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    Airport Cloud Solution

    While resource pooling ensures smooth service rollout, SDN-based cloud enables flexible network management.


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Improving Efficiency, Enabling Smart Services

Harnessing cloud computing, big data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and other cutting-edge technologies, Huawei helps airports enter the cloud era, transforming airport operations, management, and services, and improving the overall efficiency of intelligent analysis systems and enabling smart services.
Multiple Pools in a Single Cloud, Cloud and Network Synergy
Cloud resources are distributed across multiple pools — for example production, security protection, and integrated service pools — with resource pooling ensuring smooth service roll-out. Software Defined Networking (SDN)-enabled cloud and network synergy facilitates flexible management of network resources.
Unified Resource Scheduling, and Secure and Reliable Data Storage
Active-active and Disaster Recovery (DR) technologies eliminate data loss. HyperMetro and HyperReplication maximize the security and reliability of airport data.
Centralized Airport Data Management
Huawei ManageOne provides unified management of cloud data centers, as well as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), data, DR, and security services.

Gain the Edge

Diversified Features

Multiple Pools in One Cloud

Resource pooling ensures smooth service rollout and SDN-based cloud enables flexible network management.

Converged Management

Stable, Reliable, Unified Storage Network

Centralized airport data management, improving management efficiency and reducing Information Technology Outsourcing (ITO) by 25%.

Active-Active Storage and Remote Replication

Improving the security of cloud data centers.


One Map uses the Horizon Digital Platform for Airports to integrate data from more than 30 systems of ATC authorities, airports, and airlines. The solution employs video, big data, IoT, ICP, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and other technologies to help the Airport Operations Center (AOC) manage airside, landside, and ground operations on one map.

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Real-World Success