According to Forrester, the result not only proves the powerful capabilities and competitiveness of Huawei’s FusionCube, but also confirms industry recognition from customers and analysts.
In the HCI research, Forrester evaluated hyperconverged systems vendors against a comprehensive set of evaluation criteria, which are grouped into three high-level categories: current offering, strategy, and market presence. These three categories were further grouped into 12 sub-criteria.
Huawei FusionCube adopts innovative architecture and software-hardware collaborative acceleration technology to ensure ultimate performance, leverage proprietary distributed storage software to ensure service continuity, and exploit simplified management features to guarantee optimal user experience. In terms of strategy and market presence, Huawei FusionCube has a fast growing global shipment volume and is installed at over 500 customer sites around the world. Huawei has become a mainstream global hyperconverged infrastructure vendor and is highly regarded by customers.
"The hyperconverged market has evolved from the cultivation phase to the maturity phase,” said Qiu Long, General Manager of Huawei’s server domain. “Huawei's hyperconverged product FusionCube has grown from the hyperconverged 2.0 architecture for single enterprise applications to the 3.0 architecture designed for the cloud era. We believe being named a Strong Performer in Forrester's HCI Wave reflects our progress in the hyperconverged product market. With continuous investments in the domain, Huawei will keep improving its competitiveness and bringing unique value to customers."