Huawei enables the B2B transformation of ISPs and the development of MSP services
Shenzhen, china, September 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today at HUAWEI CONNECT 2021, a session on the Internet service industry was held on the topic “Huawei Enables B2B Transformation of ISPs and MSP Services Development”. The session was broadcast around the world, attracting leaders from the ICT industry, global partners and renowned business consultants. Together, participants explored how B2B transformation and hosting services in the Internet service industry can help drive business growth and create state-of-the-art data centers. During the session, Huawei and GlobalData published a white paper on Internet connectivity 3.0, analyzing industry trends, typical customer requirements and future network architecture, focusing on application and technical architecture. The white paper aims to guide customer network planning and design and help build a new era of all-optical connectivity.
Chen Banghua, Vice President of Huawei Corporate Business Group and Chairman of Huawei Global Enterprise Business Solutions Marketing and Sales Department. revealed Huawei’s expectations for Internet Service Provider (ISP) B2B business and Managed Service Provider (MSP) evolution forecast. He also presented Huawei’s strategies and product portfolios for the industry, as well as the solutions Huawei can offer to help ISPs and MSPs develop their capabilities in digitization, cloudification and service delivery.
With the current trend of enterprise cloudification, more and more ISPs are turning into Managed Service Providers, and MSPs themselves are striving to provide cloud-based hosting services. In his keynote address for Huawei’s CloudCampus solution for MSP, Daniel Column Kirk, vice president of strategy for Huawei’s carrier partners business department, described the market trends in hosting services and campus networks. managed in the cloud. He also took the opportunity to promote Huawei’s CloudCampus platform, a scalable, integrated and flexible hosting service solution for MSPs.
Another distinguished speaker was Pasi heikkinen, owner of Viria Security Oy’s global service Finland. His talk titled “Innovation With Huawei’s CloudCampus Solution” explained Viria’s innovations in data analytics, service digitization, cybersecurity and remote working, and how the company leveraged Huawei’s CloudCampus to create a future-oriented, high capacity, automated and intelligent campus network. Pasi heikkinen said, “Huawei’s CloudCampus solution provides a comprehensive set of highly competitive network devices. It supports Wi-Fi 6 and high-performance switching technologies, and provides unified cloud management and service provisioning. In addition, the solution offers advanced troubleshooting tools equipped with telemetry and AI to improve network operations. “
To focus on the business, reduce IT costs, and meet changing service needs, more and more businesses are embracing hosted storage. Huang Dachuan, CTO of Huawei Enterprise Business Group, gave a keynote address titled “STaaS for MSP Solution Helps MTDC / MSP Customers Achieve Business Success,” in which he explored how Huawei’s STaaS solution can help MSPs expand the boundaries of their business, to improve management, reduce costs and improve efficiency. He also presented Huawei’s STaaS solution, designed for MSPs, offering wide coverage and easy management, while reducing costs.
Christophe Voisin, president of CRT Informatique, shared a case of how the company used a castle to build a data center to host customer data and applications. Huawei’s one-stop-shop data center solution has helped build and deploy the company’s data center quickly.
Infrastructure is vital to our rapidly growing Internet. It is the backbone of Internet application software, cloud platforms, data centers, information exchange and user access, which provides production, storage, distribution and the transmission of content for the Internet. Huawei claims decades of technical practices in the industry, and GlobalData has conducted extensive research in the field of ICT. During the session, Li Hongbo, Chairman of Huawei’s Internet Services business, and representatives from GlobalData, jointly released the Internet Connectivity 3.0 White Paper, which details trends in the development of Internet connections.
To transform their connectivity, carriers and ISPs have deployed Internet Connectivity 3.0 technologies at the last mile to reduce network congestion and provide better on-premises connections. And with this upgrade comes new apps – such as AR and VR, 8K ultra-HD video and cloud gaming – providing more personalized services to users.
Huawei hosts HUAWEI CONNECT 2021 online from September 23 to October 31. The theme of this year’s event is Dive Into Digital. We’ll dig deeper into the practical application of technologies like cloud, AI, and 5G across industries, and how they can make organizations of all shapes and sizes more efficient, more versatile, and ultimately more resilient as they go. as we move towards the recouping economy.
For more information, please contact our local team or see https://www.huawei.com/en/events/huaweiconnect