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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.

Business Continuity Assurance for Remote Working

Ye Zhonghua 2020-04-03
Demand for remote online working is increasing, posing new challenges for enterprise ICT infrastructure in terms of service continuity assurance and remote Operations and Maintenance (O&M). Built on years of experience in business management, Huawei’s Remote Emergency Service Solution provides rapid, effective support for Huawei ICT infrastructure.
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What Are the Cybersecurity Risks for Transportation Operators?

David Soldani 2019-11-20
Operators shouldn’t view, or raise, cyber-risk as a reason to delay digitisation but must view it as a strong motivation to continuously improve the integrity and robustness of their networks.
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Does Australian Rail Really Need a Bandwidth Boost?

Jason Leung 2019-11-19
Individually, siloed systems provide some value to operators; when integrated into a single view of operations, they create immensely greater opportunities for optimisation and real-time responsiveness to even the most complex situations or hidden performance trends.
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Changing Tracks on Rail Safety: The Case for Better Data

Jason Leung 2019-11-07
To improve safety performance on Australian railways, operators will need two things: highly capable and robust connectivity networks. 4G, LTE, GSM-R
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Fat, Fit, and Cloud APs — in a Nutshell

2019-03-07
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.

In-depth Interpretation of Huawei's Enterprise Service Development Strategy 2.0

Sun Maolu 2019-09-18
On September 18, at HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei announced its Enterprise Service Development Strategy 2.0, and the investment of US$1 billion in intelligent services over the next five years.
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Brand-New Campus Network Engine — Ideal for the Wi-Fi 6 Era

2019-07-30
In 2013, Huawei made a big breakthrough in campus networking by launching a series of innovative solutions and products, including the groundbreaking Agile Campus Network Solution and the industry's first agile switch — S12700.
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What are the Differences Between Enterprise Wi-Fi and Home Wi-Fi?

2018-12-20
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.
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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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