Huawei unveils CloudCampus 2.0 solution to enhance campus networks

Huawei gathers region’s IP experts to discuss campus network digital transformation during Huawei Middle East IP Club Carnival 2020

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Huawei has unveiled CloudCampus 2.0, its latest campus network solution at its two-day virtual event held recently. According to the vendor, this solution will help enterprises of all sizes to build gigabit fully-wireless smart campus networks and accelerate the connectivity in enterprise campuses.

Held under the theme ‘Rethink IP: New Connection, New Dimension’, Huawei Middle East IP Club Carnival 2020 hosted discussions with global and regional experts on the latest wireless campus technology trends, and how enterprises can build fully wireless, secure workplaces and campus networks based on next generation Wi-Fi 6 technologies to meet future digitalisation demands.

Launched during the virtual event, CloudCampus 2.0 addresses the increasing demand of latency-sensitive and bandwidth-hungry applications on campus networks, by guaranteeing quality of key services, enough bandwidth per user, and other requirements so that enterprises can experience seamless connectivity within their campus.

Within the CloudCampus 2.0 range is a full line-up of all-new, high-bandwidth, high-performance wired and wireless network devices that can help accelerate digital transformation for enterprises.

New CloudCampus 2.0 products include Huawei AirEngine 8760, CloudEngine S series multi-GE switches (CloudEngine S5732-H) and Huawei CloudEngine S12700E.

Dr. Li Xing, President of the Campus Network Domain, Data Communication Product Line, Huawei said: “By bringing together the region’s foremost minds in IP, we are able to create strong platforms for dialogue that will see exciting new pathways opening up for businesses and individuals across the region to take advantage of the best practices.”

“Wi-Fi6 has been a true enabler for our digital transformation, and has helped us to overcome the challenges of the current situation. We have been able to provide advanced patient-centric healthcare services, from remote collaboration to telemedicine & patient monitoring, eventually easing patients’ lives,” commented Eng. Saad AlMasradi AlQahtani, Assistant Deputy Minister, Digital Technologies at Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia.

“Huawei’s all-wireless campus technology, such as Wi-Fi6 has enabled us to adopt various government services in a wireless environment and has helped us a lot by providing benefits such as much better network coverage, improved capacity & more efficient video broadcasting for 4K and 8K video, ultimately enhancing overall user experience.” added Saud Al Salmi, Network department director, Oman Royal Court Affairs.

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