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IDC Report: Huawei FusionCube Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Ranks No. 1 in China Market

May 08, 2018

[Shenzhen, China, May 8, 2018] In the China Hyperconverged Infrastructure Market Overview 4Q17 released by IDC, a world renowned consulting and service agency, Huawei's FusionCube ranks No. 1 by its leading technology power and strong market performance, which is underpinned by an over 200% year-on-year (YoY) growth rate of market share.

Positioned as the hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) for enterprise-grade data centers, the Huawei FusionCube applies to scenarios such as enterprise private cloud, virtualization platform, desktop cloud, branch office, and data warehouse. It not only supports mainstream virtualization platforms such as the Huawei FusionSphere, VMware vSphere, and KVM, but also supports mainstream database platforms, including SAP HANA, Oracle, IBM DB2, and Sybase.

Huawei FusionCube hyper-converged products enable hyper-convergence of the seven essential dimensions of data center infrastructure encompassing compute, storage, network, virtualization, physical machines, management, and cloud. Offering compelling high performance and linear expandability, FusionCube empowers customers with ultimate ease and speeds by enabling them to construct data centers just like using building blocks. Noted for its superior performance, easy management, tight integration, and high reliability, Huawei FusionCube has become the ideal choice for customers to quickly build cloud platforms to better compete and succeed in the tide of digital transformation.

As the industry's only hyper-converged vendor capable of virtualization and database hybrid deployment, Huawei has been an unwavering innovator in the hyper-convergence field. Huawei has partnered with Intel to hold multiple hyper-convergence technical forums in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, Russia and Turkey. Huawei and Intel also plan to host events in Chinese cities including Taiyuan, Shenzhen, and Beijing, as well as in Thailand and France and other locations worldwide, to connect with global hyper-convergence experts and partners to push deeper into hyper-convergence and foster technology advances. These initiatives will translate into greater business value for customers.

So far, the Huawei FusionCube hyper-converged infrastructure has served customers across industries including government, finance, large enterprises, education, and medical care. Many enterprises and organizations, including China Everbright Bank, China Pacific Insurance Group, TF1 of France, Infocast, Sinopec, and COFCO Coca-Cola, have successfully deployed Huawei hyper-converged infrastructure to supercharge their enterprise cloud platforms.

For more information about the Huawei hyper-converged infrastructure FusionCube, visit: http://e.huawei.com/en/products/cloud-computing-dc/servers/fusioncube.