cloudification


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cloudification

Moving a service to the Internet (the cloud). The term generally refers to traditional applications that migrated from local installations on the user's computer to Web-based equivalents. Cloud-based programs may require an online connection at all times or be able to run offline when necessary. See cloud computing.
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To accommodate these evolving demands, CloudAIR has introduced power cloudification and refarmed air interface resources, making power sharing and on-demand allocation possible between different carriers, RATs, frequency bands, and sites.
In the carrier business, our strategy is to deliver a ROADS experience and accelerate the cloudification of all carrier products and solutions.
Our proposed Hierarchical Cloud Service Network model captures the main attributes of cloudification and virtualization.
Huawei's CloudAIR power cloudification technology also enables the solution to further reduce site energy consumption.
Esmaeel Alhammadi, Senior Vice President - Network Development, Etisalat, said:"Etisalat is currently on a digital journey with our corporate strategy focused on 'Driving digital transformation to empower societies', and one of the major elements of this evolution is the cloudification of our network and the realization of our 'Sahaab Program'.
Cloudification has led to reducing the time spent on each R&D activity by 50%; and doubling the R&D efficiency.
Moreover, enterprises will need to build open platforms for cloudification of
HKT has earlier worked with Huawei to carry out the end-to-end digital business transformation project, covering service and operation transformation as well as infrastructure cloudification for the realization of customer-centric ROADS (Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, Social) experience.
Following the current trend of the cloudification of enterprise applications, the traditional physical network boundaries have disappeared and enterprises lack the protection based on virtual machines, containers and workflow.
In the finance sector, Huawei helped many large commercial banks in China complete infrastructure cloudification and served more than 300 financial institutions across the globe, including six of the world's top 10 banks.
Cloudification is an ongoing process and is already underway, with numbers rising for a great many enterprises.
Our participation at this Summit is a reflection of Huawei's keenness to listen, share and contribute to the telecom industry by sharing its open ROADS strategy for a better connected world, in addition to cloudification as the key driver and future success trend of digital transformation, thus we have introduced the "All Cloud" strategy, which focuses on delivering a ROADS experience, to shape the cloud, and win the future.