Huawei will showcase its enterprise solutions portfolio, including data center, software-defined networking (SDN), and eLTE solutions, at Interop Las Vegas 2015.
The Chinese information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider will highlight switching and routing portfolio, progress in key technologies initiative and company’s leadership in the Wi-Fi 802.11ac standard.
Key technologies initiative include Agile Network, Software Defined Networking (SDN) for Enterprises, Agile switch, CloudEngine 12800, Enterprise LTE (eLTA) and Wireless and Wired Campus.
Agile Network, which addresses campus network, cloud data center, helps to prepare enterprise networks from end-to-end for applications such as mobile, cloud computing, social media, Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Enterprises can increase the efficiency and scalability of networks with the help of SDN and company will highlight SDN strategy which includes SDN for data centers and WAN solutions.
Additionally, there will be demonstration of SDN-ready S12700 Series Agile Switches, combining L2/L3 switching with rich network services including MPLS VPN, cloud desktop, video conferencing, and IPv6 support.
Huawei’s eLTE provides professional broadband trunking, data, video and other broadband services in a single network with 100Mbps throughput and low latency transmission.
Huawei offers indoor and outdoor Wi-Fi access points, access controllers and network management software. Company will demonstrate its broad switching and routing portfolios, covering solutions for campus, branch and data center.
Huawei has developed a comprehensive built-in, end-to-end cyber security system for enterprises which will also be showcased.
Last month, Huawei showcased its eLTE Broadband Trunking solution, Agile Wide Area Network (WAN) solution, OceanStor 9000, and next generation Anti-Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) solution at the CeBIT 2015 in Germany.
In December, Huawei launched its ICT converged agile gateway, AR3670, to assist enterprise CIOs to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) of branch networks, simplify network operations and maintenance (O&M) and improve capabilities to launch value-added services.