As a global leader in telecommunications, Huawei’s Carrier Network Business assists carriers to build reliable and affordable networks to deliver optimal experiences for their customers. Huawei supplies 45 of the top 50 global telecommunications operators.
By providing integrated products, Huawei empowers carriers to develop the key capabilities required for ICT transformation including Software Defined Networks (SDN), Network Function Virtualisation (NFV), cloud data centre and ultra-broadband along with building efficient infrastructure, enabling smart pipes, aggregating digital content, opening up networks, exploring vertical industries, and conducting ICT-oriented architecture transformation. End users are demanding digital services that deliver a ROADS (i.e., Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social) experience as the new norm.
In Australia our premium solutions serve all the major local telecommunications operators, including Optus, Vodafone, Telstra and TPG. Huawei rebuilt Vodafone’s entire Australian 3G and 4G networks. For Optus we provide the best user experience in Melbourne.
Huawei Australia’s ICT infrastructure and information services are used by multiple industries, including local government, media, mining, utilities, transport and energy, as well as by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and Managed Service Providers (MSPs). Our solutions and services are delivered through a network of partners, such as Brennan IT, Empired, Fujitsu and Westrac, and cover enterprise networking, unified communications and collaboration (UC&C), server, storage, cloud computing, data centres, enterprise wireless, network energy and infrastructure services.
Huawei’s solutions are supporting the University of Tasmania, Southern Cross University and NSW Ambulance with cutting edge network, IT and communications technology and have deployed a fully connected Agile Stadium solution in Australia at Metricon Stadium on the Gold Coast.
Huawei offers a wide range of products to consumers – smartphones, wearables, tablets and mobile broadband devices. A decade after it was established Huawei ranked third in global smartphone shipments in 2013 (and retains this position today) and first for global shipments of Mobile Broadband Devices (MBB).
Smartphones In Australia, the Consumer Group has enjoyed rapid growth. In recent years. Huawei has launched a large number of leading devices including the Mate8, P9 and G8 smartphones and the MateBook Windows tablet.
Mobile Broadband Devices (MBB) Huawei continues to lead the MBB market, delivering best-in-class products under both the Huawei and partner brands.
Wearables Huawei has a portfolio of wearable tech, and launched its first wearable device – the Talk band in Australia in 2014. Huawei continues to provide Australians with advanced wearable technology options, including the iF Design Award winning Huawei Watch.