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Huawei Ranked No.1 for Revenue Growth in TBR’s Data Center Benchmark Report for Two Consecutive Quarters

Aug 22, 2016

[Shenzhen, China, August 22, 2016] Technology Business Research (TBR), a leading ICT market research and consulting firm, has released a Data Center Benchmark report, which has ranked Huawei’s data centers as the No.1 globally with a revenue growth rate of 24.7% in Q1 2016.

For two consecutive quarters now, Q4 2015 and Q1 2016, Huawei has ranked first. In regional markets, Huawei also ranked first in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) with a growth rate of 23.7% and in APAC (Asia-Pacific) with a growth rate of 25.1%.

Huawei is committed to building service-driven IT infrastructure and providing highly efficient, agile, reliable, and open cloud data centers. The company remained the leader in revenue growth due to the large number of deals and alliances it has garnered, helping contribute to the company’s ability to meet customer needs through product and solution development.

According to TBR, Huawei relied on its brand strength in China and APAC to drive expansion into EMEA. For example, Huawei collaborated with Vodafone in Spain to create the Madrid Tech City project, extending mobile coverage and capacity. This will, in turn, drive growth for its infrastructure.

“In the era of cloud computing and big data, Huawei aims to provide the best private cloud for Enterprise.” said Ma Li, President of Huawei IT Data Center Solutions. “Huawei’s Cloud Data Center Solutions enables unified management and turns a range of IT resources into services relying on the OpenStack standard, which includes a heterogeneous virtual resource pool, bare metal and a database. We aim to assist our customers in deploying cloud solutions for mission-critical services and in using their data centers on-demand.”

By the end of August 2016, Huawei had constructed a total of 830 data centers across the globe, 420 of which are cloud data centers.