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1 enterprise.huawei.com/us Huawei Retail Solutions Enabling Retail in the ICT era January 13-16, 2013 Javits Center New York, NY

2 Contents I. Overview II. SolutionsIII. Success  Top issues affecting modern retailer  Evolving to stay competitive  CIO priorities in Retail Solutions for Retail  Campus, Branch and Wireless LAN solutions  Datacenter solutions  Video Conferencing and Telepresence solutions  Retail Proof Points I. Overview

3 Who is Huawei? $ 28 B $ 21.8 B $18.3 B $12.8 B $ 32.4 B Continuously creating long-term value for customers Sales Revenue (USD in billions) Huawei Business: Leading global ICT solutions provider Serving 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators Deployed in over 140 countries, serving 1/3 of the world's population Top contributor to industry standards Huawei USA: Huawei North America regional office established in branch offices and 8 R&D locations Made $6.1B in purchases from U.S. based companies in 2010 Invested $263M in US R&D in 2011 – Shaping generations of new Huawei products, solutions and architecture U.S. employees Huawei Business: Leading global ICT solutions provider Serving 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators Deployed in over 140 countries, serving 1/3 of the world's population Top contributor to industry standards Huawei USA: Huawei North America regional office established in branch offices and 8 R&D locations Made $6.1B in purchases from U.S. based companies in 2010 Invested $263M in US R&D in 2011 – Shaping generations of new Huawei products, solutions and architecture U.S. employees 2012 $38B (E)

4 Top Issues Affecting the Modern Retailer External and Internal Pressures Better Informed More Social Mobile Empowered Better Informed More Social Mobile Empowered The Changing Buyer Legal Requirements- security /privacy Staff management/ turnover Effective communication and learning in distributed environments Challenging inventory, supply chain, loss prevention systems Adopting evolving technologies effectively Legal Requirements- security /privacy Staff management/ turnover Effective communication and learning in distributed environments Challenging inventory, supply chain, loss prevention systems Adopting evolving technologies effectively The Evolving Retail Enterprise

5 Retailers Must Evolve to Stay Competitive “OmniChannel” model IT consumerization Always on connectivity Personalization Consumer based data expanding with multiple touchpoints Big Data analysis for key consumer insights Security/Privacy PCI/ DSS compliance Online or in person Lowest TCO

6 Retail CIO Top Priorities Secure Private End to End Secure Private End to End Secure, Mobile Ready Networks  Connected xaaS Support Big Data Business Analytics xaaS Support Big Data Business Analytics Leverage the Cloud  Intelligent External--to the empowered buyer Internal for development, retention and best resource usage External--to the empowered buyer Internal for development, retention and best resource usage Effective Communications  Visual Lead and Differentiate In the Connected, Intelligent, Visual Retail World BUDGET SECURITY PRIVACY

7 Huawei Retail Solutions Vision ENTERPRISE CARRIER CONSUMER CLOUD  Focused solutions for next generation retail Connected, Intelligent, Visual  Help CIO/IT balance cost efficiency with valuable new service deployment Increase IT profile and value  Leverage global best practices

8 Huawei Solutions for Retail Eco-system, Joint Innovation, Partners WLAN 10G Campus Network CSS 10GE Aggregation layer S9700/S9300/S GE/10GE Core Layer S12800/S9700 Firewall Eudemon Core Router NE40E CSS Cloud Engine Data Center CE12812CE12808CE12804 Secure, Mobile Ready Networks Leveraging the Cloud Effective communications Transforming Retail with ICT- connected, intelligent, visual Storage NASSAN Full SSD UC&C Cloud CCUC VC/TP

9 8 x 40GE /slot 7.68 TBPS/Chassis Highest 40GE Port Density S9700 Series | Terabit Routing Switch 4x Industry Average Patented Cluster Switching System (CSS) 640 GBPS Stack Bandwidth Revolving Air Flow Energy Efficient Ethernet 30% Energy Savings

