BANGKOK, Sept. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei unveiled the upgraded capabilities of its Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution at the summit entitled "Intelligent Cloud-Network, Leading Digital Innovation", held during HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Bangkok. The capabilities cover three major scenarios — CloudFabric, CloudWAN, and CloudCampus — and were created in an effort to meet customers' changing requirements. Huawei also released its Wireless Intelligent Network Architecture White Paper to further guide enterprises in digital innovation.
As digital transformation advances, enterprise services pose new requirements on data communication networks. First, massive numbers of IoT connections demand ultra-broadband and ubiquitous connectivity. Second, enterprise branch services are gradually moving to the cloud, requiring networks to provide flexible deployment and fast cloudification capabilities. Third, new services need to be rolled out on large scale and services need frequent adjustments, requiring networks to be agile, secure, and efficient. Finally, video conferencing is becoming commonplace, meaning that networks have to provide deterministic experience assurance.
Sun Liang, Vice President of Huawei's Data Communication Product Line, noted that Huawei Datacom had developed the Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution through continuous innovation to address the preceding challenges. This solution provides key capabilities such as ultimate access experience, ultra-fast cloud access by branches, deterministic experience, and efficient and simplified deployment. Currently, the Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution has been widely used in sectors such as education, retail, government, and finance, facilitating digital transformation for customers. For example, in the education sector, the all-wireless Wi-Fi networking solution provides ultimate network access experience; in the retail sector, the SD-WAN ultra-fast cloud access solution enables one store to be opened in just one day; in the government sector, Huawei's network slicing technology enables converged transport over one network and 100% assurance of business-critical services; in the financial sector, the simplified cross-domain multi-cloud service deployment solution enables services to be rolled out within minutes.
At the conference, Huawei also unveiled a number of new data communication products, such as the industry's first Wi-Fi 7 AP AirEngine 8771-X1T, 400G-ready next-generation campus core switch CloudEngine S16700, and the 4-in-1 universal-service intelligent router NetEngine 8000 M4.
In addition, Huawei released its Wireless Intelligent Network Architecture White Paper. Liu Jianning, President of Huawei's Global Enterprise Network Marketing & Solutions Sales Dept, said that one of the most important changes to campus networks is fully wireless. The adoption of Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 7 in the future poses new requirements on network bandwidth, architecture, and O&M. To meet these new requirements, Huawei proposes the next-generation campus network architecture — wireless intelligent network architecture. This architecture has seven unique features: fully-wireless, hyper-converged, ultra-broadband, simplified, low-carbon, secure, and intelligent.
At the conference, customers from various industries shared how they have used Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution in their commercial practices. Agus Ariyanto, Vice President Network of Biznet, delivered a speech entitled "Biznet Builds a Future-oriented Intelligent WAN." He said that "Built on a flat metro network, Huawei helps Biznet consolidate its leading role in the Industry. Together with Huawei, we'll explore more regarding emerging technologies and business innovation based on IPE."
For more information about Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution, visit https://e.huawei.com/en/solutions/enterprise-networks/intelligent-ip-networks.
BANGKOK, Sept. 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- On the second day of HUAWEI CONNECT 2022, Zhao Zhipeng, Vice President of Huawei's Data Communication Product Line, delivered a keynote speech entitled "Intelligent Cloud Network, Unleashing Industry Digital Productivity" and elaborated on how Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution further improves industry customer experience in three dimensions — easy, agile, and simplified — by continuously building its capabilities in CloudFabric, CloudWAN, and CloudCampus scenarios. At the conference, Huawei also unveiled the industry's first Wi-Fi 7 AP AirEngine 8771-X1T, 400G-ready next-generation campus core switch CloudEngine S16700, and ultra-compact universal-service aggregation router NetEngine 8000 M4. These products help lay a solid data foundation to further unleash digital productivity.
Zhao Zhipeng highlighted that core services across various industries are gradually undergoing digital transformation, which poses higher requirements on networks. For example, as the financial sector moves toward Bank 4.0, stable-state and agile-state services coexist, driving financial service systems to be moved to multiple or hybrid clouds. In the public service sector, digital transformation involves data streamlining across functional departments and requires services to be transported in a unified manner. In the manufacturing and energy sectors, hundreds of types of sensors need to connect to the network, increasing network complexity multi-fold.
To address the preceding challenges, Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution further enhances the experience for industry customers in three dimensions — easy, agile, and simplified — by continuously building its capabilities in CloudFabric, CloudWAN, and CloudCampus scenarios.
CloudFabric 3.0 + Easy: This DCN solution provides easy deployment, O&M, and evolution capabilities to deliver an ultimate service experience, helping enterprises Excellerate online service efficiency.
CloudWAN 3.0 + Agile: This cloud WAN solution provides agile connection, optimal experience, and agile O&M to unleash an ultimate cloud experience, enabling ISPs to further Excellerate private line quality and the transportation sector to Excellerate scheduling efficiency.
CloudCampus 3.0 + Simplified: This cloud campus network solution provides simplified access, architecture, and O&M capabilities to simplify enterprise networks, significantly improving service efficiency in the healthcare, education, and electric power sectors.
