Thanks to the mobile Internet trends and the rapid spread of smart devices, WLAN maintains a high growth in the market. H3C, as a leading provider of integrated solutions for mobile networks, launched WLAN in 2008 and has continuously maintained its number one position in the enterprise market. According to the IDC report, nearly 4 million WLAN products (AP) were shipped up to June, 2014.
The H3C’s research team for WLAN officially formed in 2000 and began to publish the industry's first Gigabit Wireless Controller WX6100, launching the first enterprise-class 802.11n WA2600 in 2008. H3C has constantly sought to enrich and improve the latest wireless solutions with indoor installation and distribution and 802.11n integrated outdoor base station.
In addition, H3C is the only company participating in standardizing IETF WLAN. RFC5833 and RFC5834. There are two RFC (Request For Comments), both recognized by MIB, will further improve the wireless network standards and promote the development of WLAN applications. This is another milestone for H3C in the field of WLAN, showing H3C’s efforts and achievements in driving the standardization of WLAN both locally and globally.From the beginning, H3C has followed the philosophy of "quality-focused, intelliSense" for product development to maintain all types of users connected worldwide for technical exchange and collaboration. H3C has presented dozens of innovative wireless solutions called "cloud interconnection", which have been successfully deployed in the National Theatre, the National Library, the National Stadium, Beijing Capital International Airport, InterContinental Beijing Beichen Hotel, Shanghai World Expo and Guangzhou International Finance Center, Zhejiang Provincial People's Hospital, Hangzhou Metro, University of Hong Kong, Tsinghua University, Fudan University, Cuiwei department stores, SOGO department Store, Haidilao, Midea Group, Nagqu logistics Center, Sichuan Electric Power, PetroChina, Sinopec and more. H3C is working with local governments and operators in order to build more than 80 wireless cities, including Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Jinan, Changsha and Lhasa.