Data Center

Huawei’s Smart Data Center Facilities Solution provides a modern foundation for distributed cloud applications. As more computing power is used, data centers must:

  • Easily scale up or scale out to meet the growing demand for cloud computing and virtualization.
  • Incorporate intelligent plug-and-play micro modules that address the requirements of branch and headquarter data centers.
  • Be based on digital, intelligent network technologies.

Huawei’s Smart Data Center Facilities Solution reduces CAPEX, uses green energy technology to increase Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), and slashes operating costs with proactive Operations and Management (O&M) techniques.

Huawei’s Smart Data Center Facilities Solution does away with the inflexible, unpredictable services provided by conventional data centers, improves ROI, and solves over-use of energy.

Smart, modular architecture: Construction is simplified and service rollouts are faster with this solution. Smart, plug-and-play micro modules help you reduce CAPEX. Factory-prefabricated components and rapid, on-site assembly reduce deployment cycles by 8 to 12 weeks and shorten construction time by as much as 50 percent.

Cost-effective Energy

The huge electricity expense of conventional data centers lowers profits and energy use releases harmful carbon emissions.

Huawei uses an advanced power supply for data centers. A sealed, cold/hot channel strategy prevents mixing of cold and hot air, significantly reducing energy consumption. Cooling technologies such as high-precision UPS, DC inverter air conditioners, and in-row cooling reduce PUE to 1.2. Cooling collaboration and interactive regulation at the service layer enable each system and component to operate optimally. Energy conservation further reduces costs. Automatic utilization analysis of assets, space, power supply, cooling, and port capacity optimizes the use of data center resources and maximizes ROI.

Network Management

Until now, network management has been unable to monitor the environment, device status, and the data center’s Status Of Health (SOH) in real time. Huawei, however, provides layered, centralized surveillance — a unified network management platform that manages millions of test points and provides a clear overview of network operations. Personnel can share O&M information, which improves efficiency.


Conventional data centers depend on expensive, redundant facilities to ensure reliability and service continuity. With the Huawei solution, digital sensors, executors, and controllers enable status measurement at part, component, and system levels. The SOH at different levels can be evaluated and fault alarms can be reported early. This proactive O&M, plus timely parts replacement, help prolong device lifespan and improve system reliability.