Solutions - Huawei Enterprise

Report
Huawei Retail Solutions
Enabling Retail in the ICT era
enterprise.huawei.com/us
January 13-16, 2013
Javits Center
New York, NY
Contents
Overview
I. I.Overview

Top issues affecting
modern retailer

Evolving to stay
competitive

CIO priorities in Retail
II. Solutions
III. Success
Solutions for Retail


Campus, Branch and
Wireless LAN
solutions

Datacenter solutions

Video Conferencing
and Telepresence
solutions
Retail Proof
Points
Who is Huawei?
$38B (E) Huawei Business:
$ 32.4 B
$ 28 B
$ 21.8 B

Leading global ICT solutions provider

Serving 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators

Deployed in over 140 countries, serving 1/3 of the world's population

Top contributor to industry standards
$18.3 B
Huawei USA:
$12.8 B

Huawei North America regional office established in 2001

13 branch offices and 8 R&D locations

Made $6.1B in purchases from U.S. based companies in 2010
Continuously creating long-term value for customers

2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012

Sales Revenue (USD in billions)
Invested $263M in US R&D in 2011 – Shaping generations of new
Huawei products, solutions and architecture
1500+ U.S. employees
Top Issues Affecting the Modern Retailer
External and Internal Pressures
The Evolving Retail
Enterprise
The Changing Buyer

Better Informed

More Social

Mobile Empowered

Legal Requirementssecurity /privacy

Staff management/ turnover

Effective communication
and learning in distributed
environments

Challenging inventory,
supply chain, loss
prevention systems

Adopting evolving
technologies effectively
Retailers Must Evolve to Stay Competitive
Always on connectivity
• “OmniChannel” model
Personalization
Security/Privacy
•Consumer based data expanding
with multiple touchpoints
•PCI/ DSS compliance
•IT consumerization
•Online or in person
•Big Data analysis for key consumer
insights
Lowest TCO
Retail CIO Top Priorities
Secure, Mobile Ready Networks  Connected
PRIVACY
SECURITY
BUDGET
•
Secure
•
Private
•
Lead and Differentiate
In the Connected,
Intelligent, Visual
Retail World
End to End
Leverage the Cloud Intelligent
•
xaaS
•
Support Big Data
•
Business Analytics
Effective Communications Visual
•
External--to the empowered buyer
•
Internal for development, retention and best
resource usage
Huawei Retail Solutions Vision
CONSUMER
CLOUD
ENTERPRISE
 Focused solutions for next generation
retail

CARRIER
Connected, Intelligent, Visual
 Help CIO/IT balance cost efficiency with
valuable new service deployment
 Increase IT profile and value
 Leverage global best practices
Huawei Solutions for Retail
Transforming Retail with ICT- connected, intelligent, visual
Secure, Mobile Ready Networks
10G Campus Network
Leveraging the Cloud
Effective communications
Cloud Engine Data Center
Core Router
NE40E
Firewall
Eudemon
40GE/10GE Core Layer
S12800/S9700
10GE Aggregation layer
S9700/S9300/S7700
UC&C
CSS
CSS
CE12812
CE12808
CE12804
Storage
WLAN
NAS
SAN
Full SSD
Eco-system, Joint Innovation, Partners
Cloud CC
UC
VC/TP
S9700 Series | Terabit Routing Switch
Highest 40GE Port Density
8 x 40GE /slot
7.68 TBPS/Chassis
640 GBPS Stack Bandwidth
4x Industry Average
Patented Cluster Switching System (CSS)
30% Energy Savings
Revolving Air Flow
Energy Efficient Ethernet
S5700 Series | Enterprise Switch
CE12800 Series | Data Center Core Switch
Oriented Core Switch
2 Tbps/Slot
48 Tbps/Chassis Switching Capacity
100 GE Ports
upports 96x100GE Ports
10GE / 288*40GE Ports
Data Center Features
VS, CSS, TRILL, Large Buffer
Build a Cloud-ready DC Network
CE6800 Series | Data Center TOR Switch
Hig
Cloud Co
Wor
Buil
USG 5500 Series | Unified Threat Management
Dorado 5100 | Solid State Storage System
100% SSD based SAN
1 Million IOPS
Low Latency (500µs)
Stability and Reliability
MTBF 1 Million Hours
Redundant Architecture & Dual Controllers
Lower TCO
Uses 90% Less Energy
Uses 95% Less Space
AC6605 | Wireless Access Controller
AP6610DN & 6010DN | Wireless Access Points
IP Case Study for a Major US Retail Company
Background
Green GE Copper Gray FE Copper
Headquarters
Orange GE Fiber Red 10GE Fiber
Branch 1

VPN
The US retail company has over 4000 retail stores and it is seeking to
Data Center
streamline network operations with one consistent deployment model

Its network is 10 years old & customer is highly price sensitive
IPSec
Branch N
Call Center
Internet
Solution
Used S5700 in the IDF** as access switch to connect various types of
endpoints -IP phones, PCs, WLAN APs, video cameras & price scanners.

Power to endpoints provided via POE (up to 30 watts/port).

S5700 used as core switch in MDF in each store

Store 2
MDF
Already deployed in over 325 stores, will deploy in 1900 total stores
Benefit

Store 1
S5700
S5700
Solution supports the 802.3at standard, which provides up to 30 watts of
…

power through CAT5 cable to remote endpoints, obviating the need for a
local electrical outlet.

S5700
S5700
S5700
10G bandwidth from access server through aggregation supports large
data bandwidth requirements (e.g. surveillance video transmission)

S5700 is compatible with older fiber types, including OM-1 (see notes
pages), protecting original customer network investments.
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Consistent deployment model saves on training cost, sparing-better TCO
Detached auto
care facility
Spares/LAB
Loss Prevention
** Intermediate Distribution Frame
***Main Distribution Frame
Loss Prevention
Store Express
Gas Station
Spares/LAB
Summary-Enterprise Products and Solutions
Unified eSight
Network Management
Green Data Center
Network
NMS
Immersive Video
Conferencing & Telepresence
Finance
HQ
Reliable WAN &
IP + Optical Backbone
R&D
Branch
Sales
Ubiquitous
Branch Access
Branch &
Core Router
AR G3
NE40E-X1/X3/X8/X16
Flexible
Campus Network
LAN Switch
S9300
S7700
S1700 /S2700/S3700/
S5700/S6700
Security &
Storage
Transmission &
Access
OSN 1800/8800
RTN 910/950
BTS
Eudemon 200E-X/
1000E-X/8000E
SAN/NAS/VTL
VC &
Telepresence
TP1002/3006/3106
MCU8650/8660

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