Huawei intros smart city platform, calls it only “full-stack” system for cities
November 14, 2018 / Enterprise IoT Insights
Huawei has launched a digital platform for smart cities, claiming at the same time it is already working with 160 cities in over 40 countries on smart city solutions. Huawei called it the first “full-stack digital platform”, bringing together cloud, connectivity, and device technologies. The platform is available as-a-service, with a range of components and capabilities available on subscription, including sensors and devices, data analytics, and converged communications. The platform uses Huawei’s “self-developed” chips, algorithms, and architectural design, it said. The company has also developed a middleware platform to provide services to software application providers, intended to speed the development and deployment process.