Huawei is teaming up with China Mobile.
China Mobile will implement Huawei’s CloudFabric solution in a bid to build a private cloud resource pool for its Harbin and Hohhot data centers.
Huawei aims to support China Mobile in the evolution of its traditional IT systems to a centralized cloud platform.
In 2016, the Phase-I project for China Mobile's private cloud resource pool was completed.
The Phase-II Stage-I project, which the duo enter now, will be much larger in scale.
Huawei claims that once the project is completed, China Mobile will have the world's largest OpenStack resource pool.
Huawei CloudFabric solution aligns seamlessly with China Mobile's innovative POD and multi-tier Spine-Leaf network architecture.
According to Huawei, by introducing distributed gateways, SDN DCI, and other key technologies, resource network deployment can be automated to provide high-reliability and high-performance forwarding services for various businesses,
According to Huawei, other key features of the solution include:
Huawei's CloudFabric solution has been deployed at more than 1,200 data centers in over 120 countries.