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Huawei Showcases Latest Innovations to Help Businesses Go Digital at Interop Tokyo 2018

Jun 13, 2018

[Tokyo, Japan, June 13, 2018] Huawei today launched a range of innovative products and solutions to help enterprises go digital at Interop Tokyo 2018, Japan’s biggest ICT trade show. Under the theme of "We are ready for the next," the 25th Interop Tokyo provides a platform for people to discuss challenges and solutions for a world where everything is connected. In addition to the exhibition and delivering keynote speeches, Huawei will participate in a live network demonstration called ShowNet, to highlight its latest innovations as well as ongoing collaboration with partners to help enterprises in Japan and around the world to go digital.

In the future, all businesses will be digital enterprises. To achieve business targets, companies need to embrace new technologies, including cloud computing, big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI), to sharpen their existing expertise and know-how. Digital transformation requires smart ICT infrastructure and solutions, as well as an ecosystem to help them put these innovative technologies into use in their own operations.

At its sixth Interop Tokyo, Huawei is exhibiting with eight partners

"Huawei will stay customer-centric and committed to openness, collaboration, and shared success,” said Jeff Wang, President of Huawei Japan. “We are dedicated to bringing digital to every organization for a fully connected world. At its sixth Interop Tokyo, Huawei will showcase its latest innovations and success stories from around the world, while also organizing joint exhibitions of enterprise solutions with eight partners: Intel, Microsoft, Sony Business Solutions Corporation, ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation, Japan Business Systems, Kanematsu Electronics, Scality Japan, and Hanshin Electric Railway. The joint enterprise solutions will include cloud converged infrastructure, SDN, intelligent computing, and all-flash storage solutions that support the digital transformation of enterprises.”

At Interop Tokyo 2018, Huawei is demonstrating its cloud-pipe-device technologies by unveiling Atlas, the intelligent cloud hardware platform, AI Fabric, the ultra-high-speed lossless Ethernet solution, and other full-stack ICT infrastructure solutions that support enterprises in their digital transformation.

Liu Shaowei, President of Huawei's Network R&D Department, In a keynote speech on Intent Driven Network on the opening day, Liu Shaowei, President of Huawei’s Network R&D Department said, “As companies and all industries march into the digital realm, an intelligent society where everything is connected beckons us. To make that a reality, the traditional machine-centered networks will not be enough; we have to deploy intent-driven networks able to identify the business intent of customers to deliver the best end-to-end networks.”

Liu Shaowei, President of Huawei's Network R&D Department

Digitization requires both the best end-to-end network and intelligent IT platforms. On the last day of Interop Tokyo, William Dong, Vice President of Data Center Marketing Solution Sales at Huawei’s Enterprise Business Group, will deliver a keynote speech on how Intelligent IT Inspires a Digital Future. In that speech, According to Dong, a future-proof intelligent IT platform can be built using intelligent computing, all-flash storage, mixed cloud, and artificial intelligence.

A number of Huawei customers and partners will also be speaking at the Huawei booth during the show, including Hiroshi Esaki, a University of Tokyo professor in the Graduate School of Information Science, who will speak the fast changing face of global Internet services.

Interop Tokyo 2018 is taking place June 13–15, 2018 at the Makuhari Messe near Tokyo. Please visit the Huawei booth at No. 4M33, Hall 4. For more information on Huawei at Interop Tokyo 2018, please visit: only in Japanese and Chinese).