Huawei strives to develop value from connections, bandwidth, and data. We will provide an agile network architecture and open platforms to speed the digitization of our customers.
To provide a ROADS experience and satisfy new business, telcos are using cloud infrastructure to transform their IT capabilities, increase efficiency, and get new services to market faster.
At the core of telco digital transformation sits network function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN), both of which promise immense value.
Delivering IT resources on the cloud and on-demand can help operators lower costs, engender innovation agility, and generate new revenues.
Strategic digital thinking can boost CSPs position in the digital ecosystem and drive innovation to provide advanced services for customers.
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Carriers are placing video at the center of their future transformation strategies for business growth, instead of just seeing it as a value-added service that complements broadband.
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Unified policy centers that can manage multiple access networks and deliver a consistent, high-grade experience for users are a must-have for operators.
For operators, the right NB-IoT business models coupled with the right plays open up a multitude of verticals. Let’s find out more.
For businesses wanting to enter new markets more quickly, innovate faster, and increase productivity, it’s clear what’s needed: flexible, reliable, customizable and more efficient ICT services.
The unified integrated data layer is a new, data-centric architecture that can de-layer networks, simplify network operation and maintenance (O&M), slash TCO, and open and monetize data.
Huawei has led the way with commercial trials of 4.5G solution, which has already been standardized by 3GPP. With over 60 networks rolling out this year, 2016 is the dawn of the new gigabit MBB era.
Integrating the physical and digital worlds simplifies business processes, boosts productivity, improves products and services, and cultivates innovation.
For network construction, application-driven networking (ADN) provides logically independent network slices to meet the varied networking requirements of different applications.