Frost & Sullivan has recognized Huawei with a 2016 Global Award for product leadership based on its recent analysis of the global telecom energy industry.
According to Frost & Sullivan, Huawei has demonstrated exceptional commitment towards driving the transformation of the telecom energy industry and building a green and smart telecom energy network.
With the rapid development of the global ICT industry, Huawei’s telecom energy provides a reliable power supply for the rapid spread of ICT. Huawei’s award-winning solution for smart green sites has also changed the telecom energy management model from one of traditional passive management to one of proactive management.
“Huawei’s telecom energy solutions are embedded with smart and green features and functionalities – a strong foundation for the fast and sustainable development of the telecom network. They are enabling coverage across diverse environments, ranging from urban to rural, indoor sites to outdoor sites, and small sites to central office sites. Furthermore, it offers a hybrid power solution to promote green energy,” said Gautham Gnanajothi, Senior Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “These features and functionalities address the troubles of the hard site deployment, high energy consumption and difficult site maintenance.”
Peng Peng, Huawei Telecom Energy Marketing Director, said, “Huawei makes full use of its advantages in network technology and electronic technology to develop multiple innovative telecom energy products, such as software defined power, distributed power, intelligent power distribution, intelligent energy storage and intelligent cooling, which help operators to realize infrastructure with digitization, networking and intellectualization.”
At present, Huawei has deployed telecom energy solutions in more than 170 countries around the world. As a global leading provider of telecom energy solutions, Huawei proposes smart and green site solutions. Huawei in association with global operators and organizations like the ITU, also promote the green sustainable development of telecom networks.
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