New H3C Switches Products
After over 20 years of networking innovation, research and development, New H3C has accumulated significant industry-leading Ethernet-related intellectual property and numerous patents. With a range spanning ten series and hundreds of switches, New H3C’s options can cover your networking needs – from the data center core to campus access and remote branches. And all products run New H3C’s Comware OS, providing a unified command interface that simplifies configuration and maximize automation.
To further reduce customers’ IT maintenance workloads, allowing them to focus on IT strategy and deployment, New H3C offers a comprehensive, innovative virtualization solution. Via virtualization of one set of physical network resources into multiple logical networks, different security and management policies for different users can easily be configured.
For data center applications, integration, virtualization and automation form the three main pillars of New H3C’s approach, which allows deployment of security integration, network virtualization and automated management solutions in unified Ethernet-based data center solutions, maximizing network resource utilization, and greatly reducing the hardware investments required to achieve desired levels of service.
Established in 2003, New H3C, has provided tens of millions of switches in China, where its switch market share rose to 34.5% in 2017 Q3 (Source: IDC). The company also ranks number one in the industry for technical strength and sales volume. With solutions widely deployed in sectors as varied as government, mobile operators, finance, education, and medicine, New H3C has become the preferred networking infrastructure brand. Outside China, New H3C’s expansion into the international market has seen its products and solutions adopted in nearly 100 countries and regions, over a broad customer portfolio that includes Vodafone, Telefonica, Swisscom, Coca Cola, DreamWorks, SNCF, Russia’s Sberbank, Samsung Electronics, and most recently, FIFA for the Brazil World Cup.