HUAWEI Introduces Cloud-Based Rail Solutions At Innotrans 2018

huawei innotrans 2018de introduced cloud-based railways solutions
huawei innotrans 2018de introduced cloud-based railways solutions

At HUAWEI InnoTrans 2018, it introduced new IT solutions to the industry, including Urban Rail Cloud and Railway IoT Solution. Offering the world's first commercial solutions in the field of OTN-supported high speed carriers, HUAWEI has attracted attention with its solutions designed to provide a connected, safe and efficient experience for rail operators and passengers.

HUAWEI, 18-21 September ”Cloud-Based Railways, the Future of Mobility band in the event of the event, created to create fully-connected digital railways, cloud-based services, mobile broadband products and the latest technologies to share the application areas, also informs about the cooperation with industry partners found.

Constructed in many railway companies, traditional silo-IT architectures make it harder to share resources and are now struggling to meet the needs of today's railways. Building intelligent rails and smart railways for the future allows for increased operational rail efficiency and improved passenger experience. On the other hand, in order to implement such a system, a railway cloud platform and advanced IT solutions are also needed.

As a prominent event in the global railway industry, InnoTrans brings together 55 participants from 2.761 countries and about 90.000 participants from international railways and rail transport sectors. While exhibiting its solutions on this platform, HUAWEI also organizes meetings and CXO roundtable meetings held with the participation of the industry's top representatives. Within the scope of this event, HUAWEI; Representatives of more than 200 industrial organizations, rail operators, system integrators and industry partners, including the International Association of Railways (UIC), the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), and the Deutsche Bahn and Thales Group, to discover industry best practices and trends. also plays an inclusive role.

HUAWEI Shares Latest IT Solutions for Digital Railways and Urban Rails

Steven Xiong, Vice President of the Railway Industry, HUAWEI Enterprise Business Group; “We focus on providing advanced solutions that help rail operators improve the passenger experience and increase safety and operational efficiency. HUAWEI's innovative solutions in this context will help rail operators step into digital transformation and improve the industry. Looking ahead, HUAWEI will continue to work towards developing a digital ecosystem for rail transport and providing more advanced solutions based on the needs of rail operators. ”

Innovation-oriented and competitive solutions

Railway Cloud and Railway IoT Solution

HUAWEI, Urban Rail Cloud, offers a smart cloud platform for smart urban rails to accelerate the transition from single-line to multi-line operations. In order to provide solution, resource sharing, optional resource allocation and flexible expansion for new services, siloized service systems will replace this solution with digital systems.

World's First Commercial OTN (Optical Transport Network) Metro Network

Shanghai Shentong Metro Group adopted HUAWEI's OTN solution to establish a top-tier communication network completed and commercially available for the Shanghai Metro in 2018. Thus, OTN technology first met clouding in the global urban rail industry. In addition, a network foundation with high bandwidth and low latency was thus commercialized.

New Generation IP Railway Solution

The next generation IP Rail Solution offers ultra-broadband, high security, simple O&M and innovative technologies. The industry-leading HUAWEI NE series routers support the 100G / 400G evolution and broadband services such as video services, while also contributing to the transition of rail transport to the IP age.

HUAWEI's digital rail solutions serve 220.000 km of railways and highways, more than 60 urban tracks and more than 50 railway operators.

 

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