What Huawei achieved in telecom network biz

Chinese technology major Huawei today outlined its main achievements and investments in telecom network business.

Huawei said its revenue from Carrier Services reached $12.06 billion in 2015, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) increase of 19 percent in the past five years, taking 33 percent of the total carrier BG business.

The technology company competes with Nokia, Ericsson and ZTE.

Huawei has established a digital business ecosystem through open collaboration.

The company has increased investment in services, and has achieved major breakthroughs in the fields of Customer Experience Management, Network Experience PLUS, Managed Services and ICT infrastructure transformation.

Huawei had constructed or supported the operation of more than 30 service operation centers (SOCs) globally with the HUAWEI SmartCare CEM solution, providing services to 14 of the world’s top 30 carriers.

The telecom network major also provided the Indoor Connected Solution for more than 40,000 hotspots for 120 carriers in 75 countries.

Huawei provided data center integration services for 255 cloud data centers, and helped carriers consolidate and migrate large-scale data centers.

Huawei implemented over 70 commercial NFV and SDN projects worldwide in NFV/SDN integration services.

Weibing, chief marketing officer, Huawei Global Technology Services, said: “New services such as video, the cloud, and IoT have entered the fast lane, imposing completely new requirements on networks and operations. Software-defined networking, cloud migration, and agile operations are driving this new round of network transformation.”

With five open labs on NFV, cloud data centers, and other domains, Huawei will also invest more than $350 million in service research and development to continue building its solution capabilities in the areas of industry standards, ecosystems, business models, processes, tools, and platforms, to consolidated its capabilities in consulting and system integration services.

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