MWC 2012: Huawei unveils first mobile Internet cloud acceleration solution

Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology solutions provider showcased the world’s first mobile broadband cloud acceleration solution at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012. This holistic solution optimizes data through the cloud, pipe and device platforms, significantly increasing network access rate by 30 to 80 percent during network congestions. It leverages protocol optimization, content identification and code optimization to lower data traffic in operator’s network, thereby reducing network traffic load and improving network capacity.

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Reaching for the clouds



At the same time, the solution features the most advanced data caching technology, which can reduce operators’ bandwidth consumption by 40 percent to 70 percent, bringing a significant reduction of bandwidth leasing cost. In terms of end-user access rate, server upgrades are enhanced via cloud, boosting the access speed of data devices by 30 to 80 percent. This essentially means that during periods of congestion in a mobile operators network, users will still be able to access the data and websites through an alternative means via the cloud, provided your network operator has this solution integrated into their system. “With the growing use of data devices such as data cards, mobile hotspots, smartphones and tablets, the proportion of user data in the mobile network has increased exponentially, creating congestion in the global mobile network which results in user frustration,” says Wu Shi Min, President, Huawei Device Mobile Broadband Product Line. 


Huawei’s mobile broadband products have been used by over 530 operators in more than 150 countries and have shipped over 200 million units. The company’s integrated device and pipe and integrated cloud and device solutions have been creating greater values for mobile operators around the world. With an ever increasing mobile world, this should help ease the congestion now that we are moving to even faster mobile broadband speeds.


Published Date: Mar 02, 2012 10:27 am | Updated Date: Mar 02, 2012 10:27 am