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2 Huawei Smart Education Education is often a reliable indicator of a country's comprehensive national power. To improve education quality and efficiency, ICT-enabled systems must be developed between regions and schools. Against this backdrop, Huawei is determined to partner with education experts worldwide and offer four education-specific ICT solutions: education cloud, digital campus, interactive classroom, and ebag. The education cloud uses industry-leading cloud technologies to promote the resource sharing. The digital campus integrates a variety of systems or applications, including wired, wireless, broadcasting, TV, and teaching management into one IP network, reducing construction and Operation & Maintenance (O&M) costs. The interactive classroom uses innovative teaching approaches based on HD and interactive communication. ebag offers a healthy, convenient study environment founded on the unified management of a wide assortment of terminals and devices. Courseware sharing Remote teaching Electronic proctoring system Digital library Online test e-government Service portal Appraisal on teaching performance Education cloud esdk MicroDC Modular DC Container DC Cloud DC Appraisal on teaching performance Integrated platform SI/ISV Security management center (SMC) Network security Power supply surveillance Office collaboration Video surveillance Campus network Wireless campus Internet use management Network management center (esight) Interactive classroom Speaker TV Whiteboard Wireless classroom Remote classroom Online interactive classroom Speaker Projector Display ebag Unified management of access, policies, and devices MediaPad Ascend Mini VDI Solution overview 01
3 Solution Overview Huawei offers a variety of infrastructures, including servers, storage devices, and network devices. Huawei's extensive experience with cutting-edge technologies in cloud computing, cloud storage, and cloud network offers secure and stable platforms for application software deployment and organizational operation. In addition, Huawei's flagship visual management and security architecture help regional education organizations and schools manage education resources so as to achieve enhanced operation efficiency. Cloud platform Education Informatization: Education Cloud Resource sharing Application platform Education cloud platform Teaching video esdk Collaboration Desktop office and communication Cloud computing platform architecture Distributed file system Virtual campus stations Traditionally, school buildings are the basic units of ICT-enabled system construction, which results in disperse, duplicate construction, segmented education resources, and poor interdepartmental collaboration. Against this backdrop, educational organizations and schools are transforming the school-based mode to region-wide construction. Regional education informatization construction consolidates region-wide high-quality education resources, promotes region-wide education resource sharing, and further enhances education quality. Regional education informatization means cooperation and collaboration across schools and departments. It integrates a wide assortment of applications and services, such as teaching administration, resource sharing, online learning, and online training. To achieve regional education informatization, many challenges must be addressed: The regional information center must support a large number of concurrent access requirements, leading higher requirements for network, storage, and security system performance. The egress bandwidth of schools is insufficient, demanding a comprehensive upgrade of regional networks. Service systems, such as the student information database, teacher information database, and digital campus management platform, must be uniformly constructed. Management systems must be capable of exchanging data with one another. Platform for learning resource sharing UC CC TP IVS Platform for remote interactive teaching MicroDC Modular DC Container DC Cloud DC Mobile learning Online test Interactive teaching Remote classroom Mobile learning PC and tablet Dedicated terminals for learning Online and offline learning anytime, anywhere Collaborative learning Communication and sharing among classmates Recommendation of popular learning materials Interactive learning community Education cloud improves regional education quality Micro DC (smaller than 20 m 2 ) Mid-sized DC (30 100m 2 ) Large DC ( m 2 ) Outdoor Balanced development Innovative teaching Efficient management Accessible quality resources Push of courses by well-known teachers Virtual learning community Abundant teaching approaches 360-degree appraisal on teaching performance and personalized tutorship Cross-school collaboration and experience sharing on preparing lessons Improved usage of education resources thanks to the unified construction of education systems Enlarged audiences of quality education resources Unified O&M management 1 5 server cabinets 6 28 server cabinets or more server cabinets All-in-one: 4 10 IT cabinets Cluster: 18 or more IT cabinets 02 03
4 Solution Overview Huawei Smart Campus focuses on the campus network and enables unified, refined management of wired and wireless networks and devices. In Huawei's solution, the entire network supports both IPv6 and IPv4, helping customers transform their networks to pure IPv6 networks and allowing unified management of devices from different vendors. Huawei's solution uses one single network to carry a variety of campus applications and systems. In addition, to enable students and teachers with free and easy access to the education cloud and classroom resources, Huawei offers an integrated classroom device. The integrated device integrates the wireless network, remote teaching, teaching PC, and control terminal, reducing network complexity and improving teaching efficiency. Huawei's ebag solution provides a full set of network security and device management policies. It provides unified access for different types of terminals and uniformly manages policies and