Huawei Showcases Wireless Networking Advancements for Developer Audience

By Luke Bellos, Editor, TMCnet  |  April 28, 2021

Between April 24th and April 26th, Chinese tech giant Huawei (News - Alert) held the company’s annual Developer Conference in the university town of Shenzhen, China. The conference brings together some of the brightest minds in the tech community, as a way to gain fresh insights into the latest innovations across the industry.

In an effort to highlight some of the major developments the company has achieved recently. Huawei showcased the CloudCampus 3.0 Solution, the company’s advanced campus network that is currently running throughout Shenzhen. The network supports nearly 20,000 active students at once, and boasts reliable wireless connectivity for both students and teachers across the entire area. To achieve such a high quality network, Huawei integrated it’s own CloudEngine S12700E (one of the industry's most powerful ultra-broadband core switches), as well as the company’s triple-radio APs, AirEngine 8760-X1-PRO and AirEngine 6760-X1.

"Since its founding, the University Town of Shenzhen has nurtured a vast number of high-tech innovative talents for Shenzhen's reform and development," said Sun Tao, Director of the Network Information Center, Management Office, University Town of Shenzhen. "Our smart science and education campus has already entered the 2.0 era, with digital innovation, intelligent management, and granular services in full swing. This offers high-quality campus network services and scientific research environments for campus developers, thereby empowering them with higher skills for innovation."

By showcasing the networking capabilities of Shenzhen’s campus, Huawei representatives demonstrated how the company’s wireless technologies are an ideal fit for large-scale organizations, such as stadiums or larger college campuses. To learn more about the other products and technologies showcased at Huawei’s annual event, readers can visit Huawei’s official site.




Edited by Maurice Nagle