The Agile Controller-Campus is Huawei’s next-generation controller for campus and branch networks. Used in multiple innovative solutions, such as automatic network deployment, policy automation, and SD-WAN, the Agile Controller-Campus reduces Operating Expenses (OPEX) and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) costs of enterprises, accelerates service cloudification and digital transformation, and makes network management more agile and network O&M more intelligent.
The Agile Controller-Campus supports various application scenarios, such as CloudCampus, SD-WAN, and user access management.
Provides network service automation including planning, deployment, O&M, and PMI. Supports multi-tenant management to help MSPs provide managed campus network services. Provides open application APIs to flexibly expand enterprise campus network services.
Helps enterprises to build an application-aware, cost-effective, easy-to-maintain, and on-demand enterprise interconnection solution, facilitating fast innovation of enterprise services. Supports zero-touch provisioning, intelligent traffic steering, and visualized O&M.
Provides unified user access and management for employees, guests, and administrators to ensure service policies and experiences including user rights, QoS, and bandwidth. Supports multiple authentication protocols, such as 802.1x, Portal, MAC address, and TACACS.
Huawei’s CloudCampus Solution provides users with fast deployment, simplified management, and full data analysis capabilities to collect statistics on customer flows and the number and time of visits, assisting in the business success of Dongfeng Honda.
By cooperating with ICT vendors such as Huawei, FreeWiFi8 has constructed Wi-Fi networks for over 40 different customers in Beijing, including large shopping malls, franchise chains, hospital campuses, railway stations, and office buildings.
Based on Huawei’s industry-leading ICT technologies, such as 100G and SDN, KMITL has an SDN-based virtual campus network and used the VXLAN network architecture to co-deploy both the campus network and the DC, providing virtual campus network services.