The launch of the National 13th Five-Year Plan and the Millennium Plan of Xiongan New Area has raised the construction of smart cities to a national level strategy. According to relevant data, the number of cities that have proposed or begun to build smart cities in China has reached more than 500 up to now. With the speeding up of smart city construction in various regions, the relevant market scale is expected to expand to hundreds of billions or even trillions. As the main force of building smart cities, governments at all levels need a lot of money to invest in the construction of infrastructure of smart cities.
The Main Challenges
The Following Advantages
In the smart city framework, there are various government and enterprise private clouds, public clouds, and hybrid clouds of different sizes and different security levels, which are vulnerable to different levels of internal and external network security threats after interconnection;
LongTooth™ communication technology assumes the role of a city service exchange platform;
The software and hardware input cost of the initial construction of smart city is huge, and requires a large amount of human and material resources to invest, which is a huge challenge for the government;
Flexible access to various third party services;
The terminals have wider diversity, and how to integrate data to improve the intelligence level of the city is a huge challenge.
Realize the interaction with cloud service units.