Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei recently announced four upgrades to its CloudCampus 3.0 solution to Huawei Connect 2021 to strengthen experience-centric campus networks and enable businesses to take advantage of increasing digitization.
Huawei offered four upgrades – brand new Wi-Fi 6 access points, “Solar System” campus switches, enterprise-class “cloud-on-ramp” converged gateways, and intelligent operating and management practices. maintenance (O&M) – which will define its CloudCampus 3.0 Resolution.
The company also provided an overview of the future-proof Wi-Fi 6 advanced technology framework for production wireless networks.
Cutting-edge network technologies including the Internet of Things (IoT), wireless, cloud and artificial intelligence (AI), and enhanced campus networks play an important role in accelerating digital transformation.
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Huawei’s CloudCampus 3.0 solution is equipped with new features in four aspects: wireless, wired, WAN interconnect and smart O&M.
“In an age where everything connects intelligently, high-quality ubiquitous connections are crucial for businesses’ business intelligence and also fundamental to their digital services,” said Li Xing, president of the product line’s campus networks area. Huawei data communication system.
The three unique wireless capabilities – dynamic zoom smart antenna, AI roaming, and smart media planning – allow businesses to create a fully wireless network that delivers a seamless experience, according to a press release.
Another upgrade is Huawei’s “Solar System” solution, which will help businesses create a fully wireless network for smart buildings. The all new NetEngine AR6710 gateway will ensure fast, secure and reliable cloud access.
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Huawei has also integrated a large number of AI capabilities into its iMaster NCE to improve the efficiency of campus network operations and maintenance and enhance the experience throughout the lifecycle.
Over the past few years, Wi-Fi 6 has gained popularity in the enterprise markets. But it still cannot fully meet the ultra-low latency requirements of less than 10ms.
To address this issue, Huawei has gone beyond Wi-Fi 6 and launched a scalable Wi-Fi 6 advanced technology framework, extending Wi-Fi from corporate workplaces to production environments.