The American technology company has introduced a high-performance and high-capacity solution by leveraging HPE Aruba Networking CX Switch Series with 19Tbps to facilitate a smooth operation for Kurly during periods of peak network traffic
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has set up an automated network architecture for Korean retail technology company Kurly to develop an advanced logistics system for the latter.
The architecture includes an intelligent wireless LAN infrastructure based on HPE Aruba Networking Mobility Conductor which can deploy a maximum of 1,000 mobility controllers for streamlining management.
According to HPE, the deployment will enable high levels of scalability as well as automated firmware upgrades without the interruption of wireless services.
Through the integrated infrastructure, Kurly aims to achieve more simple, reliable, and highly automated operations and logistics.
HPE has introduced a high-performance and high-capacity solution by leveraging HPE Aruba Networking CX Switch Series with 19Tbps to facilitate a smooth operation for Kurly during periods of peak network traffic.
The American technology major said that the network is configured to manage all available traffic and \enable virtualisation, automation, and redundancy for ensuring safety.
Besides, HPE has deployed the HPE Aruba Networking AirMatch AI technology to prevent interference around the network caused by various operating devices like conveyor belts.
The artificial intelligence (AI) powered technology will help to learn channel status information and automatically assign all access points every 24 hours with optimal radio frequency channel.
HPE Aruba Networking Korea country manager Charles Incheol Kang said: “Today, many companies want to respond quickly to rapidly changing business needs through network modernisation.
“Kurly is at the forefront of this trend, and the introduction of HPE Aruba Networking solutions has enabled them to secure a safer and more efficient, advanced logistics system.”
Kurly utilises AI-driven HPE Aruba Networking UXI sensors to measure and optimise wireless service quality. This allows the retail technology company to create a network quality detection system that can swiftly identify and address issues automatically.
The retail technology firm opened its largest logistics centre in South Korea’s Pyeongtaek earlier this year for broadening its services and reorganising its distribution network.
Kurly IT team head Hyun Geun Park said: “The Pyeongtaek Logistics Center is the largest among Kurly’s logistics centres and serves as a nationwide hub for Kurly’s shipping service and therefore it was very important to secure stability and efficiency.
“With the introduction of the HPE Aruba Networking solution we expect the logistics efficiency will greatly improve.”