The forthcoming intelligent world will present new opportunities for the development of ultra-broadband. The number of video users has increased significantly, and millions of enterprises are migrating to the cloud. Leading countries have released timetables for 5G commercial deployment. However, many carrier networks still lack agile operation systems. They are hard to maintain, and rely on only a small number of security features for protection, which makes it difficult to support the future development of business where uncertainties are rife.
To this end, Huawei has launched the Intent-driven Network (IDN), to help operators address future business uncertainties. IDN has three key features: intelligent, simplified, and super fast.
Intelligent business operations and network O&M, from automatic to adaptive, and ultimately to autonomous
Network resource as a platform to achieve simplified architecture, protocol, and topology
Ultra-broadband redefined to encompass ultra-low latency, ultra-high bandwidth, and massive connections
Operators are the enablers of digital transformation in a market with vast potential for development. But they must switch from traditional tech-driven investment models to models driven by business value.
Huawei's network security solution provides hierarchical security protection for carriers to defend against security threats, such as information leakage, pipe attacks, botnets, Trojan horses, worms, and unauthorized access.