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Earlier this month Huawei officially unveiled its Integrated Communication Platform (ICP) at Huawei Connect 2016 in Shanghai. The platform is a new addition to Huawei’s range of Safe City solutions featuring extensive connectivity and high visibility.
Huawei has launched the IDS800 small-sized data center. The company positions this small-sized data center as a new-generation data center infrastructure solution. It integrates the PDU, UPS, rack air conditioner, and monitoring system in one cabinet and allows flexible expansion of IT cabinets.
On 7 July 2016, a 5G Manifesto prepared by an Industry High Level Group was submitted to the European Commission. Commenting on the initiative, Tony Graziano, Vice-President of Huawei’s European Public Affairs and Communication Office, said: “We fully support the 5G Manifesto presented today, and are determined to play our part in living up to its ambitions.”
Huawei, a global information and communication technologies (ICT) provider, today announced that it has won the ‘Best Mobile Network for Airports’ award with a leading indoor digital MBB solution at the Airport Construction Summit 2016, which was held in Shanghai, China. This award is presented to global ICT providers for their outstanding achievements and contributions to building smart airports and improving network experience for air travel passengers and operational efficiency for global airports.
Big Data, IoT and Cloud underpin Safe City adoption to deliver consolidated IT platform, Huawei Safe City Summit Reveals
Huawei kicked off its global Safe City Summit 2016 today, being held in Dubai 17-18 May, where it revealed how new ICT innovation including Big Data, The Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing are driving successful safe city deployments around the world.
Huawei and Baidu have jointly built China’s first Internet data center (IDC) optical transport network that supports T-SDN. Huawei’s T-SDN bandwidth on demand (BoD) feature provides dynamic and flexible transmission pipes for Baidu to handle burst traffic between IDCs. The success of this project leads the way for industry peers building new-generation IDC optical transport networks that support SDN.
Huawei launched a modular Uninterrupted Power System (UPS) with a high efficient power module of up to 97.5% at CeBIT 2016.
Cinia, a Finland-based designer, builder and operator of connectivity and ICT solutions, today announced that it has selected Huawei, a provider of optical transport network solutions, as one of the platforms that will connect the European data hubs via C-Lion sea cable connection with the network and service providers in China and other Eastern markets.
Today at CeBIT 2016, Huawei unveiled its first Openlab in Munich, a new center to foster joint, customer and business-driven ICT innovation with partners. Huawei’s Munich Openlab will drive innovation in areas including the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing and big data, to build safer and smarter cities. To date, more than 25 partners including T-Systems, SAP, Intel, Alstom, and Hexagon have expressed an interest in participating in the new Openlab.