- By Product
- By Industry
- By Type
- Enterprise Networking
- Enterprise Optical Transmission & Access
- Cloud Data Center
- Enterprise Collaboration
- Enterprise IoT
- Enterprise Wireless
- Intelligent Video Surveillance
Enterprise Optical Transmission & Access
Cloud Data Center
Intelligent Video Surveillance
Huawei Partner Engineer Summit - Brussels 2019
The Huawei Partner Engineer Summit West Europe 2019 took place in Brussels, Belgium. Aiming to promote and encourage lifelong learning to keep up with the fast-moving digital economy, engineers from Huawe's West Europe Channel Partner network and ICT experts from Huawei gathered together to share best practices and knowledge, to discuss projects, to strengthen their collaboration and to increase service capabilities. In addition, Huawei's experts shared their insights about new product features as well as the product roadmap and highlights.
Priscilla van de Pol explains the software tools for the Digital Forensics Solution
Priscilla van de Pol explains the software tools for the Huawei Digital Forensics Solution
The China Merchants Bank finds app usage important
The China Merchants Bank finds the metrics of how customers use their app more valuable than the number of transactions. Huawei’s Ron Raffensperger has the details.
Digital Forensics: Brian Xia on mobility of Digital Forensics solution
Brian Xia explains the advantages of the mobility of the Digital Forensics solution
Vincent Chen at Money 2020
Banks often have legacy systems which are closed and expensive to maintain. To meet today’s customer demands, IT architecture has to be open and modular. Vincent Chen, CTO Financial Services at Huawei, explains the company’s philosophy.
Atos showcases its facial recognition system
Atos builds a facial recognition system which can use used by governments for border security. The system is also equipped to read licence plates after which access can be given to a parking lot.
What is the relation between Edge Computing and the predictive maintenance functionality?
Predictive Maintenance is a functionality which detects problems before a machine becomes faulty. For example, if the movement of an arm of a robot has a chance to become less accurate, this functionality can accurately predict an upcoming issue. In a production line, appropriate action can be taken, before the movement has too big of a deviation. For Predictive Maintenance, Edge Computing power is necessary.
From Edge to Cloud
How do you get the data from a specific device in the production line to the cloud for further analysis? There are security and connectivity issues which need to be addressed in the IT infrastructure.
Huawei 5G Truck Coming to the UK
The Huawei 5G Demo Truck is touring the UK this summer 2019. The truck includes: A Cloud VR zone that will showcase how VR and AR can be applied in sectors such as medical, education and design. A Cloud Gaming zone that will show low-latency 5G gaming experiences. A Cloud PC area that will demonstrate how computing of the future will work with cloud-based desktops having their OS and data housed separately from the physical devices. Huawei will also demonstrate 360-degree live streaming over 5G.
Who should be the main users of SmartCity technology?
Many Smart City projects only target middle-class and high-income citizens. Richard Budel, Huawei CTO Government, says we can’t ignore those with lower incomes
Digital Forensics: Arjen Koen on Digital Forensics Benefits
Arjen Koen explains the benefits of the Huawei Digital Forensics solution
No results have been found to match the filter terms.