Huawei IdeaHub helps the world settle into the next normal


Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin using Huawei IdeaHub to conduct a video conference on Oct 14 with China’s foreign affairs minister Wang Yi. — Facebook/Muhyiddin Yassin

THE ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has given rise to a greater urgency to go digital.

Part of this push is due to the sudden switch to remote working and remote learning, ramping up demand for digital solutions that allow businesses, organisations and individuals to thrive in the next normal.

During this time, Huawei launched an innovative solution – the Huawei IdeaHub, which is a tool that combines various advanced technologies to transform the traditional workspace into a hi-tech, intelligent one.

Huawei IdeaHub integrates various communication devices – such as a projector, whiteboard, microphone, speaker, tablet, PC, TV and video conferencing device – and incorporates everything you need in one smart solution, while doing away with complicated cable connections.

With Huawei IdeaHub, geographical boundaries no longer stand in the way of holding effective and productive brainstorming or teaching sessions.

The IdeaHub design is developed by Huawei Milan Aesthetic Research Center in Italy to offer a fuss-free, futuristic yet simple solution that can be adopted by corporations, to be used in a wide variety of scenarios.

Future-ready video conferencing solutions

The IdeaHub uses Huawei’s intelligent cloud conferencing system, the Huawei CLOUD Meeting, which has been fine-tuned throughout Huawei’s 26 years in video conferencing research and development.

It employs the latest innovations in graphics computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and video codec engines, along with 1080p HD video mode and 4K ultra-HD document sharing capabilities.

The Huawei IdeaHub comes in two different models, IdeaHub Pro, which has a 4K ultra-high definition camera and the IdeaHub S, which has a camera resolution of 1080p in 30fps.The Huawei IdeaHub comes in two different models, IdeaHub Pro, which has a 4K ultra-high definition camera and the IdeaHub S, which has a camera resolution of 1080p in 30fps.

When connected to an OPS computer, Huawei IdeaHub also supports video communications platforms such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams.

Incorporated with Huawei’s eight-metre full-band precise sound pick up technology, together with AI-driven noise cancellation features and speaker-tracking capabilities*, the IdeaHub promises a better, more intelligent and more effective audio-visual performance.

*The speaker must be at the centre of the screen.

Smart projections modes that give users a range of flexibility in diverse environments.Smart projections modes that give users a range of flexibility in diverse environments.

Huawei IdeaHub comes with four smart projection modes: wired, app, projector and Near Field Communication (NFC).

This flexibility allows for deployment in diverse environments.

In terms of projection definition and smoothness, Huawei IdeaHub supports 4K 60fps video playback, 1080p 60fps wireless dynamic video projection, and 4K ultra-HD wireless content sharing.

The Huawei IdeaHub white lets two people interact on it simultaneously.The Huawei IdeaHub white lets two people interact on it simultaneously.

Huawei IdeaHub whiteboard comes in 4k resolution with co-authoring capabilities, which lets two people write on it at the same time.

The whiteboard also offers an ultra-low writing latency at 0.035s and stroke effect, making the writing experience as easy as scribbling with a pen and paper.

Intelligent features such as gestures, drag and selecting, zooming in and out as well as erasing and clearing the whiteboard with just one click allow for smart and efficient content development and sharing.

As the world grows more and more digital, and as remote working and remote learning increasingly become the way of life, Huawei’s IdeaHub is the device to help businesses, governments, and individuals alike settle into the next normal.

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