CeBIT 2015: Huawei demos latest IT solutions

At the CeBIT 2015 in Germany, Huawei has showcased its eLTE Broadband Trunking solution, Agile Wide Area Network (WAN) solution, OceanStor 9000, and next generation Anti-Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) solution.

Huawei said its main focus will be vertical industries such as the electric power, media, and finance sectors to drive the development of smart cities, smart-grids, omni-media and omni-financial services.

“The four major innovative ICT technologies, which include mobile broadband, software-defined networking (SDN), cloud computing and big data, are reshaping all traditional industries,” said Ryan Ding, executive director and president of Products & Solutions, Huawei.

Ryan Ding presented at Huawei Press Conference Keynote at CeBIT 2015

eLTE Broadband Trunking Solution for smart cities

Huawei eLTE Broadband Trunking solution — based on 4G technology — supports voice trunking, data, and video in one network, which enables dispatching visualization.

The Huawei solution supports connections to intelligent video systems, Telepresence, IP call centers and third-party applications, which helps to improve the efficiency of inter-department collaboration and emergency response of governments overall.

Agile WAN: WAN 3.0

The Huawei Agile WAN Solution, through integrating WAN SDN, Internet protocol (IP) hard-pipe technology, atom routers, high throughput, eSight mobile and other leading technologies, helps enterprises stay competitive by providing reliable network connections to ensure a high quality experience.

OceanStor 9000

Huawei launched its OceanStor 9000 – the world’s fastest storage system with large-scale horizontal scalability – to meet the needs of the media industry. OceanStor 9000 enables media organizations to save operating costs by reducing machine room space by 200 percent and energy consumption by 32 percent.


Huawei’s anti-DDoS Solution uses big data technology to build traffic models in over 60 dimensions to prevent hundreds of DDoS attacks without unintentionally interrupting legitimate requests.

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