[Shenzhen, China, February 23, 2018] China Telecom Henan recently worked with Huawei to deploy the CloudCampus solution for a five-star hotel in Henan Province. This solution will enable cloud-based management of the hotel, from network planning and deployment, to operations and maintenance (O&M). It will also help the operator develop managed LAN services.
The telecom industry is becoming increasingly saturated. And the challenges from disruptive mobile internet technology are making it even more difficult for operators to create new revenue from traditional services. Demand for government and enterprise services is growing by over 50% every year. Traditionally, operators had to assign technical staff on site for network deployment and O&M. This model is very labor and time intensive, and cannot meet the growing demand for government and enterprise services. The cloud-based management solution adopts a unified management architecture and a remote O&M model, helping operators plan their enterprise and government services and build an ecosystem. With these advantages, China Telecom Henan chose Huawei's CloudCampus solution to develop its enterprise and government business.
CloudCampus supports cloud-based network management across the entire lifecycle, from network planning and deployment, to O&M and inspection. Fast network deployment helps enterprises reduce OPEX. The solution also supports multiple tenants and multi-functional networks, enabling centralized control and management and value-added managed LAN services for operators. The open APIs on the cloud platform can be tailored to the needs of third-party partners, thus delivering diverse value-added services for enterprises. This helps improve enterprise customer experience and develop more competitive services, allowing operators to build a B2B ecosystem.
Qi Yanjie, Vice General Manager of Enterprise Customers Dept at China Telecom Henan, stated, "Huawei's CloudCampus solution helps simplify network deployment and reduce maintenance costs. The project is very beneficial, with the static payback period being less than two years. It enables us to bring digital technology to the government and enterprise sector, and achieve shared success. We look forward to working with Huawei to expand our business into education, health, and retailer industries. Our goal is to deliver more value-added services for government and enterprise customers, and achieve sustainable growth."
Wang Shihong, General Manager of Huawei Switch Domain at Switch & Enterprise Gateway Product Line, stated that "based on the innovative cloud-based management model, Huawei's CloudCampus solution helps enterprises address problems such as slow network deployment and high O&M costs, thus achieving fast network deployment and simplified O&M. We will continue to put customers first, and develop more cloud-based management solutions that meet the needs of government and enterprise customers. Our aim is to better serve the market."
MWC 2018 will be held from February 26 to March 1 in Barcelona, Spain. Huawei will showcase its products and solutions at booth 1J50 in Fira Gran Via Hall 1, booth 3I30 in Hall 3, and the Innovation City zone in Hall 4. For more information, please visit www.huawei.com/mwc2018/.