Chinese ICT firm Huawei has been awarded the Frost & Sullivan 2018 Asia-Pacific Video Conferencing Endpoints Market Leadership Award. According to a statement, the award has been given at the 2018 Asia-Pacific ICT awards ceremony held in Singapore for the company’s market leadership, technology and solution innovation, and customer value proposition in the video conference industry.
“As the video conferencing endpoints market moves towards convergence, rich analytics, and cloud services, vendors need to overhaul business models to find new growth streams”, said by Chong Zi Ning, Research Analyst, ICT Practice, Frost & Sullivan.
“Huawei, a longstanding vendor of industry-leading video collaboration solutions, is making tremendous strides in this area by driving adoption of video conferencing among consumers and enterprises. As part of its digital transformation journey, Huawei rolled out Cloud Video Platform in September 2017, which is expected to enhance the video meeting experience and accelerate the migration to the cloud across its existing customer base and potential customers”, she added.
Huawei said that it has actively engaged in the video conferencing field for more than 20 years and has been serving customers in over 100 countries and regions across the world. Looking ahead to the future, the company said it would continue to invest in the long-term strategy of the public cloud and work with partners to build industry solutions in the fields of finance, electricity, education, healthcare, and transportation.
Huawei said its video endpoints meet all kinds of office and industry application scenarios, such as huddle rooms, meeting rooms, high-end telepresence meeting rooms, desktop or mobile office, creative collaboration space, industrialized terminals, among others. In 2018, company plans to release AI-based enterprise communication solution with a new branding name ‘CloudLink’.If you have an interesting story to share, please get in touch with us at [email protected] | Join us on Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin, YouTube