The intelligent cloud network built based on “IPv6+” capabilities will promote the digital development of individuals, enterprises, and households and enable carriers to succeed in business, Hank Chen, President of Router Product Line at Huawei, said recently.
Hank Chen delivered the keynote speech on ‘Build Intelligent Cloud-Network Based on IPv6+ for Digital Transformation’, said a press release.
Under the theme ‘Consolidate Elastic Target Network, Unlocking New Digital Value,’ the Asia Pacific Target Network Conference concluded online recently.
Around 500 professionals from government agencies, standards organizations, enterprises, carriers, and industry mainstream vendors attended this conference organised by Huawei.
At this conference, Huawei worked with leading regional operators such as PLDT, Telkom Indonesia, Globe, and CMI, etc., to discuss the latest trends, standards progress, and innovation capabilities of Internet Protocol Version 6+ (IPv6+).
With the rapid development of the digital economy, carriers’ ICT infrastructure has become the foundation for digitalisation.
In the Asia Pacific region, more and more enterprises are accelerating their digitalisation process, with the growth rate of their cloud spend exceeding 34 per cent.
Both home broadband services and private lines are developed to be interactive. The traffic of high-value services such as HD video and remote office services are increased by 10 times.
Carrier networks face many challenges, both for enterprise and consumer users. Traditional networks face challenges such as ultra-broadband evolution, refined operation, and reactive O&M to meet the requirements of massive user bearing.
Production networks will also face problems such as slow cloud network splitting and provisioning, challenge service SLA assurance, and e-commerce O&M.
To overcome these challenges, a new-generation cloud network with more converged transport, deterministic experience, and intelligent O&M features must be built.
Huawei’s all-scenario integrated bearer solution and NetEngine series routers enable carriers to develop enterprise, individual, and home services.