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Huawei: Finding the right approach and technology for any scenario

  • Huawei unveiled its global partner growth plan, the Huawei Empower Program
  • Huawei is working closely with partners to find the right technology for the right scenario

Having a successful investment strategy for Asia’s megatrends is more crucial than ever, since the region stands out as the leader in the global context of low growth. Many people are aware that, among other places, Asia is accelerating technology advancements, and among the tech giants, Huawei is taking advantage of it.

Huawei has strong roots in the APAC region and has consistently supported digital development there, pushing the limits of what technological advancements are capable of.

Asia currently holds a 77% share of the global innovation market, with America coming in second (64%), according to a Salesforce report. This is largely because a resounding majority of respondents named China, Korea, and Japan as the top three nations driving innovation.

At is HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Bangkok event, Huawei unveiled a number of ground-breaking infrastructure solutions designed to accelerate industry digitalization by selecting the best technology for each particular situation. In order to explore the potential future directions and prospects for industrial digitization, industry stakeholders came together and held conversations around the theme “Innovative Infrastructure to Unleash Digital.”

Huawei presented solutions backed by its technical strengths to help overcome the difficulties faced by various businesses attempting to go digital.

At the event, Huawei unveiled its global partner growth plan, the Huawei Empower Program. With the aid of this initiative, Huawei’s partners will be able to create three different types of capabilities: consulting and planning for digital transformation, product and portfolio expertise, and solution development.

Huawei makes it simpler to advance technology innovations

Ryan Ding, President of Huawei Enterprise BG. (Source – Huawei)

Deeper digital transformation will let businesses to more effectively adapt to a constantly-evolving world, according to Ryan Ding, President of Huawei Enterprise BG, in his keynote speech “Empowering Industry, Creating Value.” “Huawei is working closely with our partners to find the right technology for the right scenario, support customers in furthering their digital transformation, and unleash the power of digital,” said Ding.

Ding continued by saying that by collaborating with partners to develop scenario-based solutions for a range of client needs, Huawei is advancing industry innovation and multi-tech synergy. He added that doing this will increase value and make it simpler for customers to complete the “last mile” of their digital transformation.

They say that change never stops; and when it comes to technology, they are often correct. But it must also be advantageous to what companies actually need for their business operations. Vice President of Huawei Enterprise BG Bob Chen spoke about the need of multi-tech synergy in selecting the best technology for a given situation.

“Data is at the core of digital transformation, and data ingestion, transmission, storage, and analysis are key steps. Huawei provides full-stack products and product portfolios to support end-to-end data processing, accelerating customers’ digital transformation,” said Chen.

These three steps—data connectivity, transmission, and storage—are crucial to this process.

Huawei upgraded its Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution, which consists of CloudFabric, CloudWAN, and CloudCampus, in terms of data connectivity. The solution seeks to provide quick, agile, and simplified experiences to industrial clients and contributes to building a strong data foundation for unleashing the power of digital.

Huawei has been investigating the fifth-generation fixed network (F5G) evolution in the area of data transmission to redefine industry productivity. For all-optical bearing, all-optical industrial networks, all-optical campuses, and all-optical sensing, a number of innovative products and solutions have been made available.

For data storage, Huawei stated that it is working to provide a data-centric, reliable storage foundation for six important data consumption scenarios, such as production and transactions, data analytics, and data protection, to assist businesses in maximizing the value of their data.

In addition, through Huawei’s Empower Program, partners will be empowered with a new framework, a new strategy, and an integrated platform. Finally, the Huawei ICT Academy and Huawei Authorized Learning Partner (HALP) programs will help to develop a talent pool. Huawei also disclosed that over the following three years, they would invest US$300 million in this program to support global partners.