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Huawei showcases safe and smart city solution

MWC, telecom | March 5, 2015
Announces ICT innovations for smart cities at MWC

Huawei safe city

The customers are interested in Huawei Smart City solutions, and share the opinions with Huawei.

Huawei has introduced its Safe City Solution at the Mobile World Congress (MWC).

The company realises that public security depends heavily on technology and leverages information and communication technology to improve public safety.

Safe City Solution enables active prevention, quick response during incidents, and efficient evidence collection.

Featuring ubiquitous high-performance broadband network coverage, Huawei's Safe City Solution connects a large number of High-Definition (HD) cameras and sensors for around the clock protection.

A Long Term Evolution (LTE) multimedia trunking system included in the solution has the ability to support emergency response across multiple parties.

"Huawei believes that innovative ICT as the core driving force for smart cities. We are committed to laying a solid foundation that offers flexible information sharing, ubiquitous broadband access, a high level of service agility, and enhanced security for smart city development," said David He, president, Marketing & Solution Sales Department, Huawei Enterprise Business Group.

Collaborative cloud solution

Huawei's All-in-one Collaborative Cloud Solution provides cloud-based and easily deployed video communications and collaboration.

It effectively integrates applications, networks and terminals to enable mobile office services enhancing the operational efficiency of enterprise branches and SMEs.

Other solutions showcased by Huawei are machine-to-machine (M2M)-based Energy Efficiency Management Solution and Digital Journey Solution.

The open M2M service quality management platform keeps users informed about energy consumption levels and enables remote and centralized energy efficiency management.

Digital Journey Solution helps bus and train operators to reduce maintenance costs, enable the offering of additional value-added services, and improves customers' overall traveling experience.

"Huawei believes that innovative ICT as the core driving force for smart cities. We are committed to laying a solid foundation that offers flexible information sharing, ubiquitous broadband access, a high level of service agility, and enhanced security for smart city development," added He. "Huawei also provides an open ICT platform and continued to work with partners to build an efficient, win-win industry ecosystem to promote the deployment of intelligent applications."

 

 

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