Discover how Huawei AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 products help enterprises step into the fully-wireless campus era, unleashing their digital transformation potential.
Although 5G and Wi-Fi are different, find out how Huawei uses these complementary technologies to provide a superior network experience in diverse scenarios.
Wireless networking is one of the most important technologies enabling digital transformation. To quantifiably measure the importance of wireless networking, IDC created a Wireless Maturity Index.
Despite the many external uncertainties of recent times, Huawei has never deviated from our vision and mission. We are committed to bringing digital to every organization.So how have we survived the pandemic and the entity list event over these last 12 months?
In the new era, the campus network architecture will undergo three key changes to meet the future requirements of fully-wireless access for offices to production services and provide ultra-high-speed connections exceeding one Gbps for each user.
During Wi-Fi 6 deployment, how to select Wi-Fi 6 APs most suited to their service requirements among massive types of enterprise-class Wi-Fi 6 APs and how to quickly deploy high-quality wireless networks.
A tidal wave of digital transformation in industrial scenarios is quietly gaining momentum. Next, let's take a look at how AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 powers this digital transformation journey.
Huawei Wi-Fi 6 goes beyond the Wi-Fi 6 standard and innovates with AI to deliver unique features such as 3D online WLAN planning, dynamic-zoom smart antennas, intelligent radio calibration, and AI roaming, achieving more speedy, stable, and intelligent fully wireless networks with continuous experience.
Wi-Fi devices for a company, shopping mall, or hotel seem to work the same as home Wi-Fi. However, they differ in significant ways, and the differences are important to understand when setting up enterprise Wi-Fi networks.
Wi-Fi is heavily ingrained in all aspect of our lives, with the wireless Access Point (AP) as the core component that allows access to a Wi-Fi network. You may have heard of Fit and Fat APs, but what about cloud APs? Here, we’ll introduce these different APs, their working modes, and the campus wireless LANs that they enable.