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    Internet of Things and Cloud Computing

    for Innovative Business and Development

    Douglas Ng

    Executive Product Manager

    Huawei SEA

  • 2

    Global Trends of Cloud Computing & IoT

    Private Cloud

    Public Cloud

    Agenda

    Telecom Cloud

    IoT

  • 3

    Traffic and Connection Explosion

    1. Business Innovation for Growth (Forecast by 2024, Source: Huawei MI )

    2. Agile Operation to Adapt User

    Experience Needs(Long TTM ; Low Efficiency)

    Experience Operation Network

    ExperienceOperationNetwork

    Technology-centric Philosophy

    User-centric Philosophy

    3. Network is Moving to

    Cloud Based Appraoch(Silo CT and IT systemHigh CAPEX and OPEX; IT

    resources low utilization)

    6.5B Users 8.5B Smart Phones 100B Connections $1.5 Trillion Cloud Services

    Massive Growth of Internet of Things Requires New Thinking

  • 4

    Huawei Vision on Cloud Journey

  • 5

    Cloud Transformation Initiatives from ICT Network2020

    A Holistic Transformation of Architecture, Network, Operations

    Experience Driven

    Real-time

    On-demand

    All-online

    Do it Yourself

    Social

    Operation Driven

    Faster TTM

    Agile Operation

    Continuous Innovation

    Elastic Scaling

    Smooth Evolution

    TCO Driven

    Increased Revenues

    Asset Monetization

    Quicker ROI

    Sustainable Growth

    Opex Reduction

    C.O.D.E.R.S Connected

    Open

    Delightful

    Efficient

    Responsive

    Smart

    CUBE-Net 2.0

    Customer-oriented

    Content-oriented

    Cloud-Oriented

    Ubiquitous-

    Broadband Elastic

    Network

    Four steps of

    CUBE-Net 2.0

    UNIFY

    Common Design for CT & IT

    across All Ooredoo

    Any Service, Anywhere

    Days Instead of Months

    Group Transformation

    IT & NW Virtualization

    Multi-vendor Deployment

    Primary System Integrator

    Ongoing Network 2020 Projects with leading Carriers including participation by multi-vendors and joint business and technical expert teams of carriers and vendors

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    0%

    20%

    40%

    60%

    80%

    100%DC-Centric

    Layered DC architecture

    Dedicated DCI

    CO refarming into DCSDN/NFV

    5G bearer

    Public cloud service

    20+ Telcos Focus

    DT Terastream

    2020 (PAN EU)

    Telefonica UNICA

    VDF One Cloud

    AT&T Domain 2.0

    NTT Arcstar

    Universal OneFT Cloud4Net

    Verizon SDN

    China

    Unicom

    CUBE-Net

    20+ Telcos focus

  • 7

    Cloud Journey Three Cloud Scenarios

    Internal IT system: ERP/OA etc.

    Telecom Network

    WirelessFixedCoreIPTx

    Tele

    com

    Service

    Valu

    e-a

    dd

    ed

    Service

    En

    terp

    rise se

    rvice

    IDC

    Service BS

    S

    OSS

    Call C

    en

    ter

    Bu

    siness H

    all

    Data Center Modernization

    Computing Resources NetworkResources

    StorageResources

    Server Storage Network

    Cloud OS

    Data Center Facilities

    Telecom Cloud

    VNF

    VAS

    Private Cloud

    BOSS

    Big Data

    ERP/OA

    Government &

    Enterprise cloud

    On-line cloud

    service

    Public Cloud

  • 8

    Private cloud

    Private Cloud

    ERP/OA(MSS)

    OSS

    BSS(BI/BOSS)

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    Insights Of Why Carriers Are Doing Private Cloud

    Distributed Cloud Data Center

    DC 1

    DC 2 DC nCloud

    Biz/Service

    oriented IT

    architecture

    Unix->X86/

    Virtualization

    De-Coupling/

    Re-define

    procurement

    procedure

    Traditional App/Infra

    Migrate from Unix to X86;

    In the meantime, do

    virtualization

    Or Codification

    De-coupling Silo Design

    Build up model to

    integrated new model

    Agile Biz/Service require

    New IT architecture

    Business

    Continuity and

    Compliance

    Business Continuity(Critical

    apps on Cloud)

