Huawei has announced the launch of their flagship data center interconnect solution to help Singapore’s enterprise market cope with the huge increase of data flows and Internet traffic.
Huawei’s cutting-edge DCI solution, OptiXtrans DC908, features ultra large bandwidths to help enterprise customers reduce the cost per bit and improve their return on investment.
Aaron Wang, Managing Director of Huawei Enterprise Business Group Singapore, said: “It’s critical for enterprises to strengthen their data center infrastructure to provide consistent digital experience for their customers with reliable network connectivity.”
Huawei has seen a surge of over 50% of online traffic under the current climate, which may be caused by greater remote working brought on by the pandemic.
Mr Wang added their DCI product will ‘help enterprises meet the growing demands of network capacity expansion with an all-optical network foundation’.
The global demand for DCI solutions has surged as a result of expansion to the network edge as well as rapid developments in big data, cloud computing and mobile connectivity.
To keep up with the demand and cope with the challenges of massive data flows, the Huawei OptiXtrans DC908 features ultra large capacity of 800 Gbit/s per wavelength and future-proof Super C+L technology to achieve 220 wavelengths.
A report by Omidia revealed that revenue in Asia Pacific’s DCI market reached US$1.326 billion in 2019 with a year-on-year growth of 13.8%.
The demand for network capacity is likely to continue, as businesses plan for digital transformation. Huawei’s Global Industry Vision 2025 predicts 85% of enterprise applications will be cloud-based by 2025, driven by digital transformation plans.
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