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Huawei shared its latest strategy of “Diving into the Asia Pacific, Shaping an All-Optical, Intelligent Internet” during the Asia Pacific ISP Summit at HUAWEI CONNECT 2022, aimed at bolstering the ISP industry as the critical foundation of the Intelligent World 2030.

Convening business leaders and partners, the summit also featured discussions on Asia Pacific’s all-optical trend and progress of home broadband, integrated bearer and cloud-managed campuses, creating new value for the industry.

Major trends in the ISP industry are green, all-optical and intelligent connectivity. Delving into the Network 2030 Framework in the strategy, Brandon Wu, CTO of Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise Business, said it should be an AI-native, cubic broadband network and deterministic experience, and meet the security and green requirements. 

Wu also shared that Huawei’s technology and solutions will continue to evolve in power-saving and emission reduction, fueling innovation for more Asia-Pacific enterprises. In an informative exhibition, Huawei showcased some of its recently released solutions for the ISP industry, including FTTR (Fiber to the Room) for the home scenario and NetEngine 8000 that integrates multiple service capabilities. The solutions aim to accelerate the transformation to all-optical, intelligent Internet in the Asia-Pacific region.

ISPs from several Asia-Pacific countries also discussed how innovations in Internet infrastructure can help bridge the digital divide and develop the digital economy in the region.

In Nepal, for example, Huawei helped an ISP transform in the home broadband market; in Indonesia, Huawei built cloud connectivity and an integrated bearer; and in Thailand, Huawei worked with local partners in innovating managed service provider (MSP) and campus management through enterprise cloud.

Noting that the Asia-Pacific ISP industry has seen remarkable growth in recent years, Aaron Wang, senior vice president of Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise Business Group, said that the Intelligent World 2030 will see a more important role for ISP as both a foundation of the digital world and a source of global economic recovery.

Huawei will continue to innovate in green, all-optical and intelligent Internet infrastructure to boost the sustainable development of the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region. With extensive experience in data center networks, data center interconnection, intelligent computing and public cloud, Huawei is in a unique position to create new value together with customers in the Internet industry.


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