    And Compliance

    Requires to consider BC/DR

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    Current Status

    Resources cannot be shared among different Bus

    Seperated IT Silo for MSS,BSS,OSS

    Low Level Automation for long TTM

    Virtualization

    BSS OSS MSS

    Virtualization Virtualization

    Unified cloud management platform

    Resource pool Resource pool Resource pool

    Physical

    resources

    Other equipment

    rooms

    MSSOSSBSS

    Purpose of FusionCloud Platform

    Unified Cloud Platform for BSS,OSS,MSS

    Shared Resource amongst all tiers

    Shorten TTM for Services

    Network mgmt. system (NMS)Support network

    OSS

    resource pool

    VAS service

    resource pool

    MSS

    resource pool

    BSS

    resource pool

    Virtualization

    environments not

    interconnected

    Insufficient

    resource

    sharing

    Resource pools

    independent from

    each other

    Low-level

    automation

    High O&M

    costs

    Overlapping

    O&M teams

    Current Status And Purposes of FusionCloud Platform

  • 11

    Huawei Private Cloud Overview

    Cloud OS - FusionSphere

    Bare

    Men

    tal

    FusionCompute

    SDC

    FusionStorage

    SDS

    FusionNetwork

    SDN3rd party

    Virtualization

    Server Storage Network

    Cloud Management Layer - ManageOne

    MSS OSS

    Docker

    3rd party

    Cloud

    BSS

  • 12

    Public Cloud

    Government & Enterprise cloud

    On-line cloud service

    Public Cloud

  • 13

    21.7%

    24.8%

    21.4%

    19.9%

    23.1%

    18.8%

    26.7%

    North America

    Latin America

    Western Europe

    Eastern Europe

    Middle East & Africa

    Mature Asia/Pacific

    Emerging Asia/Pacific

    Greater China

    SourceGartner, 1Q2015

    28.3%

    Public Cloud Market by region, 2014 2019 CAGR

    Public Cloud CAGR range from 20% to almost 30%

    between 2014 to 2019 for emerging APAC

  • 14

    The Industry is changing from Conventional IDC to IT

    Hosting

    Gartner Future 5 Year20132017

    Conventional IT Outsourcingcompound growth rate is only 5%

    Cloud IT Infra Hosting: 38%

    Conventional IDC Service: Co-location

    Facility House

    Bandwidth

    Network

    Server, Storage

    OS

    Middleware

    App

    Network

    Server, Storage

    OS

    Middleware

    App

    Cloud Provider

    Duty

    EnterpriseCustomer

    Duty

    IT Hosting Enterprise IT App is migrating to cloud service provider

    2020

    Enterprise Self-built IT

    System

    (Virtualize)

    Before Now

    Cloud Provider

    10%

    Enterprise Self-built IT

    System

    Private Cloud

    90%

    Cloud Provider

    70%

    Self-built IT System

    Private Cloud

    30%5%

    38%

    Facility House

    Bandwidth

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    Strong Advantage of Carrier In 4 Main Domains

    Have rich Resources

    Network, benefit on the cost

    IDCData processing ability

    Bandwidth

    Higher Operation & Maintenance ability

    Network operation flow

    End-to-End fulfillment

    Customer service

    Charge system, relation with customer

    regular billing

    SLA assurance

    Wide Customer foundation

    Enterprise (MNC & Large enterprise)

    Personal & family customer

    SI ability

    Reliability (Trust)

    Ability NeededCarrier Core advantages

    Large-scale Infra Sharing

    Safety assurance

    End-to-End SLA assurance

    24x7 Management service

    Charge system based on flow used

    Portal for Order, management, Report

    Management of Terminal Service

    Compliance

    Own Brand & Credibility

    Carrier Advantages

  • 16

    Telcos key challenge in offering B2B business

    Elastic Dedicated Traditional

    Transformed

    WeeksHours HoursInstant

    Agility

    Experience

    Reliability

    Cost

    Time to market (TTM):

    Enable any service within a

    few days (vs. several weeks)

    TCO: Reduce cost of

    providing service

    significantly (say upto 50%

    by using cloud)

    No interruptions: No

    service interruptions and fast

    resolutions of customer

    issues

    On-Demand Resources:

    Provide the service

    anywhere and as per

    customers needs

  • 17

    Public Cloud Services Business Architecture

    Hardware Hardware

    SDN

    Capability Openness

    ComputingPool

    StoragePool

    NetworkPool

    ComputingPool

    StoragePool

    NetworkPool

    ComputingPool

    StoragePool

    NetworkPool

    Cloud OS

    CloudEC CloudDCCloudVPN

    SaaS

    CloudOS

    FusionSphereCloudOS

    FusionSphere

    FBB/MBB

    IP-Phone IPCVideo Conference terminalSmart phone Fix phone

    Desktop and VDI

    Unified Cloud-based

    Integration & Openness

    Agile Network

    Cloud network synergy

  • 18

    Public Cloud Services Offering Overview

    Communication Fix Line Network

    Call Center Video

    IP telephony

    Conferencing

    Analog Telephony

    Cloud Call Center

    Cloud Video Conference

    (Voice/Web/Video/Tele Conference)

    Cloud PBX(IP Network + Analog, SIP Trunk +

    IP PBX, Full IP Network)

    Enterprise Private Leased Line

    CloudVPN (Cloud-based network method to

    deliver site-to-site VPN, Site-to-Internet VPN,

    Site-to-DC VPN, Remote Access VPN)

    Cloud DC service

    Cloud DC (VM Hosting, Private

    Cloud Hosting, Flexible PayU

    Business Model)

    Hardware Hardware

    Cloud Platform

    DC Infrastructure Facilities

    Fixed Line Site

    VM Hosting Private Cloud

    HostingCloud Drive

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    Whole picture of Telco B2B Public Cloud Portfolio

    Corporate Internet

    Virtual

    Desktop (DaaS)

    UCaaS

    MDM

    M2M / IOT appl. &

    soln.

    Desk-top

    management

    Carrier billing

    IT maintenance and

    support

    Big Data and

    Analytics

    Managed Wi-Fi,

    BYOD

    SD WAN (NaaS)

    Managed security

    Cloud services

    (XaaS)

    Co-location

    IT

    PROFESSIONAL

    SERVICES

    M2M / IOT

    SERVICES

    ENTERPRISE

    MOBILITY

    SERVICES

    CONNECTIVITY

    SERVICES

    DATA

    CENTER (DC)

    & CLOUD

    SERVICES

    MANAGED

    NETWORK /

    SECURITY

    SERVICES

    IT HW & SW

    PRODUCTS

    MANAGED IT

    SERVICES

    2 3 4 5 71 6 8

    Converged Fixed /

    Mobility solutions

    Managed Storage,

    Back-up & DR

    Mobile data (3G/4G)

    Mobile voice

    Fixed voice

    FBB

    Managed legacy

    networks

    Managed NGN

    Managed VOIP

    Network Consulting

    & Integration

    Small Cells

    Hosting

    Mobile content

    management

    Mobile application

    platform mgmt.

    Mobile telecom

    expense mgmt.

    M2M / IOT data

    connectivity

    M2M / IOT platform

    M2M / IOT

    systems

    integration (SI)

    IT SW products

    (enterprise appl.)

    IT training and

    education

    IT infrastructure

    SW (platforms)

    IT Hardware

    products

    IT Consulting

    services

    Outsourcing (BPO)

    Outsourcing (IT)

    Systems Integration

    Core TelcoDigital

    ServiceTelco related IT

    API management

    Payment solutions

    Cloud consulting

    and migration

    Sponsored Data

    Telco basic B2B

    product

    Telco advanced B2B

    product

    Telco Digital

    service(some comes

    from 3rd party)

  • 20

    Sample Roadmap for Carriers Public Cloud B2B portfolio

    IT

    PROFESS-

    IONAL

    SERVICES

    M2M / IOT

    SERVICES

    ENTERPRISE

    MOBILITY

    SERVICES

    CONNECTIVITY

    SERVICES

    DATA

    CENTER (DC)

    & CLOUD

    SERVICES

    MANAGED

    NETWORK /

    SECURITY

    SERVICES

    IT HW & SW

    PRODUCTS

    MANAGED IT

    SERVICES

    Core Telco DigitalTelco related IT

    Phrase1

    Core Telco B2B

    Limited B2B IT

    Phrase2

    Cloud

    Mobility

    Phrase 3

    Systems Integration

    (SI)

    Phrase 4

    Digital solution

    offerings

    SD WAN (Network as a

    Service)

    Sponsored data

    DC services (Co-location,

    Hosting)

    Cloud (IaaS)

    M2M / IOT data connectivity

    Big Data and Analytics (CDN

    analytics)

    Shared data

    Managed Wi-Fi, BYOD, VOIP

    Managed security services (e.g. Video surveillance, Firewall)

    Network Cons. & Integration

    Managed Storage, Back-up/DR

    UCaaS (Hosted PBX,

    Audio/Video conf.)