Piyapong Worakee, CIO of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), delivered a speech entitled "Digital Transformation Journey and Future of EGAT Smart Campus Network." In this speech, he shared how Huawei's Intelligent Network Solution helped EGAT build an efficient, innovative, green, and secure campus network. This in turn provides both stable and reliable energy supply for the region, and ensures a happy life in Thailand on EGAT's digital transformation journey.
Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution serves customers in sectors such as education, government, transportation, finance, and energy in more than 150 countries and regions. In the future, Huawei will work with its customers and partners to dive deeper into various industry scenarios to unleash digital productivity. Specifically, Huawei will continue to explore next-generation technologies for various industries and innovate in six directions: green ultra-broadband (GUB), multi-domain network AI (MNA), ubiquitous network security (UNS), IPv6 Enhanced, high resilience & low-latency networking (HRL), and massive heterogeneous IoT (MHI).
For more information about Huawei's Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution, visit https://e.huawei.com/en/solutions/enterprise-networks/intelligent-ip-networks.
Long lines greet the Huawei Mate 50 series on the day the phones were released
Those in the know say that the company, Pengxinwei IC Manufacturing Co., is not only run by a former Huawei executive but will construct its factory near Huawei's headquarters based on public filings and satellite photos. Those in the know say that Huawei plans on buying as much as 100% of the foundry's output. The equipment ordered by the company to build semiconductors is supposed to arrive during the first half of next year; the company is known as PXW.
As important as the EUV lithography machines are to the production of cutting-edge chips, the Dutch government will not allow a Chinese firm to purchase one of these $200 million behemoths. China's largest foundry, SMIC, says it has been able to produce basic 7nm chips (TSMC and Samsung Foundry are both mass-producing more powerful and energy-efficient 3nm chips) without owning an EVU lithography machine but getting below 7nm is going to be hard to do without it.
While the Bloomberg report says that it isn't clear whether the chip startup's plans will violate any of the U.S. trade sanctions against Huawei, the company will have trouble sourcing all of the equipment needed to build cutting-edge chips for the manufacturer. Huawei, like Apple, designs its own chips and because it is fabless (it doesn't own a production facility) it counts on foundries to make its Kirin chips.
While PXW couldn't be a threat to TSMC or Samsung Foundry right now, the U.S. is looking at placing restrictions on China's access to chip-making technology. So instead of impacting a single company like Huawei, the U.S. would rather place restrictions on the entire country.
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Oct 16, 2022 (Heraldkeepers) -- New Jersey, United States-A development pursued and Opportunities for Global Mobile Network Telecom Equipment Market 2022 gives an organized picture of the market through an assessment of research and information gathered from various resources to help the innovators in the general market to accept a significant role in logically affecting the overall economy. This is according to the most accurate prepared understanding report distributed by Infinity Business Insights. The study offers and exaggerates a compelling picture of the general situation in terms of market size, market insights, and hostile circumstances.
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History Year: 2015-2019
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3.5.1. Market Driver Analysis
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3.6.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers
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3.6.4. Threat of Substitutes
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Chapter 7. Competitive Landscape
Chapter 8. Appendix
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Huawei remains a blacklisted company by the US government, but that apparently hasn't stopped it attempting to circumvent sanctions to get its hands on more advanced chips.
As Bloomberg reports, Huawei is thought to be "providing support" for a local startup called Pengxinwei IC Manufacturing Co. (PXW) which was founded in 2021. Why is that raising eyebrows? Because PXW is run by a former Huawei executive, is located close to Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen, and is ordering chipmaking equipment in order to build a semiconductor fab. Those orders include foreign suppliers, which Huawei no longer has access to.
It's currently unclear if PXW's plans violate US trade sanctions with China, but the US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has the startup on its radar. The relationship with Huawei hasn't gone unnoticed, with BIS explaining:
"BIS is constantly on the lookout for efforts to evade export controls, including those related to parties on the Entity List like Huawei, and uses open-source, proprietary and classified information to substantiate and then, when appropriate, apply our administrative or criminal law enforcement as well as regulatory tools to address violations."
If PXW is allowed to import foreign equipment to manufacturer semiconductors, the company expects to start producing 28nm chips in 2025 (14nm and 7nm chips are also planned after that). It's unclear if Huawei will be a customer for those chips, but the strong link between the two companies at this early stage suggests Huawei would likely benefit from PXW's success, especially when it comes to producing networking hardware.
DUBAI, UAE, Oct. 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- At HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Dubai, during the Huawei Global Electric Power Summit themed "Unleash Digital and Create New Value for Electric Power", Huawei released the White Paper on Electric Power Communication All-Optical Network Architecture and Technologies to facilitate the digital transformation of the electric power industry.
