CloudCore is a Cloud Core network virtualization solution that change core network NE architecture from dedicated hardware to general hardware through Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), decoupling software from hardware. CloudCore provides virtualized NE management function for automatic resource deployment and scheduling, improving network efficiency. In addition, CloudCore provides agile service configuration and interworking, shortening the TTM. The Huawei CloudCore supports virtualization of all core network NEs. Carriers can provide FMC services for any subscribers and terminals through CloudCore.
Multi-level HA ensures reliability of 99.999%. Active/standby redundancy or stateless N+M mechanism at the application layer prevents session interruption
MANO-VNFM enables automatic VNF deployment within 1 hour. E2E trouble-shooting to decrease the OPEX
Infrastructure independence ensures long-term evolution. Integration and pre-integration with vertical industries, automatic tools, and flow operation reduce the TTM by 80%
Openness:support common hardware and CloudOS;
Extreme Elastic:flexible scale in or out in minutes;
High Performance:best transfer ability with high speed, virtualization performance is better than the that of industry;
High availability:99.999% availability
E2E integration service;
complete tool suite to improve the integration efficiency;
Complete partner economy system to provide the off-site optimization
Fast service deployment in hours based on the MANO;
support the unified operation ,including the cloud-aware and traditional platform
The Huawei CloudCore complies with industrial cloudification standards. The open cloud-based solution supports automatic and simplified network deployment and service compilation.
The most critical challenge for the NFV transformation entails a multi-vendor integration. Huawei provides its NFV prime integration service to help carriers achieve business success through NFV transformation.
Operators use cloud computing technologies to implement resource sharing, flexible allocation, and software and hardware decoupling.