Corrine Lin showcasing Huawei ICT solutions on the stand.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is at the World Congress marketing its complete range of ICT solutions for customers and partners operating in the global transportation sector. The company, which is now marketing its services worldwide, is focusing on providing ICT solutions for highway and city transportation networks – for example, on supplying a full range of communication equipment, servers, switches, security software and data transmission by both fibre optic cable and wireless networks.
“Usually we provide services in three key stages,” said Huawei transportation solutions marketing director Corrine Lin. “First we assess terminals, then assess network capability, then install IT infrastructure such as servers, storage and security.”
Huawei is targeting central and local government transportation agencies and ITS systems integrators as potential customers. “We are also developing a network of global and local partners for providing specific applications on our communication platforms and infrastructure,” Lin added.
Furthermore, Huawei is offering networks of VDI – virtual desktop infrastructure – enabling customers to work and travel without carrying a computer or other personal device, but instead accessing personal information from secure datacentres via Huawei platforms of communication.