Huawei has showcased its agile network solution at Mobile World Congress 2014. As Huawei’s latest enterprise networking architecture, the agile network solution is the first network in the industry to apply Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technology. Aimed to provide enterprise customers with agile networking service and capability, since the launch of the agile network solution in 2013, Huawei has been exploring business opportunities with carrier partners, on the reselling of enterprise networking products to enterprise customers from various industries, including education service providers and healthcare service providers, and others.
Huawei’s Agile Network is focused on accommodating the actual service requirements of industry customers, providing networking capabilities that can be quickly and flexibly deployed and adapted to business demands. Huawei’s Agile Network also offers fast and stable networks for enterprises, allowing users to enjoy a consistent network experience via any device, anywhere, anytime. This enhances operational efficiency through improved efficiency and convenience between employees, while adopting a centralized security protection system that covers the entire network with advanced security capabilities. In addition, Huawei’s agile network features unified management and configuration with integrated wired and wireless networks as well as visible service quality display, significantly simplifying network operation and maintenance (O&M) processes.
“Over the past year, an increasing number of carriers and industry customers have been showing interest and increased demand in products and solutions provided by Huawei’s agile network solution,” said by Mr. Liu Shaowei, the president of Huawei Enterprise Networking product line. “Dedicated to customer-centric innovation, Huawei will continue to provide industry-leading customer-centric products and solutions. Huawei will also continue to partner with carrier to design and produce more innovative products that are customized towards customers’ business needs, helping customers achieve business success with more agile networks.”
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