- China-based Huawei has officially released its intelligent data center service solutions
- The company highlighted five features that super-large data centers must have
At the Industrial Digital Transformation Conference 2020 which was live streamed globally, Huawei officially released its Intelligent Data Center Service Solution. This service, as per Huawei, can help customers design, build and operate the world’s high-reliability (Tier-4), green and intelligent data centers. Huawei said that with the aid of artificial intelligence, the Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) can be reduced by eight per cent to 15 per cent.
“Large data centers will be both the focus and the challenge of the future. A super-large data center must have five features: resource convergence, high power efficiency, business continuity, technological innovation, and intelligence,” stated Hank Stokbroekx, vice president of Enterprise Service, Huawei Enterprise BG.
Advanced data centers will be in great demand
Huawei informed that as the new technologies empower various industry sectors, such as finance, governments, manufacturing, and media advanced data centers will be in great demand. The China-based company has started offering consumers services in consulting and design, integration implementation, data center O&M, operation support service.
“New technology is leading digital transformation: AI, IoT, and 5G are being widely deployed, and various industry sectors, such as finance, governments, manufacturing, and media, are on a digital journey. As the intelligent brain of a digital enterprise, advanced data centers will be in great demand. With this in mind, and based on Huawei’s years of practice in ICT this full-lifecycle, one-stop service solution, provides customers with consulting & design, integration implementation, intelligent operation and maintenance (O&M), and operation support,” read Huawei’s official statement.
It continued, “Huawei has established a comprehensive global service assurance system and accumulated extensive experience in data center construction. By 2019, we worked with more than 500 industry experts and 4200+ partners worldwide, helping global enterprises build 1000+ data centers, totaling an area of more than 2.4 million square meters.”