The centre aims to provide a platform with an open ecosystem for mutual learning and experience sharing between customers and consulting organisations
Huawei has taken the wraps off its Smart Energy Innovation Centre in Nuremberg, Germany.
The new centre, sited at Huawei’s European Research Institute, is intended to provide a platform with an open ecosystem for mutual learning and experience sharing between customers and consulting organisations across industries.
Huawei also hopes it will help further cooperate with European companies and connect it with wider global markets
“The Smart Energy Innovation Centre in Nuremberg is the latest investment towards digital transformation and is an embodiment of Huawei’s European propositions as well as a bridge to exchange ideas across Europe,” said Fang Liangzhou, vice president of Huawei Network Energy.
“The next two- or three decades will be a critical period for the digital economy as ICT continues to play a pivotal role in the transformation. Two examples of this include the National Broadband Plan in Europe and Industry 4.0 in Germany which have lead the ICT development and the global digitisation trend.”
Through physical objects, interactions, and real environment tests the company said visitors can experience its network energy management. Tests and demos of uninterruptible power supply (UPSs) in different service scenarios are displayed onsite. Huawei claims visitors can witness the most efficient modular UPS in the industry – reaching 97.5 per cent.
Smart convergent modular data centres and PV products are also exhibited alongside telecom power and intelligent energy management system solutions.
Huawei has established an end-to-end ICT solutions portfolio in telecom and enterprise networks, devices and cloud computing. It anticipates similar innovation centres will be set up in Europe and other places around the world.
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