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The "5G + Wi-Fi + IoT" converged campus network solution brings new value to more industries and extend from office campuses to production campuses. The full potential of this hyper-converged campus network solution will be seen especially in healthcare, large enterprise, manufacturing, port, warehousing, and other scenarios, where it will accelerate industry digital transformation and maximize enterprise digital productivity.
Huawei's High-Performance Data Analytics Solution helped to shorten the hospital’s genome sequencing analysis time from 24 hours to just seven minutes.
Huawei expects the NHP-enabled optical network to become a reliable foundation for building a fully connected, intelligent, and green world.
L3 implements conditional autonomy within a single network. A major milestone on the way to evolving from L3 to L4 is L3+, also called L3.5, where L3 is implemented across multi-cloud, multi-data center, and multi-vendor networks.
As the demand for data centers grows, conserving energy is becoming an increasingly pressing challenge.
According to the international Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) the Global Carbon Project (GCP), global carbon emissions reached 34 billion tonnes in 2020. What does that really mean?
Read The Tolly Group's report on Huawei's lossless Ethernet network — the foundation of the CloudFabric 3.0 Hyper-Converged Data Center Network Solution.
This document interprets main information in the IDC white paper, sponsored by Huawei, The Hyper-converged Datacenter Network: How Ethernet Addresses the Need for Low Latency, Losslessness, and Full Life-Cycle Network Automation.
This document interprets ACC -Huawei's intelligent and lossless hyper-converged data center network innovatione. It elaborates Huawei CloudFabric 3.0 Hyper-Converged DCN Solution.
To deliver high computing power, resources in data centers must be highly coordinated and converged. With this in mind, Huawei launched the CloudFabric 3.0 Hyper-Converged DCN Solution.
The data center network, as the infrastructure for the development of Internet services, has moved from initial GE and 10GE networks to the 25G access + 100G interconnection phase.
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