Huawei and iSoftStone Jointly Launch Smart Security Solution


At HUAWEI CONNECT 2017, Huawei and iSoftStone launched a Smart Security Solution. This solution uses Huawei’s FusionSever G2500 smart video analysis server and iSoftStone's urban safety management platform to meet the secure production and management requirements of the mining, petrochemical, industrial and trading sectors.

Huawei and iSoftStone have established a solid and stable strategic partnership for many years. On August 28, 2017, Huawei and iSoftStone agreed to take their relationship to a new level. The Smart Security Solution is another result of this collaboration.

The newly-launched Smart Security Solution adopts Huawei’s FusionServer G2500 smart video analysis server and iSoftStone's urban safety management platform to optimize applications for CPU + FPGA heterogeneous computing forvideo analysis and AI. The solution is positioned for safe production, promoting production safety management efficiency and reducing the safe production management cost for governments and enterprises.

Built with the safe production requirements of special industries in mind, the solution solves the problems of the traditional safety management mode, and enables an optimized intelligent prewarning and analysis mode that features real-time data acquisition and cloud-edge mutual learning. It will provide customers with brand new online prewarning services.

Huawei’s FusionServer G2500 is positioned for application scenarios such as safe city and smart transportation. It supports sixteen NVIDIA® Tesla® P4 GPUs and twenty-four 3.5-inch hard drives in a 4U chassis, delivering 256 channels of high-definition video streaming to meet the requirements for data analysis and storage.

Source: Huawei


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