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Huawei’s desktop cloud solution, FusionAccess, is a virtual desktop application based on Huawei FusionSphere. It allows users to access cross-platform applications and desktops through TCs or other connected terminals. FusionAccess features security and reliability, user experience, and agility and efficiency. It serves over 3,000 enterprises and over 1.3 million users worldwide and is widely deployed in the education, finance, government, telecommunication, energy, and media industries.
Huawei FusionCloud solution consists of the following parts: FusionSphere Virtualization layer, FusionSphere OpenStack cloud platform layer, service components offering different capabilities as the cloud service layer, ManageOne unified management layer, FusionBridge connecting to the public cloud to implement hybrid cloud deployment and the cloud data center that provides customers with service awareness, business intelligence, unified management, and unified services.
Huawei Desktop Protocol (HDP) is a Huawei-proprietary new-generation VDI access protocol used by TCs for remote access to the virtual desktop. It provides clear text and graphics display, smooth video playback, excellent audio quality, high compatibility, and low bandwidth usage.SBC
SBC is an on-demand application delivery solution that manages data center applications in a centralized manner and delivers applications to users using any terminals anywhere anytime. HDP-based SBC is meant for scenarios such as simple office, secure Internet access, branch office, and mobile office.Windows desktop
FusionAccess supports Windows virtual desktops, which can be accessed from TCs, laptops, and smartphones. Currently, all mainstream OSs are supported.Linux desktop
FusionAccess allows enterprise users to use Linux virtual desktops from TCs, laptops, and smartphones.Terminal
End users use terminals to access virtual desktops at the data center and connect to peripherals. Currently, TCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and STB devices are supported.