Huawei's SmartPCC Solution Wins "Best Service-based Architecture for 5G Evolution" Award
Apr 12, 2018
[Madrid, Spain, April 12, 2018] Huawei's SmartPCC solution won the Best Service-based Architecture for 5G Evolution award at the 2018 Policy Control Conference. The solution leverages microservice-level lifecycle management, flexible policy orchestration, and agile service innovation capabilities. Huawei upheld the theme "Service-oriented Policy Engine Evolves to 5G" in the conference.
Huawei accepts the award from Susan Welsh de Grimaldo (left), Director of Strategy Analytics.
As an intelligent service-awareness pipeline, the SmartPCC solution implements policy control in all service scenarios for telecom carriers:
5G-oriented and SBA-powered architecture: The SmartPCC solution supports agile deployment and scaling in seconds, accelerating service innovation.
DevOps operation methodology: The SmartPCC solution can tailor services depending on vertical industry requirements, support automation tests, and reduce TTM, helping carriers improve service experience.
Hybrid networks: The SmartPCC solution can be used on networks consisting of NEs using both legacy and NFV platforms, protecting carriers' traditional assets and facilitating the transition to 5G.
At the award ceremony, Xu Xi, President of the Convergent Data Domain of Huawei's Cloud Core Network product line, said: "We truly appreciate the industry's recognition of Huawei SmartPCC solution's policy control capabilities and service-oriented practices. With the advent of the 5G era, policy control will play a more important role in E2E QoS assurance for ubiquitous access, multiple services, and multiple industries. Huawei strives to provide better business models, technical architecture, and evolution strategies for carriers, driving industry development and commercial success. In addition, Huawei will join hands with carriers to build flexible, agile, open, and unified policy control centers, providing new business opportunities, modes of operation, and service experiences for carriers in the 5G era."
Looking ahead, Huawei will remain committed to open innovation and cooperation, creating greater value for our customers, advancing the ICT industry, and ultimately contributing to the building of a better connected world.
By the end of the first quarter of 2018, more than 110 countries and 260 carriers had deployed Huawei’s SmartPCC solution. In addition, Huawei has collaborated with China Mobile and LG U+ in verification and cooperation of 5G technology.