Building a Better Connected World
Huawei eco-Connect is a platform to further develop joint solutions for industries and to build winning collaborations in the areas of cloud services such as Smart and Safe City, Carrier IT, IoT, Video, Finance. Together with our partners, we are helping our customers to achieve business success and build a Better Connected World.
Huawei aims to build an E2E (enterprise-to-enterprise) cloud ecosystem, which includes leading open source technology, top core enterprise applications, multi-choice IT solutions, leading vertical industry solutions, managed service and cloud migration capabilities.
There are over 500 industry analysts, media representatives and opinion leaders across a range of disciplines gathered in Shenzhen recently for the 14thannual Huawei Global Analyst Summit (HAS).
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Over the next few years telecom operators are expected to deliver technologies and services that will drive economic and societal progress.
Cloud is widely adopted in many industries, now the wave spread to telco, what is the impact on revenue management and what is the future? Karl Whitelock, Global Director Strategy, Operation, Orchestration, Data Analytics & Monetization(ODAM) shared with us his opinion and pointed the way out.
The era of a digital economy driven by new technologies, such as cloud computing, Big Data, and the Internet of Things (IoT), is rapidly approaching.
Will enterprises have embraced cloud by 2020? Find out what the experts think.
When considering enterprise demands, all industries and enterprises are having a fantastic opportunity to digitally transform.
As country going through Digital Transformation, there is a need for a common ICT platform that is highly reliable, highly secure, always connected & with resources meeting the dynamic nature of ICT resources demands in a Smart City. Cloud Computing is the foundation ICT platform to support the Smart City and Smart Nation development.
How do we manage multiple clouds more efficiently? As a Premier Cloud technology provider, Huawei supports end-to-end Cloud product and services. Partner us for a seamless Cloud Transformation journey.
The case of effective data center consolidation in the business today. While going through the 3 important steps in #CloudTransformation, Huawei advocates businesses and customers to embark on the journey of cloud transformation towards business success through Huawei’s range of IT products.
IT is increasingly important in today’s business. Huawei provides IT solutions via the reference architecture called SD-DC2, which eventually helps business pioneers in the area of #DataResource, #CloudResource and #DataCenter management. Through Huawei’s innovative IT solutions, business is now able to operate in a more agile and a cost effective manner.
NFVI is widely used in the telecom industry, which brings the benefits of reduced operation expenditure and increased utilization rate. Huawei has been contributing to the NFV ecosystem through open source communities such as OpenStack, OpenDaylight and OpenNFV, while cooperated with more than 50 industrial partners in bringing success to many businesses today.
Internet of Things (IoT) is a large and complex universe because different things have different connectivity requirements. We need impact the Internet of Things to create an incredible tranformative space in our lives, so that we live better, safer and more connected.
Huawei will present the most advanced 5G-oriented solutions, conduct joint demonstration with global top operators and vertical industry partners, and provide diverse live-network showcases and industry summits.
Huawei's quintessential solution is based upon core technologies which encompass IoT, cloud computing, and big data to provide an open and unified IoV solution. The IoV solution integrates data, device, and operation management.
Vehicle to vehicle (V2V/V21) provides increasing situational awareness and crash reduction. It assists in vehicle safety plus an infrastructure enabler for other connected vehicle use cases. The Connected Vehicle (V2X) markte is expected to grow tremendously by 2020.
Julian Waston, Senior Principal Analyst of IoT from IHS Markit, gives his views on the trends of IoT platforms and how IoT ecosystem, open APIs and IoT connectivity management are developing.
At MWC 2017, Axiata Digital and Huawei signed an MoU to promote IoT services across Asia. According to the telco's CTO and CSO, Axiata Digital's IoT strategy focuses on developing an open IoT ecosystem so vertical industries can easily deploy independent IoT apps on the Axiata IoT platform and provide innovative services quickly.
Huawei launched the Edge-Computing-IoT (EC-IoT) Solution at Mobile World Congress 2017. The solution innovatively applies edge computing and cloud managed platforms to the IoT field.
