Tapping on its 20-year expertise in audio-visual R&D and combining it with cloud and 5G technologies, Huawei has launched a video conferencing solution named Huawei Cloud Meeting.
Huawei’s goal in launching the device-cloud synergy solution is to enable the widespread use of high-resolution video formats and AI in combination with productivity tools, and to work with partners to grow an ecosystem of services across a number of industries, including ICT, broadcast, media and AV.
The video conferencing solution can host internal and external meetings for up to 1,000 concurrent participants, and features one-click data sharing and transfer among PCs, mobile phones, tablets, meeting room terminals and smart TVs.
Designed for communication and collaboration, Huawei Cloud Meeting can deliver ultra-HD meeting experiences, and supports wireless projection of documents, audio and video. The solution also offers open APIs that can be integrated with third-party applications and web platforms, empowering one-click native cloud meetings for on-the-go collaboration.
Huawei has also placed a particular focus on data security for remote collaboration, allowing the Huawei Cloud Meeting to provide protection for cloud and device access, including data sharing and transmission as well as management data monitoring. The company added that the solution ensures data sovereignty with tenanted data isolation and AES265 encryption of contacts and meeting recording.
Daniel Zhou, President of Cloud and AI at Huawei Asia-Pacific, said: “Focused on revolutionising meeting experiences, Huawei Cloud Meeting wants to make remote communications as seamless as face-to-face communications. To this end, we will continue to invest in core audio and video capabilities to simplify collaboration, improve operational efficiencies, and speed up decision-making.”