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Huawei meldet kommerzielle Verfügbarkeit des branchenweit ersten 802.11ac Access Point der Enterprise-Klasse

PEKING, 13. Dezember 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Huawei, ein weltweit führender Lösungsanbieter für die Bereiche Informationstechnologie und Telekommunikation (ICT), meldete heute die kommerzielle Verfügbarkeit der branchenweit ersten 802.11ac AP-Produkte (Access Point) der Enterprise-Klasse. Huaweis Einführung der neuen 802.11ac APs für den Geschäftskundenmarkt ist ein weiterer bedeutender Meilenstein für Huawei als einer der führenden ICT-Lösungsanbieter der Branche. Mit dieser Produkteinführung unterstreicht Huawei sein Engagement im Bereich der Gigabit-Funknetze, setzt den BYOD-Trend (Bring Your Own Device) weiter fort und beschleunigt die Transformation von Geschäftsprozessen.

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Huaweis 802.11ac APs der Enterprise-Klasse werden in zwei verschiedenen Modellen angeboten: AP7030DN-AC und AP7130DN-AC. Bei einer Frequenz von 5G unterstützen sie einen Datendurchsatz von 1,3 Gbps und bei dualen Frequenzen einen Datendurchsatz von 1,75 Gbps. Überdies ermöglichen sie den problemlosen Umstieg von 11n auf 11ac. Dank ihrer äußerst leistungsstarken und branchenweit führenden Funktionen werden Anwender in Unternehmen auf eine Vielzahl verschiedener Wireless-Anwendungen mit hohem Bandbreitenbedarf zurückgreifen können, darunter HD-Videostreaming, multimediale Aktivitäten und Cloud-Zugänge direkt über den Desktop. Die 802.11ac APs wurden von Huaweis engagiertem Designteam völlig unabhängig entwickelt und zeichnen sich durch ein weltweit erstklassiges Gehäusedesign aus, für das dem Unternehmen der „iF Product Design Award 2013" des iF International Forum Design verliehen wurde – einer prestigeträchtigen Organisation zur Designförderung mit Sitz in Deutschland.

"Wir sind begeistert, die kommerzielle Verfügbarkeit des 802.11ac AP anzukündigen. Die rasante Entwicklung und Verbreitung von intelligenten Geräten und Mobilfunknetzen und der zunehmende Trend in Richtung BYOD hat zu umfangreichen Veränderungen der Geschäftsmodelle im geschäftlichen und operativen Bereich geführt. Ganz im Zeichen unserer Hingabe für kundenzentrierte Innovation spiegelt die Einführung der 802.11ac APs auch das umfassende Engagement von Huawei Enterprise bei der Entwicklung hochmoderner Technologien wider, um Unternehmen auf diesem Wege noch umfangreichere Möglichkeiten zur Verbesserung der Konnektivität und Optimierung ihrer Geschäftsbereiche zu bieten", so Fan Hongwei, WLAN-Produktdirektor der Huawei Enterprise Networking Product Line.

Nach der Premiere des 802.11ac WLAN AP im Juli 2012 präsentierte Huawei den Datendurchfluss im Gigabit-Bereich auf der Interop Mumbai im Oktober 2012 vor internationalem Publikum. Die kommerzielle Verfügbarkeit des 802.11ac AP von Huawei ist ein hervorragendes Beispiel für die große Reife der Produktkategorie WLAN 802.11ac.

Huawei setzt auf seine umfassende Branchenerfahrung und technische Kompetenz im Wireless-Bereich und besitzt derzeit über 100 Patente für WLAN-Technologien. Darüber hinaus bringt sich das Unternehmen aktiv in Standardisierungsorganisationen der Industrie ein: Zahlreiche Mitglieder des Personalstamms sind als Vorsitzende und in leitender Funktion bei Einrichtungen wie der Arbeitsgruppe IEEE 802.11ac aktiv.

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Huawei ist ein weltweit führender Lösungsanbieter für die Bereiche Informationstechnologie und Telekommunikation (ICT). Durch unser kontinuierliches Engagement für kundenzentrierte Innovation und starke Partnerschaften ist es uns gelungen, umfassende Verbesserungen für Telekommunikationsnetze, Endgeräte und Cloud Computing zu entwickeln. Unser Ziel besteht darin, Telekommunikationsbetreibern, Großunternehmen und Verbrauchern mit wettbewerbsfähigen Lösungen und Diensten einen größtmöglichen Mehrwert zu bieten. Unsere Produkte und Lösungen werden bereits in mehr als 140 Ländern eingesetzt und stehen folglich über einem Drittel der gesamten Weltbevölkerung zur Verfügung. Statten Sie Huawei online einen Besuch ab, um Näheres zu erfahren: www.huawei.com

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