5G will help vertical industries to achieve the “Internet of Everything” vision of ubiquitously connected, highly reliable, ultra-low latency services for massive number of devices. Service-guaranteed network slicing introduced in this white paper is one of the essential features for 5G to achieve this vision.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a massive, complex system. The potential for 100 billion things having different requirements for connectivity poses demanding challenges to the IoT industry. On the device side, the number of smart sensors is insufficient, and it is difficult to connect these smart sensors to a cloud-based platform.
Huawei cooperated with Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) and South East Water in Australia, to run automatic meter reading beta tests.
Victorian water utility company South East Water (SEW) continues to take strides in its ongoing trial of Narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) technologies to enable connectivity to its assets and create Australia’s first ‘digital utility’, according to SEW executives.
Property developer I-Bhdhas tied up with Huawei, a leading information and communications technology solutions provider, to develop its Smart City and Internet of Things (IoT)-ready home concept.
Huawei and I-City have created a strategic alliance to accelerate the development of the next generation of IoT intelligent homes that can be monitored, tracked and managed.
Philips Lighting and Huawei Technologies have signed a partnership agreement to ensure the seamless interoperability of the Philips Hue connected lighting system for the home with Huawei’s OceanConnect Internet of Things (IoT) platform.
Huawei wants to play a role in providing the infrastructure it believes is necessary to facilitate an "intelligent" world, one that is driven by devices, connectivity, and cloud.
Huawei and Deutsche Post DHL have joined forces to develop a range of supply chain solutions for customers using industrial-grade Internet of Things (IoT) hardware and infrastructure.
The IoT is a technology that’s evolving at such a fast pace, that’s evolving exponentially. And initially we don’t notice it happening because the bottom of the exponential curve is quite flat but we are going into the hockey stick path, things like healthcare, education, energy and autonomous cars, all these things are driven by the IoT.
China FAW Group Corporation, China FAW or FAW as an abbreviated version, has quickly gained a reputation as one of the largest automotive enterprises in China having provided 50 years of exemplary service. The company is currently successfully ranked at 107 as part of the 2015 Fortune Global 500 publication with revenue reaching 80.1945 billion USD.
With 50 years of history behind it, we would not expect this old school building to be very energy efficient, but the University of Melbourne's recent efforts at remodeling this historical structure to increase energy efficiency have been truly impressive.
The intelligent use of data and Big Data as technology is a vital ingredient in making any city truly smart. “Big Data enables a “cross institutional memory” encompassing the collective experience and wisdom of the city as a whole allowing the city to deal more effectively with future challenges".
We all think about Safe City as really cameras put on street corners that will fetch back to the central station and things are monitored. But it’s more than that.
Huawei’s smart technology solutions combined with BIG DATA platform cover the 3 different aspects of SMART TOURISM: before, during and after the tour, hence creating a whole new great experience for tourists.
The Pacific region faces many challenges including natural disasters, socio-economic status, health and education, as well as skill sets required to build a local ICT industry to ensure each island nation can participate and compete in the global digital economy. In the coming years, ICT will play a significant role in fulfilling the goals of the Pacific.
The story behind #SmartEducation and #CloudSolution via the advancement of device technology, which comprises of a range of Huawei’s products, ultimately targets to transform the traditional classroom into a #SmartCampus.
The case of Intelligent Transportation Solution in most of today’s cities. While highlighting issues of #citytraffic that require our urgent attention, there is a need for #SmartTransportation to improve the situation. Huawei offers the revolutionary Intelligent Transportation Solution in key areas which benefits the consumers and carmakers.
IoT is at the heart of all connectivity, which creates opportunities for Telcos and countries growing digital economy. Huawei has been working extensively on Narrowband IoT with various industry organizations, which we believe to be the current and future applications of all connectivity.
#IoT in vertical industry has made our life beneficial from the technology behind the curtain. From the traffic congestion that we are facing daily, to the insurance that we are paying monthly or yearly, Huawei’s solution of IoT vows to improve and create value for our everyday’s life.
From the security surveillance camera to parking sensor, IoT plays a vital role in joining the dots between these various important components within the smart cities and smart nations. As the leader of IoT from an industry collaboration perspective, Huawei vows to work closely with industry partners to help the ecosystem around the smart city context.