Jason Li, Director of Marketing & Solutions Sales, Huawei Electric Power Digitalization Business Unit, gave a speech in which he emphasized that the power communication network is the basis for automatic power grid dispatching, market-oriented network operations, and modernized management. He also noted that such a network is an important means to ensure secure, stable, and economical operations of the power grid as well as the core infrastructure of the power system. The White Paper, released by Huawei, describes how to build an intelligent optical base for power communication networks based on the all-optical architecture. It also aims to help the electric power industry cope with digital challenges, meet technical requirements for digital transformation, and accelerate digital transformation.
The digital transformation of the electric power industry requires the power communication network to inherit the hard pipe technology used on production network services — such as SCADA, security and stability system, and teleprotection — to ensure high reliability and deterministic low latency of the production network. In addition, the power communication network must also be capable of carrying future-oriented services, such as situation awareness and IoT, to Excellerate the scalability of network bandwidth and the flexibility of multi-service bearing. With the development of the fifth-generation fixed network (F5G), the optical service unit (OSU), as the fifth-generation native hard pipe (NHP) technology, takes the best of both SDH and OTN technologies. It supports the ultra-high bandwidth beyond 100G, and provides 2 Mbit/s to 100 Gbit/s service access capabilities, meeting needs of both production network services and future-oriented services. These strengths make OSU the preferred solution for digital power grid network construction and SDH network upgrade.
According to the White Paper, the OSU technology is integrated into the backbone network, power transmission and transformation network, and substation/power distribution network to implement highly secure bearing of network services at each layer. The architecture implements E2E one-hop transmission from the substation/power distribution network to the backbone network, making the NHP all-optical architecture the optimal architecture of the power communication network. Specifically, the NHP all-optical architecture of the power communication network has the following features:
Huawei has been working in the optical network field for nearly 30 years and has maintained the largest market share in the global optical network market for 13 consecutive years. Huawei makes full use of its technological prowess to continuously explore the electric power industry. Together with the upstream and downstream of the industry chain, Huawei has provided secure, stable, and reliable all-optical communication network solutions for countries and regions such as China, Thailand, Brazil, the UAE, and Austria, accelerating the digital transformation of the electric power industry and reshaping industry productivity.
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An image of a woman holding a cell phone in front of a Huawei logo displayed on a computer screen. Canada on Thursday said it plans to ban the use of China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE 5G gearto protect national security, joining the rest of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network.
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LONDON — The U.K. government extended a deadline for telecom companies to remove equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei from their 5G mobile networks.
Telcos will now have until December 2023 to remove Huawei equipment, such as that used at phone mast sites and telephone exchanges, from their network "cores" — where some of the most sensitive data is processed. The government had originally ordered them to do so by January.
Meanwhile, a requirement for firms to reduce the level of Huawei equipment in their non-core networks to 35% has been delayed to October 31 2023 — later than an initial July ultimatum.
They will still need to ban new Huawei 5G installments and completely eliminate it from their networks by the end of 2027. The order was enshrined in law last year with a piece of legislation called the Telecoms Security Act.
Prime Minister Liz Truss's government has sent legal notices to 35 U.K. telecoms network operators to officially enforce the move.
Britain had initially said it would allow Huawei in its rollout of 5G networks. But in 2020, the government opted to ban Huawei over data security concerns. The Shenzhen-based firm was classed as a "high risk" vendor, meaning it posed possible risks to national security.
Officials on either side of the Atlantic are worried Huawei's technology could allow China to spy on sensitive communications and other data. Huawei has long denied the claims and said moves to block it are "politically motivated."
That decision was a result of the National Cyber Security Centre's emergency review of Huawei shortly after the U.S. imposed sanctions on the Chinese giant cutting it off from key semiconductor supplies. The move also came amid an intense trade battle between China and the U.S. — a close ally to the U.K.
Previously, telecoms groups like BT and Vodafone had been told to remove Huawei 5G equipment from their "core" by January 2023. However, some companies took issue with the measures, concerned this didn't provide them enough time to strip out the equipment from their infrastructure, a costly exercise.
In June, BT requested an extension beyond the government's January 2023 for removal of Huawei from core 5G infrastructure, saying it might not meet the deadline due to delays caused by Covid-19 lockdowns. BT CEO Philip Jansen had even warned the ban may result network outages for customers if implemented too hastily.
Vodafone has already removed Huawei from its core.
In a press release Thursday, the government said it extended the January 2023 deadline to "balance the need to remove Huawei as swiftly as possible while avoiding unnecessary instability in networks."
A BT spokesperson wasn't immediately available when contacted for comment by CNBC.
U.K. Digital Minister Michelle Donelan said: "We must have confidence in the security of our phone and internet networks which underpin so much about our economy and everyday lives."
She added: "Thanks to this government's tough new laws we can drive up the security of telecoms infrastructure and control the use of high-risk equipment. Today I'm using these powers and making it a legal requirement for Huawei to be removed from 5G networks by 2027."
Ian Levy, technical director of the U.K. National Cyber Security Centre, said: "Society increasingly relies on telecoms and the NCSC, government and industry partners work closely to help ensure that these networks are secure and resilient in the long term."
"The Telecoms Security Act ensures we can be confident in the resilience of the everyday services on which we rely, and the legal requirements in this Designated Vendor Direction are a key part of the security journey," he added.