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Huawei Video Conferencing Recognized as a Leader by Frost & Sullivan

Jun 16, 2018

[Shenzhen, China, June 16, 2018] Huawei is named one of the leaders by the world-renowned consulting firm Frost & Sullivan in its recently released Global Video Conferencing Market Research Report. Huawei wins this for its field-proven audio and video technologies and outstanding market performance.

The report thoroughly analyzes and objectively compares the mainstream video conferencing solution providers in the industry. The report findings help enterprise customers understand the video conferencing market trends and offer them product / solution references and guidance. Huawei's video conferencing solutions stand out and receive high recognition and acclaims from Frost & Sullivan for its comprehensive product portfolio, reliability, openness, market performance, and global delivery capabilities.

According to the report, Huawei’s video conferencing solutions differentiate from others in supporting end-to-end H.265 4K multi-party conferences, using the leading patented audio/video Packet Loss Concealment (PLC) technologies, and delivering HD audio/video experience at the lowest bandwidth in the industry. In addition, Huawei's solutions provide industry-leading Intelligent Collaborative Meeting Experience by integrating intelligent tracking cameras with Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies such as speech recognition and face recognition. Huawei’s video conferencing solutions are field-proven and widely used across industries such as healthcare, education, transportation, finance, and public safety.

Huawei has actively engaged in the video conferencing field for more than 20 years and is serving industry customers in over 100 countries and regions across the world. Looking ahead to the future, Huawei will continue to better serve customers with its customer-centric philosophy, helping them reduce OPEX while improving office and production efficiency.

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