Challenges of campus network

Created Sep 19, 2016 19:29:51Latest reply Sep 19, 2016 19:30:18 964 1 0 0
New technologies such as mobility, cloud computing, Big Data, social media, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are the newest trends posing big challenges for campus network operators. For example: Enterprises must introduce new services quicker than ever before Customers expect good High Definition (HD) video conferencing with outstanding support for remote and mobile office communications
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Unparalleled campus networks from Huawei

Fast innovation: With Huawei’s Agile Controller, network devices, and Ethernet Network Processor (ENP) chips, customers can leap into the future quickly and affordably.

Programmable architecture: The fully programmable architecture of control and data planes enables customers to quickly introduce new services and functions. Huawei’s software-defined mode allows customers to develop new networks up to 4 times faster than traditional networks.

Rich user experience: Automatically identify each network user and deliver a rich set of rights, resources, bandwidth, priority, and security to each network node. Users will receive consistent services, such as the best campus entrance/exit route, by accessing the network anywhere, anytime.

Superior fault detection: Huawei’s unique quality awareness function warns network administrators of faults immediately. They can find and fix them quickly for improved network quality and resume transmitting real-time services, such as video and voice, nearly uninterrupted.

Extremely efficient O&M : Network administrators must learn many machine languages to maintain traditional networks. The learning curve slows new service introduction. Huawei’s Agile Network uses simple, user-friendly natural languages to get customers up to speed fast.

Customers can also virtualize network switches and WLAN devices into a single switch. Huawei’s “One Box” concept and unified device and service management can dramatically reduce O&M workloads.
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