Monday, 22 October 2018

Embracing the intelligent era with the intent-driven network

A Knowledge Network article by Kevin Hu, President of Huawei Network Product Line
Wednesday 23 May 18

In an intelligent world, all things will be connected; connections have infinite potential value and ultimately deliver a vast new range of user experiences. ICT is the foundation of the fully connected society, and it must deliver the most universal and reliable connectivity to ensure a premium user experience. This will enable new technologies to spring up, endowing our networks with more vitality. Cutting-edge technologies, such as cloud, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) are already making an impact beyond just the Internet, they are transforming new IT and will go on to revolutionize communications, driving fundamental changes in the communications industry. Huawei's Global Industry Vision (GIV) predicts that by 2025, there will be 100 billion connections worldwide. The Internet will be available to 77% of the world's population, broadband connections to 75% of homes and 80% of people will have mobile phones. This enhanced connectivity will be the foundation for the intelligent world. Beyond Connections: Towards Intelligent Networks The popularity of broadband in the next decade will increase the global GDP by about 4…

In an intelligent world, all things will be connected; connections have infinite potential value and ultimately deliver a vast new range of user experiences. ICT is the foundation of the fully connected society, and it must deliver the most universal and reliable connectivity to ensure a premium user experience. This will enable new technologies to spring up, endowing our networks with more vitality. Cutting-edge technologies, such as cloud, big data, and artificial intelligence (AI) are already making an impact beyond just the Internet, they are transforming new IT and will go on to revolutionize communications, driving fundamental changes in the communications industry. Huawei's Global Industry Vision (GIV) predicts that by 2025, there will be 100 billion connections worldwide. The Internet will be available to 77% of the world's population, broadband connections to 75% of homes and 80% of people will have mobile phones. This enhanced connectivity will be the foundation for the intelligent world. Beyond Connections: Towards Intelligent Networks The popularity of broadband in the next decade will increase the global GDP by about 4…

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