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HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO LTD Presence in Web Real-Time Communication Solutions
Founded in 1987 and headquartered in Shenzhen, China, Huawei Technologies is one of the leading Information Communication Technologies (ICT) solution providers. The multinational company offers networking and telecommunications products & services for varied industry verticals, such as government, public safety, logistics, healthcare, education, smart grid, energy, transportation, finance, manufacturing, hospitality, and media & entertainment. The company offers a broad portfolio such as WebRTC, enterprise networking, unified communications & collaboration (UC&C), cloud computing & data center, enterprise wireless, network energy, and infrastructure services. The WebRTC solution offered by the company allows browsers to support coding and encoding by implanting the voice and video engines into the browser itself, while moving the real-time communication service control to a cloud server. Huawei has extended its business from the telecom network carrier field to the enterprise and consumer fields. The company focuses on providing WebRTC-based rich communication gateways. Huawei presented its first WebRTC gateway technology in April 2013, highlighting the way gaps can be linked to the Web plus telecom. The company has revealed its telemedicine-focused WebRTC technology, which can effortlessly integrate with Machine to Machine (M2M)-enabled medical sensors to increase user experiences and proficiency of telehealth. These medical sensors include pulse oximetry, sphygmomanometer, and a weighing scale to integrate with IP networks, as well as collaborate with varied communication technologies, such as instant messaging, HD video, file transfers, and location sharing. Huawei has proposed a WebRTC gateway based on session border controllers (SBC), which allow network consistency and provisions system access modes, comprising 2G, 3G, and 4G.