    Virtual Desktop (DaaS)

    Systems Integration (advanced /

    complex)

    Managed NGN

    Small Cells

    Managed security services (e.g.

    vCPE, cyber security)

    Cloud (PaaS)

    Cloud consulting and migration

    UCaaS (Cloud Contact Center)

    Mobile Device Mgmt. (MDM)

    M2M / IOT appl. & solutions

    M2M / IOT systems integration

    API management

    Analytics (Mobile advertising)

    IT Consulting services

    Industry specific ICT solutions

    For key sectors, including Government

    Combines elements of cloud, M2M/IOT, mobility, IT services, etc.

    Mobile voice and data (3G/4G)

    Fixed voice and FBB

    Corporate internet

    Converged Fixed / Mobility soln

    2

    3

    5

    6

    Year

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    Carriers need a clear B2B business Strategy To

    Ensure Success

    Strategy: To become leading Cloud-based ICT provider

    Key Success Factors To Win : 1. Target SMEs to provide one-stop ICT solution

    2. Cooperation with ISV to provide solutions to different verticals

    3. Build local partnerships and capacity

    5 years continuous investment:1 year: provide standard ICT solution

    3 years: provide tailored Cloud-based CT+IT service

    5 years: provide Digital Business solution

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    Key Success Factor 1

    Target SMEs to provide one-stop ICT solution

    Unified Mobile

    BYOD

    Fix

    Enterprise

    Social

    Video IP telephony

    Conferencing

    messaging

    UC

    Anywhere, anytime,

    any devicesAppointed place,

    time, and device

    Single accessFMC

    Collaboration Productivity

    DC service

    Shift from buying to renting.

    Hosting&Colocation

    Ready for Cloud service

    saving

    Stable internet

    Broadband

    Different bandwidth

    for different scenario

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    Key Success Factor 2

    Cooperation with ISVs to provide solutions to different

    verticals

    2. Govern-

    ment

    3. Manu-

    facturing4. Health-

    care1. Retail

    Simple, Replicable, Cloud-

    centric industry solutionsICT Services

    Innovative

    Vertical Services

    Design

    Requirements

    Analysis

    Network

    Data Center

    Backup & Storage

    Web Apps

    ERP &

    Productivity

    Office Automation

    Vertical Apps

    Analytics

    Digital Marketing

    Web

    apps

    ERPIaaS / SaaS

    Backup & storage

    Cloud VDI

    Analytics

    Digital

    Services

    Office Automation

    Cloud

    surveillance

    GT

    M

    Building up capabilities for each vertical one at a time

    High Security & Reliable Services

    Feature Customization

    Offline Service

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    Key Success Factor 3

    Build local partnerships with ISP

    Competitive

    Advantages

    Challenges

    Telco ISP

    Enterprise channels

    Enterprise trust

    Lack of end-to-end

    control

    End-to-end network

    Security

    Existing customers

    Application QoS

    Higher price

    Less business agility

    Less professional

    service capabilities

    WIN-WIN combination

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    Telecom cloud

    Telecom Cloud

    vIMS

    vEPC

    vBRA

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    What Business Drivers Behind Telecom Cloud(NFV)?

    Source: Ovum (Service Provider) Survey, May 2015

    The speed with which Vodafone

    was able to launch its new services,

    just three months, is breathtaking.

    That it was able to do so riding on

    the SDN/NFV

    -- Jennifer Clark, Yankee Group

    1. Faster service velocity

    2. OPEX reduction

    3. Reduced operational

    complexity through network

    simplification

    4. To drive new revenue

    5. Reduction in Capex

    6. Support Multi-tenancy

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    Which Network Functions/ Domains First?

    Heavy ReadingSurvey, N=57

    Over the next 3 years, how important will NFV deployment be to your company in

    the following parts of the network ?

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