devices, assuring students of a secure, healthy network environment. Campus Informatization: Smart Campus Solution With the growing popularity of education informatization and increasing maturity of cloud computing, Internet, and smart devices, information technologies have penetrated every aspect of campus life. Information technologies have become a pillar of supporting a wide range of application services covering everything from teaching and research to management and daily life. This lays solid ground for communication and collaboration. Campus information systems require high-quality network environments. Campus networks carry a complex set of services, such as office automation (OA), teaching systems, and student management systems. The operation of campus networks must be stable and reliable. In addition, these systems must provide integrated audio, video, and data communication for students and teachers, maximizing faculty reserves and extending quality resources to a larger number of students. Remote education and network-based education demand stable, reliable networks to enable cross-school communication. The cross-school education helps schools enhance its presence. With wireless technologies, students can access internal resources and the Internet anytime and anywhere (in the campus, library, and classroom). To address these requirements, education organizations and schools request an end-to-end campus network solution that integrates WLAN, authentication and billing, and IPv6 technologies. Highlights Efficient Reliable Energy-saving Flexible authentication and billing Security control Refined management Provides differentiated access and egress authentication depending on the user and access type Supports flexible billing policies Ensures campus network security and services with anti-attack capabilities Provides in-depth packet identification function, manages and controls a wide array of applications and services, and offers multiple points of egress to carry traffic in load balancing mode Unified management of campus networks Centralized services Continued services Proactive security protection Convergent architecture simplifies campus information management and enables agile operation Maximized resource usage Full compatibility to save construction costs Energy-saving and environmental friendliness Wired and wireless integration Uniformly controls and manages high-density Wi-Fi access services and uniformly authenticates both wired and wireless users Support for multiple services Supports multiple services including unicast and multicast for IPv4/IPv6 dual stack users and ensures the stable operation of mission-critical services, offering a multifunctional bearer network for campuses 04 05
5 Interactive Classroom: Multimedia Classroom Solution Package Mobile ebag Solution Huawei offers a multimedia classroom solutions package based on classroom size and application. The solution portfolio not only provides local multimedia classroom-based teaching, but also enables remote interactive teaching by connecting the local classroom to the eclass teaching platform. Customized tablets Portable dedicated terminals for more efficient learning Built-in learning software, including an electronic reader, dictionary, curriculum, and media player Pre-installed eclass client Combination of LCD display and E Ink electronic paper display Universal tablets Mobile network classroom Smart classroom Cloud border VDI network classroom Support for both ios and Android tablets Professional ebag application software Online on-demand and offline learning anytime, anywhere Unified management for access, policies, devices, and securities Highlights Highlights VIP telepresence classroom Common multimedia classroom Industry-leading equipment: Updates traditional teaching approaches of the blackboard, chalk, and projector with a full series of interactive devices, including integrated multimedia, interactive electronic whiteboard, and audio/video Flexible teaching methods: Enables both local multimedia teaching and remote interactive teaching Easy to control: Uniformly manage all electronic devices in the classroom HD real-time audio/video communication: Supports real-time bidirectional communication in HD video or CD-level audio End-to-end solutions: Offers end-to-end classroom solutions depending on classroom size and application Statistical and analytical capabilities to improve management efficiency of personal learning progress Enhanced sharing of education resources and improved teaching efficiency Reduced environmental impact and energy consumption Anytime, anywhere learning Abundant resources to drive students to learn proactively Enhanced interaction between students and teachers 06 07
6 Guangzhou Education Information Center Regional Education Cloud Background Low O&M efficiency: 2 4 hours to recover a PC fault Low resource usage: only 10% of hardware resources functioning Remote teaching shortage Solution Replaces traditional PCs with thin clients (TCs), reducing device procurement costs Constructs a data sharing platform, exchanging as much as 80 TB data Education WAN, enables students and teachers to access the desktop from any campus building Benefits Balanced education resources Education resource sharing and remote interactive education Reduced IT investment and prolonged service life of IT devices East China Normal University Digital Campus Background Increasing demand for multimedia content Shortage of communication tools, leading to low internal communication efficiency Aging PCs in classrooms, increasing maintenance Solution Platform layer: Deploy UC, interactive remote teaching, and desktop cloud on the platform layer Terminal layer: Provide an E2E solution covering multimedia classrooms, tablet terminals, and TCs, provide a rich set of applications, and support different terminal types Background When teachers are teaching, students can access the class anywhere, from any type of device Improved internal communication efficiency and enhanced PC maintenance efficiency 08 02
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