition from traditional voice services to mobile broadband voice services.



White Papers

SME Cloud Operators' next growth engine
SEM Cloud Operators' next growth engine

In this paper, Huawei Business and Networking Consulting (BNC) presents a unique view on cloud services and how telecom operators need to make a radical shift from a communications provider to an ICT provider. We would like to explore the new areas of revenue for telecom operators to combine traditional businesses with cloud services.

High Throughput Computing Data Center Architecture Thinking of Data Center 3.0
High Throughput Computing Data Center Architecture Thinking of Data Center 3.0

By rethinking the demand for big data applications,Huawei proposes a high throughput computing data center architecture (HTC-DC).
HTC-DC is enabled with PB-level data processing capability, intelligent manageability, high scalability and high energy efficiency. With competitive features, HTC-DC can be a promising candidate for DC3.0.

Mobile Video Insight Report
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This report consists of the following three parts: User attribute includes usage of network types and users use different operators; User behaviour focuses on usage of 24-hour and proportion of different types of video contents; User experience covers smooth playback rate, initial playing buffer time, and subjective measurement on video quality.

Making the Big Data Connection
Making the Big Data Connection

This white paper seeks to address the seemingly endless increase in data collection and the expectations on carrier businesses to manage it in a meaningful way, which threatens to increase IT budgets and staff requirements by an estimated 40% and potentially cause organisational disruption instead of graceful evolution.

Small Cells Big Opportunities
Small Cells Big Opportunities

Mobile data traffic is experiencing an exponential growth, driven by data capable devices and high bandwidth applications (APPs). Many operators are evaluating their options, and small cells deployment figures high in their priorities with 60% of operators considering them to be an important part of their 4G service.



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