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Huawei brings next-gen Agile Network solution to SA

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The solution has helped enterprises build multiple high-profile solutions such as intelligent transport, wireless cities, smart shopping malls, and smart travel.

Huawei has announced the South African launch of its much-acclaimed agile network solution at The Forum in Johannesburg. Huawei’s agile network is the industry’s first network centred on services, users, and experiences.

Huawei’s agile network solution has been deployed in nearly 200 networks for commercial use in several industries across the world such as the public, finance, medical services, large enterprise, transport, education and broadcast media sectors. The solution has helped enterprises build multiple high-profile solutions such as intelligent transport, wireless cities, smart shopping malls, and smart travel. Ultimately, it enables businesses to give its end-users or employees the flexibility or “agility” to access services on any device they are using, at any location – whether it is on a mobile, on a laptop, on a tablet; in the office, in a car, or at home.

Huawei rolled out the industry’s first agile network architecture in 2013, putting forth three concepts behind agility: Agile Business – the world’s first network that allows free mobility; Agile Management – the world’s first network that enables IP network quality awareness; and Agile Evolution – the world’s first software-defined campus network. Huawei’s Agile Network has brought excellence in the user experience, high-efficiency Operations and Management (O&M), and fast innovation to enterprises, helping them deliver services up to four times faster than the industry average.

Since then, Huawei has broadened the scope of the network architecture to include Agile Branch, Agile Campus, Agile Data Centre, and Agile Wide Area Network (WAN) solutions, with the Huawei Agile Controller at its core. With these additions, it is now a complete end-to-end agile network architecture which will accelerate innovation and new service provisioning for enterprises. It will enable enterprises to respond quickly to market changes and carry out innovations in their data centre, branch office, office campus, and general open areas which utilises WAN connectivity – all of which will lead to the creation of more efficient, highly secure service platforms for end-users within these areas.

“With booming connectivity in Africa, businesses must make full use of cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), and Big Data to create new digital and service experiences for their end-users or employees,” said Swift Liu, Huawei Global President of Switch & Enterprise Communications. “Huawei is one of the few vendors in the industry that can provide a wide variety of servers, storage and network products at the same time. Huawei is able to integrate cloud computing, IoT, and Big Data to reshape an enterprise’s ICT architecture and give them the competitive edge in agility.

Huawei has over 20 years of accumulated experience in the IP field and a series of network products and solutions. Additionally, Huawei has world-leading research capabilities armed with world-class experts, rich experience in pre-research into network standards, and chip development capabilities. Recognised as one of the world’s leading network solution providers, Huawei’s long-term strategy in Africa is to lead network development and further their commitment in bridging the digital divide.

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