Huawei's Agile Campus 3.0 products and solutions are based on innovative agile wireless access technologies and are developed to enhance wireless campus network access quality, which ultimately improves mobile access user experience.
Speaking at the Huawei Network Congress 2015 in Beijing, Wang Shihong, General Manager, Switch Domain, Switch and Enterprise Communications Product Line, Huawei, said, "Huawei's Agile Campus Solution has been deployed by more than 600 customers from seven industries across the globe.
“This demonstrates our achievements and capabilities in this area. The Huawei Agile Campus 3.0 solution is an upgrade of the previous versions to support high quality, all-wireless, and ultra-broadband wireless networks."
“TCP was initially designed for wired network environments and cannot support wireless networks that are low bandwidth, have high latency, and are mobile. This results in lowered efficiency and poor user experience of TCP-based mobile applications operating in wireless network environments.
“The quality of all-wireless access depends on how enterprises address three major challenges. First, enterprises need to guarantee high network speed and high quality audio and image transmissions. At the same time, they need to prevent interruptions when roaming. Finally, enterprises require networks that can manage bursts of high volume traffic generated by ubiquitous mobile applications.”
To address these challenges, Shihong said Huawei's innovative Wi-Fi acceleration algorithm technology benefit from ENP programmable chips focuses on the TCP layer to enable stable network speeds and high quality user experience when accessing wireless networks.
Shihong said that, to date, Huawei's Agile Campus Solution has been deployed by many customers, including AFC Ajax in the Netherlands , South Cross University in Australia , Ordos City in China , and Peking University Hospital in China.
Huawei says that it will continue to develop its Agile Campus Solution to make networks more agile for businesses and build a “better connected world”.