[Shenzhen, China, December 11, 2014]: Huawei is growing its leadership presence in IT and Network Managed Services according to a new white paper from leading ICT business and market analysis firm Technology Business Research (TBR).
In the new white paper, TBR, highlighting the trend towards IT convergence, examines the surge in demand for managed services currently impacting the telecoms industry. Specifically, TBR notes that operators are increasingly selecting managed service providers that are able to reduce complexity and operational costs in both IT and network environments. Huawei is highlighted in the paper as one of the leading suppliers of ITO for operators; specifically:
- Since entering the market in 2005, Huawei has won more than 360 managed services contracts, with operators viewing Huawei’s customer management practices and technical expertise as particularly strong.
- Huawei’s Managed IT Transformation Solution is a key asset in addressing ITO requirements and enables operators to achieve business success in highly competitive markets through standardized and automated operation. The solution includes a full range of IT consulting, integration and operation transformation solutions to help operators achieve IT centralization, virtualization and cloudification.
- Huawei’s Managed Enterprise Cloud Solution offers a flexible cooperation model, open cloud platform, efficient operation management and proactive business operation support. It also enables carriers to release high quality cloud services and break into new markets faster. The solution’s specific services include cloud platform build, business operation support, and operation management.
“Operators in the TBR survey cited Huawei among the top three managed services providers for network functions. [The company’s] broad portfolio of managed services for IT and network environments delivers IT transformation for operators looking to incorporate new technologies such as Network Functions Virtualization , Software Defined Networking and cloud into their operations,” said Michael Sullivan-Trainor, Executive Analyst, TBR.
To view the full version of TBR’s new paper, please visit: http://tbri.com/analyst-perspectives/special-reports/pgView.cfm?document=11176.