Huawei Enterprise unveils new switches and router

Telecom Lead India: Aiming to fortify its market presence in India, Huawei
Enterprise launched S5700-LI Series Gigabit Switches & AR150
& AAR200 Series Enterprise Router.


The company has also initiated a series of road shows,
wherein a mobile experience zone showcases its ICT products and solutions, to
give a hands-on experience to partners and customers.


The newly launched S5700-LI series gigabit enterprise
switches are energy-saving switches. The company has developed these switches
to meet the demand for high-bandwidth access and Ethernet multi-service


Available in four models, S5700-LI series switches are
IEC62368 certified from Underwriters Laboratories Incorporation (UL).


The S5700 supports the Smart Ethernet Protection (SEP)
protocol, applied to the link layer on an Ethernet network.


“Product safety is critical and is an important
aspect for the development of the industry. After receiving the IEC62368
certification from the prestigious UL, Huawei is demonstrating that our
products are safe, reliable and energy efficient,” said Eric Yu,
president, Huawei Enterprise.

The AR G3 series, AR150 & AR200 Series Enterprise Routers offers features
such as routing, switching, voice, security and wireless, all suitable for
enterprise branches and small businesses.


As part of this strategy, the company in association with
its partners is set to target verticals like Government, BFSI, energy, power,


Yu said that India is an important market for Huawei and
they see a huge potential here. The company is aims to earn 10 percent of
market share in India by 2015.


Huawei set to invest $2 billion in India, $150 million for
R&D center in Bangalore


Huawei plans to invest $2 billion over the next four years in India. The company
posted $1.5 billion in revenues from India in 2011-12 and targets more than 50
per cent share of the contracts coming in.


Huawei India chief executive officer Cai Liqun said
that 2011 was a good year for Huawei, as revenue in India increased about 20
per cent.


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