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Intelligent Campus 2030

The era of fully-intelligent, people-centric, and low-carbon campuses is fast approaching. Huawei is committed to bringing digital to every campus for pervasive intelligence.

Indicator Forecast

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AI penetration rate of new campus services

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Simulation computing power


Light field holographic rendering computing power
10 TeraFLOPS

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10GE Wi-Fi penetration rate

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Penetration rate of 5G industry private network

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Intelligent platform utilization

Key Technical Features

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Intelligent Twins

  • Digital twins: multi-dimensional sensing and digital modeling, interaction between the physical and digital worlds, light field holographic rendering, and intelligent platform
  • Cognitive intelligence: automated and autonomous AI, knowledge computing, and generative AI
  • Flexible resources: disaggregated pooling, flexible computing
Ubiquitous intelligent

Ubiquitous Intelligent Connectivity

  • Multi-dimensional sensing: 5.5G wireless sensing, Wi-Fi sensing, optical sensing, passive IoT sensing, and visual sensing
  • Harmonized communication and sensing (HCS): mobile HCS system, WLAN HCS system, and optical fiber HCS system
  • Edge intelligence: cubic computing, centralized processing at the edge
spatial interaction

Spatial Interaction

  • Human-machine collaboration: human-machine collaboration network, data-driven robot, and intelligent human-machine collaboration
  • Immersive experience: experience interaction network, XR and naked-eye 3D, and immersive collaboration system
  • Spatial AI computing: predictive computing, digital virtual engine for campuses
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Intent-Driven Ultra-Broadband

  • 100 Gbit/s connectivity: Wi-Fi 8 wireless technology, 200G PON, and 5.5G/6G mobile network
  • Deterministic networks: deterministic bearer, E2E slicing
  • On-demand services: network-as-a-service (NaaS) layer, global network routing
security resilience

Security and Resilience

  • Data security: proactive data protection, data zero-copy, zero-trust storage, and hardware-based algorithm
  • Computing power security: security for new computing paradigms, digital trust and privacy, and AI security and trustworthiness
  • Resilient systems: intrinsic security, three-dimensional defense, and resilient architecture
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All-Domain Zero Carbon

  • Optoelectronic reconstruction: simplified network architecture, new optoelectronic integration architecture
  • Ultimate carbon efficiency: energy router, energy cloud brain, PV generator, and new energy component
  • Smart microgrid: collaborative and complementary power generation-grid-load-storage, intelligent response to energy demand

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