10 S5700 Series | Enterprise Switch POE & Port Hibernation Energy Efficient Ethernet 30% Energy Savings 48GE + 8*10GE......or 64GE + 4*10GE Flexible Port Combinations

11 2 Tbps/Slot 48 Tbps/Chassis Switching Capacity Cloud Oriented Core Switch CE12800 Series | Data Center Core Switch Supports 96x100GE Ports Or 1152*10GE / 288*40GE Ports 100 GE Ports VS, CSS, TRILL, Large Buffer Build a Cloud-ready DC Network Data Center Features

12 CE6800 Series | Data Center TOR Switch 48*10GE Ports & 4*40 GE Uplink Ports 960 Mpps throughput High Performance and Density Works with CE12800 Switches Build a Scalabale, Virtualized, Converged Fabric Cloud Computing Data Centers

13 USG 5500 Series | Unified Threat Management 64*GE & 14*10GE Interfaces 30 Gbps Firewall 99% AV Detection Rate Ultra Low Power Consumption Industry Leading

14 1 Million IOPS Low Latency (500µs) 100% SSD based SAN Dorado 5100 | Solid State Storage System MTBF 1 Million Hours Redundant Architecture & Dual Controllers Stability and Reliability Uses 90% Less Energy Uses 95% Less Space Lower TCO

15 AC6605 | Wireless Access Controller Manage Up to 512 APs & 4000 Users High Capacity L2/L3 User Roaming a/b/g/n Broad Capabilities

16 AP6610DN & 6010DN | Wireless Access Points Up to 128 Users, a/b/g/n WEP/WAP/WAP2/WAPI Outdoor Dual-band AP Dual-band 2*2 MIMO Up to 128 Users, WEP/WAP/WAP2/WAPI/802.11x Indoor Dual-band AP

17 IP Case Study for a Major US Retail Company Background  The US retail company has over 4000 retail stores and it is seeking to streamline network operations with one consistent deployment model  Its network is 10 years old & customer is highly price sensitive Solution Benefit  Used S5700 in the IDF** as access switch to connect various types of endpoints -IP phones, PCs, WLAN APs, video cameras & price scanners.  Power to endpoints provided via POE (up to 30 watts/port).  S5700 used as core switch in MDF in each store  Already deployed in over 325 stores, will deploy in 1900 total stores  Solution supports the 802.3at standard, which provides up to 30 watts of power through CAT5 cable to remote endpoints, obviating the need for a local electrical outlet.  10G bandwidth from access server through aggregation supports large data bandwidth requirements (e.g. surveillance video transmission)  S5700 is compatible with older fiber types, including OM-1 (see notes pages), protecting original customer network investments.  Consistent deployment model saves on training cost, sparing-better TCO Store 1Store 2 Internet IPSec Call Center Data Center Headquarters Branch 1 Branch N VPN Detached auto care facility Spares/LABLoss Prevention Store Express Gas Station Spares/LAB … MDF S5700 ** Intermediate Distribution Frame ***Main Distribution Frame Green GE CopperGray FE CopperOrange GE FiberRed 10GE Fiber

18 Summary-Enterprise Products and Solutions Flexible Campus Network Branch Ubiquitous Branch Access Reliable WAN & IP + Optical Backbone Sales HQ Finance R&D Green Data Center Network Immersive Video Conferencing & Telepresence Unified eSight Network Management NMS LAN Switch Branch & Core Router Branch & Core Router Security & Storage Security & Storage Transmission & Access Transmission & Access VC & Telepresence VC & Telepresence AR G3 NE40E-X1/X3/X8/X16 S7700S9300 S1700 /S2700/S3700/ S5700/S6700 Eudemon 200E-X/ 1000E-X/8000E OSN 1800/8800 RTN 910/950 BTS TP1002/3006/3106 MCU8650/8660 SAN/NAS/VTL

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