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Huawei, CCTV Reach Big Data Cooperation For Chinese Media Storage

Huawei has inked a big data strategic cooperation with China Central Television.

Under the cooperation, Huawei and CCTV will jointly develop an energy-saving high-density media resource storage system, which will provide large capacity and high performance storage, improve media resource access and management efficiency, and save energy by 60% to 80%. Financial terms of the deal were not announced.

By the end of August 2013, Huawei had deployed 330 data centers around the world, including 70 cloud data centers. It cooperates with over 260 cloud computing customers worldwide in the exploration of cloud business value-added services.

During the first quarter of 2013, Huawei says its storage shipment ranked first in the Greater China region and it ranked eighth in the world. At the same time, the company's server shipments was among the top three in China.

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