Adding intelligence and technology to campus networks
When it comes to technology applications in campus networks, colleges and universities are essential to consider. In city life, they must be as efficient and intelligent as possible.
Globally, cities will undergo a new wave of digital transformation as a result of the development of the digital economy and smart cities. Smart campuses are becoming equally important to the digital transformation of cities and upgrading industries as smart cities are.
Government campuses, such as industrial parks, government office parks, ports, bonded zones, hospitals, and school campuses, are planned and built by the government or by enterprises in partnership with the government. Usually, these campuses are constructed to meet the production and research needs of specific industries and are equipped with complete water pipes, electricity grids, communications networks, and roads.
By transforming and upgrading intelligently, these vast and complex campuses will provide better services for users and urban residents by facilitating digital visualization of public resources, improving business processes, and enabling intelligent public services.
The challenges of campus network management
These campuses continue to grow in size and scope – both in terms of the services they offer and in terms of the physical space they occupy. Thus, the scope and depth of campus network operations management are also growing. But traditional systems face several challenges when adapting to such changes:
- Separated subsystems, which prevent data from being interconnected and services from converged
- It is difficult to detect accurately, efficiently, or comprehensively campus security problems
- Lack of unified management of water supply, ventilation, and air conditioning facilities leads to poor user experience
- There are insufficient energy management measures and low energy efficiency.
Current technologies and architectures are unable to keep up due to such challenges.
The next phase of campus network governance
Due to surging service traffic, campus management has entered a new phase – building a stable and intelligent campus management system is no easy task.
Prioritizing tasks according to campus governance requirements is crucial to achieving university digitalization. Government campus construction generally focuses on typical routine operations management application scenarios, such as security protection, access control, and equipment and facility management.
Creating a prosperous ecosystem for smart campuses
There are a variety of vendors in the government smart campus industry, from vendors of terminals, networks, platforms, and applications to vendors of energy, weak current systems, and operations. Healthy and sustainable development of the industry requires collaboration between governments, enterprises, industry organizations, and other industry participants.
Huawei’s smart campus ecosystem is a cooperative network where all parties work together, depend on each other, and grow together. Huawei’s ‘platform + ecosystem’ strategy comprises the following commitments:
- Creating open, easy-to-use, and secure platforms
- Building mutually beneficial relationships with partners
- Assisting customers using digital platforms.
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