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3 new initiatives from Huawei at the Global ICT Industry Analysts Summit

 

The summit highlights the role of technical innovation in building a smart and clean world, and the challenges that must be taken care of to keep pace with the requirements of the digital future

The 19th edition of the Huawei Global ICT Industry Analysts Summit kicked off today in Shenzhen, the technical capital of China, with the participation of technical and financial analysts, opinion leaders and media representatives specialized in the ICT industry from all over the world. The summit sheds light on future trends in the technical sector and the role required of Huawei in developing the communications and information sector, supporting efforts to build the global ecosystem, and empowering partners and customers. The opening of the summit witnessed Huawei launching three new global initiatives aimed at enhancing the benefits of the telecommunications and information technology sector for the growth process of the businesses of other sectors and industries on the path to building a smart and clean world.

Speaking about the company’s approach to promoting innovation and building a more sustainable world, Ken Ho, the rotating chairman of Huawei, said: “Huawei will focus on enhancing its innovative approach and helping all sectors achieve digital transformation and rely on smart technologies to contribute to building a world low carbon in line with the goals of achieving sustainable growth in the future.

Ken Ho, the rotating chairman of Huawei, delivers the keynote speech at the Huawei Global ICT Industry Analyst Summit 2022

The three initiatives launched by Huawei are summarized as a priority to continue innovation and develop the technical sector in the field of communications, as the company announced its vision to enable communications at a speed of 10 gigabits per second based on the two new technologies of the fifth and half of wireless and fixed networks (5.5G and F5.5G), which will contribute In meeting networking requirements, including providing a comprehensive home experience as well as the low latency and efficiency needed to control specific scenarios. In computing and cloud services, Huawei is updating the design of dedicated touch point systems, core software, and data centers as part of its efforts to enhance systems performance and energy efficiency. Huawei is also working to provide MetaStudio, a wide range of digital content based on cloud computing, which will contribute to enhancing digital content. On the hardware front, Huawei strives to provide a holistic, intelligent experience that focuses on the user and consumers and fits all aspects of their lives, which it calls a “smooth life based on artificial intelligence” experience. It also focuses on enhancing the integration between the real and digital worlds.

The second initiative is to promote digital transformation research to create new value for customers, as Huawei works to provide products that meet different scenarios, integrate and pre-verify products, and implement complex work in advance to help customers and partners achieve digital transformation. Huawei aims to provide “everything as a service” based on the “Huawei Cloud” platform, transform infrastructure, technology and expertise into cloud-based services, and enable customers to move to cloud computing in various sectors. Huawei has formed integrated teams focusing on specific sectors in order to better understand the challenges faced by customers and efficiently rely on the resources and capabilities provided by partners to provide digital transformation solutions for all sectors and meet customer needs in a short time.

The third initiative is to improve energy supply and consumption by relying on digital technologies to enable low-carbon development, as Huawei focuses on the modernization of photovoltaic energy based on artificial intelligence, cloud computing and other technical capabilities in order to enhance the reliance on renewable energy. The company also develops low-carbon solutions for clean ICT infrastructure systems and focuses on wireless base stations and data centers.

At the summit, Huawei discussed its long-term vision and reviewed some of the research it is implementing to achieve its vision. Dr. Zhou Hong, President of the Huawei Institute for Strategic Research delivered a speech in which he said: “The future will be significantly different from what we think about today. Therefore, we must develop hypotheses and visions capable of Looking ahead and strengthening our efforts to improve our theoretical and technical innovations, this is the only way to move forward and keep pace with the requirements of the digital world.”

In his speech, Dr. Zhou addressed the ten challenges that Huawei is working to overcome by asking two scientific questions about how machines interact with the world, and can we devise models to enable machines to understand the world? How can we improve our understanding of the functions of the human body, including the eight body systems and human intentions and intelligence?

The eight technical challenges that must be taken care of to keep pace with the requirements of the digital future:

1. Modern sensing and control capabilities, such as brain-computer interfaces, muscle-computer interfaces, 3D displays, virtual touch, virtual smell, and virtual taste.

2. Monitor blood pressure, blood sugar, and heart rate, and explore chemical, biopharmaceutical and vaccines based on artificial intelligence.

3. Intelligent, automated, efficient, application-focused software to deliver greater value and a better experience.

4. Reaching and exceeding “Shannon’s limits” to enable high-performance and efficient communication both regionally and globally.

5. Efficient all-requirement computing models, non-Von Neumann designs, unconventional components, and explainable and debugging AI.

6. Creating molecules, catalysts and components based on smart computing.

7. Develop new processes that go beyond CMOS systems at a lower cost and enjoy greater efficiency.

8. Efficient and safe energy conversion and storage as well as provision of on-demand services.

It is noteworthy that the Huawei Global ICT Industry Analysts Summit was first held in 2004 and has been organized annually for 19 years. Its current session will be held in Shenzhen, China, over two days.

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About “Huawei”

Huawei is a leading global provider of ICT infrastructure and smart devices. The company is committed to continuous work to bring digitization to individuals, homes and companies to build a fully interconnected smart world, by offering integrated solutions within four main areas of communication networks, information technology, smart devices, and cloud computing services.

Huawei’s comprehensive and integrated portfolio of products, solutions and services is competitive and secure. Through its open and broad cooperation with its ecosystem partners, Huawei provides its customers with long-term value-added services, empowering people, enriching everyday life in every home, and encouraging innovation in businesses of all shapes and sizes.

Huawei believes that innovation is based on understanding customer requirements, and this encourages it to make huge investments in basic research that will achieve real results that contribute to the wheel of innovation and lead the development of the world for the better. Founded in 1987 as a private company wholly owned by its employees, Huawei today operates in more than 170 countries and regions around the world with approximately 197,000 employees.

For more information, please visit Huawei’s website: www.huawei.com