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Cloud, Big Data, 5G, and AI Accelerate Digital Transformation in Power Industry

Jack Chen 2020-07-09
More and more electric power companies now say that digital transformation strategies are their first priority. Through transformation, companies are building unified digital platforms to manage their mass internal operations systems as well as using existing data and resources to develop more business.
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iKnow: Huawei's Intelligent Customer Service Chatbot Solves Your Technical Problems

Yuan Chenlu 2020-09-29
In a digital age defined by game-changing technologies — from mobile Internet to Artificial Intelligence (AI) — life is lived at lightning speed, making fast and smooth customer service essential. This is where the value of automated customer service becomes abundantly clear. With traditional service channels, including phone and e-mail, unable to provide the immediate resolution that many consumers expect, the rapid growth in new services as well as the unexpected pandemic has only further driven home the point: efficient problem resolution is key to the customer experience.
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Thrive Digitally in a Mobile Future

Jason Cao 2020-06-20
A brief introduction of Huawei FSI's progress and perspective of the future.

200 GE vs. 400 GE: Data Center Network Development Focus

Lu Hai 2020-06-17
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.

How the Sharing Economy Will Shape National Digital Transformation

Tony Li 2020-03-23
As we continue to embed digital technologies in our work and in our homes at an unprecedented rate, the world economy stands at a new tipping point. According to market research firm IDC, by 2023 the global economy will reach digital supremacy — the point at which products and services provided by digitally transformed enterprises will account for more than half of total global GDP.
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Watt-Bit Integration — Smart Grid Is Making the Impossible Possible

Xia Wenbo 2020-06-28
In the future, watts and bits will be more closely integrated on power grids, to form a complementary, highly elastic energy Internet through digital transformation. This energy Internet will work as both the energy consumer and the energy supplier, to enable bidirectional energy flow exchange, making power grids more secure, reliable, efficient, and energy-saving. This is the direction that energy systems are developing toward.

Next-Gen Connectivity – Wi-Fi 6 and 5G Compared

Jason Ding 2020-08-13
Although 5G and Wi-Fi are different, find out how Huawei uses these complementary technologies to provide a superior network experience in diverse scenarios.
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An Intriguing Networking Choice: Passive Optical LAN (POL)

The networking journey is always one of change. Yet there are some technologies that we’ve used for literally decades that are showing signs of being less than up to the challenges of growing bandwidth and device density. Indeed, new services such as Wi-Fi 6 are driving the need for more bandwidth, especially on the backhaul. Copper Ethernet cables are a great example of where a great technology is beginning to run into the harsh limits of physics. To achieve even 10 Gigabit speeds excessive care has to be taken with thick, less flexible cables and distance limits of 100 meters for properly installed cabling systems (Cat6a or Cat7). With bandwidth rising to 40Gbps and 100Gbps and beyond, it becomes a matter of much discussion on how we support networks going forward, especially in new construction. Nobody wants the expense of upgrading a building’s network cabling within a few years of finishing it.
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Enabling Intelligent DCI O&M

Sun Bo 2019-09-16
Data center interconnect (DCI) serves as the foundation of enterprise digital transformation. DCI networks carry increasing amounts of services and require higher reliability.

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