Huawei invests in cloud technology

Huawei launches public cloud solution and innovation centre
Huawei has beefed up its cloud offering for telecom operators.
Huawei has beefed up its cloud offering for telecom operators.


Chinese telecoms vendor Huawei has launched a public cloud solution and a cloud services innovation centre to help telecom operators around the world to develop cloud-based offerings.

The two solutions will be part of Huawei’s range of cloud IT infrastructure, equipment, and management software portfolio, which is specifically designed for operators.

Huawei’s Telco Public Cloud solution will enable operators to provide service-level agreement guaranteed services such as Infrastructure as a service (Iaas) and software as a service (Saas) to end-users.

The vendor’s global Cloud Services Innovation Center will support its Telco Public Cloud solution. Through the centre, Huawei will be able to provide IT resources such as computing and storage, as well as integrate industry-leading corporate office application software from Microsoft, Oracle, and Kingdee.

Operators around the world can logon to the centre’s website for access to small-scale commercial operation of public cloud, enabling them to accumulate operating experience and understand customer demands.

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