Video has become an integral part of our lives and work, opening up enormous market potential for Telco Operators. It is of no wonder that the number of players who are involved in the video business have grown rapidly over the past years. Through our collaborations with globalpartners, we have developed standards and several successful use cases, giving the operators a better reference for their future implementation.
Demand for high-definition video is growing explosively. Video services are no longer just for entertainment. They now include communication and industry applications. For telecom operators, developing video services can be the key to vast new markets.
Don’t be surprised, more than 80% of all internet traffics will be video by 2019! Video content is readily available everywhere on the Internet and so definitely, videos are going mainstream.
According to IHS, 2.3 billion users will have access to VoLTEservices by 2021. 170 million IP cameras will soon be connected to fixed or wireless networks, enhancing public safety by monitoring streets and property worldwides.
Ultra Broadband 2020 puts us into the era where everybody will have gigabit broadband to their houses and businesses, and there are 3 drivers behind it.
Service provider who is aspiring to meet the customers’ demand for video applications, here are 3 technologies to help you provide the best video quality to users.
LG Uplusensures that its network is sufficiently robust to support HD video services. Providing subscribers with a superior HD voice and video service experience is at the core of the telco’sstrategy, and is paving its evolution to 4.5G.
We need to move away from the technology and the access, then think about how we can deliver high-tech services and the big part of that is the back-end of Telcos.
More than 400 telcosworldwide serve billions of people with optical fibers, base stations, switches, routers, and other network assets worth trillions of dollars. To maximize network value, they must optimize how they use their network assets for gains in both revenue growth and network efficiency.
Video and cloud services will be the driving forces behind ultra-broadband development. Telcosshould position video, especially 4K, as a basic service, and develop it in the same way that they developed their voice businesses in the past.
What is the future of the booming video business? What changes will happen to the video industry chain in the future? Hunter Hu, VP of Huawei Video Product Line, shares his viewpoints and explains how Huawei can be an enabler and accelerate the spread of the video business.
GoPro’s Quik mobile video editing app will come integrated on the new P10 and P10 plus smartphones and other devices based on Huawei EMUI 5.1, serving as the primary video editing solution.
Entertainment video will account for the lion's share –a whopping USD 650 billion –he said in a keynote presentation at Mobile World Congress. Industry video –which covers things like surveillance, commerce and educational, among others –will account for USD 350 billion.
The demand for better user experience is constantly on the rise. Too many Operators and no single point of entry have literallyhad the Content Providers turned their backs on efforts to explore possible cooperation. We offer Content Providers a hosting platform that aggregatestheir contents for single point of access by all mobile, home, and business users.
A smart nation is where the citizens are able to connect to the government and are able to access to the services efficiently. And the nation is able to deliver on the promises of safety, security, health and self-actualization. Nations that are fully integrated and connected are accelerating even faster than those who have simple connectivity.
What does it takes to be a truly connected nation? The nation must have a shared vision of what they want. It is important for the government and the industry to understand what their roles are so that they are able to focus on what needs to be done in terms of investments, in terms of resources that have be dedicated for sure.
IoT is essentially an ecosystem play, SAP and Huawei work together perfectly to provide a complete solution in the area of IoT. Watch Colm’s video to find out more.
Building a connected nation with greater connectivity that brings individual, communities and nation together, has been the vision of many developing countries. Have you ever imagined how connectivity can play an important role in disaster management for countries across the Southern Pacific region?
Cloud computing is defined as the concept of public cloud and private cloud complementing in house materials. Big data is where converting these data and big information, leads to decision making. Collaboration is taking a whole new way where the whole principal of work is being changed.
IoT is the next 10 years new business opportunities. NB-IoT is the best technology for LPWA market. Based on Huawei project status, 30+ networks will commercially launch NB-IoT in 2017, which will cover more than 20 countries.
The top carriers includes Digi, Maxis and Celcomfrom Malaysia, SingTel from Singapore, Globe and PDDT from Philippines and many more.