Huawei today said its revenue from Enterprise Business Group (EBG) rose 43.8 percent to $4.25 billion in 2015 — due to rapid growth in the public safety, finance, transportation, and energy sectors.
“With the development of innovative ICT including cloud computing, big data, Software-defined Networking (SDN) and Internet of Things (IoT), customers’ business models, enterprises’ IT architectures, and industry ecosystems are changing profoundly,” said David He, president of Marketing and Solution Sales Department, Huawei EBG.
The Chinese networking company said that more than 100 cities across more than 30 countries including Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific deployed Huawei Safe City solution serving more than 400 million people.
Huawei has collaborated with more than 10 top-tier financial institutions and independent software vendors (ISVs) to develop IT infrastructure for banks based on cloud computing and big data.
More than 10 medium- and large-sized banks, including Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) and China Merchants Bank (CMB) deployed Huawei’s Financial Cloud and Big Data solutions.
More than 100,000 kilometers of railway deployed Huawei’s Digital Railway Solution.
Huawei has served 15 of the world’s 20 biggest energy companies, covering over 100,000 transformer substations and 38,000 km of oil and gas pipeline.
“New technologies including cloud architecture, IoT, big data, and SDN are reshaping enterprises’ IT systems and business models. Huawei will deeply integrate hardware and software platforms based on a ‘Cloud-Pipe-Device’ approach to build a more open industry ecosystem, and establish new ICT infrastructure,” said WK Leung, chief technology officer of Marketing and Solution Sales Department, Huawei EBG.
The company has revealed that channels and partners contributed 76 percent (+47 percent) of Huawei EBG’s sales revenue in 2015.
Huawei EBG has developed partnerships with more than 300 distributors and value-added partners (VAPs) and more than 8,000 tier-2 channel partners. Among them, over 350 partners have developed industry solutions together with Huawei through joint innovation.
“Huawei will continue to support our partners and help them succeed in the new ICT era by enhancing our products, brands, logistics, services, businesses, and IT systems,” said Raymond Lau, president of Global Partners and Alliances, Huawei EBG.