To Help Customers Build Modular Data Centers
[Dubai, October 22, 2012]: Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, unveiled its CloudPower data center energy solution at GITEX 2012. Featuring high performance and “modularization”, the new CloudPower data center energy solution supports global enterprises in building and operating scalable, easy-to-manage and cost-effective data centers to address the challenges brought about by the rise of cloud computing.
Building on Huawei’s existing data center energy solution, the new CloudPower solution incorporates improvements in multiple technical areas to further enhance performance and competitiveness. Such as IDS1000 products, it fetures
- Full series of products, suitable for data center of different scale and construction level.
- Highly integration, 1-week fast deployment and mobile.
- High environmental adaptability, applicable in different extreme environments.
- Significant save of investment on ancillary facilities and operation cost, energy saving.
Fang Liangzhou, Marketing President of Huawei’s Network Energy Products, said, “Modular data centers meet enterprises’ unique needs in the cloud era by allowing for fast, customized construction, while catering for future scalability. Delivering on Huawei’s commitment to provide ‘A Better Way’ for global enterprises to tap into the opportunities presented in the cloud era, we are excited to offer the new CloudPower solution, helping customers build simple, scalable and smart data centers in a cost-effective manner.”
In addition to CloudPower, Huawei will also be showcasing its portfolio of innovative data center solutions at GITEX, including the micro data center and all-in-one container data center. These solutions have been deployed by enterprise customers around the world, including Guatemala MIC cloud IDC, Togo Lome University, E-Gov of Guyana government, Megapolis of Russia, e-government of Ghana, Brazilian Petroleum, McKinsey University, Hong Kong Airlines, India NxtGen, Maldives smart government, etc.
In the first half of 2012, Huawei recorded revenue of over US$115 million in data center energy solutions, and full-year sales revenue is expected to exceed US$250 million. Huawei has also received strong customer interest for the container data center and expects orders of over 100 units in 2012.
Data center solutions are a strategic focus for Huawei in delivering integrated ICT solutions to global enterprises. As a result of the emphasis on data center infrastructure R&D and customer-centric innovation, Huawei has achieved breakthroughs and patents in numerous areas, including UPS, power distribution system, racks, and intellect management system. These achievements have further enhanced Huawei’s ability to serve as an optimal partner for enterprise customers.
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