Huawei wins Innovation Product Award at DCW 2022

Chinese telecommunications company Huawei has won the Innovation Product Award for its smart converged FusionPower6000 Solution at Data Centre World 2022

Chinese telecommunications company Huawei has today announced that its Smart Converged FusionPower6000 solution, an industry-leading power supply and distribution system, won the award in the Innovation Product of the Year category at the recently-concluded Data Centre World London 2022.

Huawei's FusionPower6000 solution has been widely used in various industries, including energy, transportation, ICT, and COLO. Compared with traditional solutions, Huawei's solution has helped the data centre facility of the CTICC Cloud, a subsidiary of the China Transport Telecommunications & Information Centre ('CTTIC'), save more than 40% space in the power supply and distribution system, deploy 350 more cabinets, and save more than 16,000 metres of power cables.

In addition, the prefabricated modular data centre takes only two weeks to be installed on-site. The AI technology allows for predictive maintenance, strengthening the safety and reliability of the power supply system. 

Providing MW-level integrated power supply to combat low efficiency and high energy efficiency 

With a patchwork model of the power supply system, most medium and large-sized data centres lack system optimisation and full-link monitoring and management, suffering from low efficiency and high energy consumption, Huawei claims. 

The company says that, to address these pain points, the FusionPower6000 solution provides MW-level integrated power supply and distribution solutions for large data centres by integrating full-power links from the medium-voltage transformer to the load feeder. 

The Data Centre World Awards, presented annually at the Excel in London, was this year held from 2-3 March and is designed to recognise and reward innovations and achievements across the global data centre sector.



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