Company Overview of Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, provides information and communications technology (ICT) solutions and services for telecom carriers, enterprises, and consumers worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Carrier Business, Enterprise Business, and Consumer Business. The Carrier Business segment develops and manufactures a range of wireless networks, fixed networks, carrier software, and core networks, as well as services solutions to telecommunications operators. The Enterprise Business segment develops ICT products and solutions, including enterprise network infrastructure, cloud-based green data centers, enterprise information security, and uni...
Huawei Industrial Base
Founded in 1987
Key Executives for Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
Founder, Deputy Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Deputy Chairman, Rotating Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Strategy & Development Committee, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Audit Committee, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Human Resources Committee
Deputy Chairman, Rotating Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of Human Resources Committee, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Finance Committee and Member of Strategy & Development Committee
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, Member of Executive Committee, Member of Finance Committee, Member of Human Resources Committee and Member of Strategy & Development Committee
Chief Executive Officer of Huawei Communication Technologies
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Orange Starts Selling Huawei P8 Smartphone
Jul 2 15
Orange Luxembourg has started selling the Huawei P8 smartphone. The product features a 5.2-inch full HD screen, 3 GB RAM, 16 GB storage plus memory card slot and an HiSilicon Kirin 930 2 GHz octa-core processor. The P8 comes with an 8 megapixel camera on the front and 13 megapixel camera on the rear, as well as Android 5.0 Lollipop. Huawei's consumer division and Orange Luxembourg have announced that they will increase their collaboration in the country.
Huawei and Alstom Announce Successful Completion of 4G LTE Multi-Services Live Pilot Test Based on CBTC
Jun 30 15
Huawei and Alstom announced the successful completion of the world's first live pilot test of 4G LTE multi-services based on Communications-based Train Control (CBTC), a railway signaling system based on wireless ground-to-train communication. The successful pilot, which covered the unified multi-service capabilities of several systems including CBTC, Passenger Information System (PIS), and closed-circuit television (CCTV), marks a major step forward in the LTE commercialization of CBTC services. Alstom is the world's first train manufacturer to integrate LTE 4G into its signaling system solution, the Urbalis Fluence CBTC solution, which greatly improves the suitability of eLTE, providing a converged ground-to-train wireless communication network for metro operations. The LTE pilot project was launched after a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Huawei and Alstom in April 2014, which agreed to Huawei providing the eLTE network required for the pilot, and Alstom providing the train and LTE-compliant onboard equipment. The pilot was carried out at metro lines near the Valenciennes commune area in France with Huawei optimizing the network planning, broadband data services, and mission critical voice trunking services, and Alstom providing the technology integration support. During the pilot, Huawei and Alstom jointly conducted several tests, including laboratory and static test on trains, dynamic test on metro tracks, and testing of eLTE multi-services capabilities.
Huawei Releases New Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Algorithm, Flow Engine 2.0, at the Open Networking Summit 2015 Held in California
Jun 29 15
Huawei has released a new Software-defined Networking (SDN) algorithm, Flow Engine 2.0, at the Open Networking Summit 2015 held in California. The solution is built into SDN controllers to support tens of thousands of nodes and also help carriers improve IP+Optical resource efficiency by 40% when compared to conventional methods. The recent increase in new services and difficultly forecasting spikes in data traffic has resulted in legacy carrier networks struggling to meet dynamic service requirements. In order to meet these challenges, many carriers are progressing their networks towards an SDN architecture. Last year, Huawei released the Flow Engine 1.0, which helped carriers achieve global optimization through an IP monolayer algorithm. Testing the newly launched Flow Engine 2.0, Huawei achieved a number of performance breakthroughs in IP+Optical synergy, such as batch service provision and global optimization, helping carriers navigate service and traffic management challenges. Flow Engine 2.0 significantly improves network resource efficiency which is similar to vehicle scheduling efficiency, such as GPS navigation. In vehicle scheduling the GPS system has to simultaneously analyze a number of aspects, including traffic and road maintenance in order to direct the driver along the most appropriate route. Although the idea is simple, when combining tens of thousands of nodes and millions of routes, it is hard to determine if the real-time calculation is the most optimal. Using a real-time algorithm improves the output. Flow Engine 2.0 seamlessly integrates innovative graph theories, programming decomposition, matrix compression, and other algorithm technologies which navigate IP+Optical layers to allocate resources efficiently across all elements of the solution. When compared to conventional IP+Optical networking, the Flow Engine 2.0 resource efficiency is improved by over 40%, and in some scenarios by up to 100%. The solution also uses parallel processing, multi-subnet cutting, and a range of other technologies to support carriers with super large networks (over 10,000 nodes) with practicality challenges. Huawei has achieved a number of algorithm innovation breakthroughs in IP+Optical cross-domain reliability (SRLG Disjoint), simplified IP+Optical interaction (unified topology, simplification of the information scale of the Optical layer), and network throughput (rapid calculation of near optimal solutions), meeting the network needs of operators and enhancing the commercial pace of the SDN industry.
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