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Huawei aims to help build a low-carbon world

  • Special Correspondent
  • 27 April, 2022 12:00 AM
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Technology giant Huawei will approach to innovation, equip all industries to go digital and intelligent, and help build a low-carbon world, said its rotating chairman Ken Hu. 

Ken Hu disclosed it virtually at 19th annual Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen on Tuesday.

A hybrid event, the summit gathers industry analysts, financial analysts, key opinion leaders, and media representatives from around the world to learn more about future industry trends and Huawei's development strategy.

At the event, Ken Hu gave a keynote presentation on Huawei's approach to innovation and building a greener intelligent world.

"We will strengthen our approach to innovation, equip all industries to go digital and intelligent, and help build a low-carbon world," said Hu.

Ken Hu describes three key initiatives for the future growth of this company.

Firstly, innovating nonstop and advancing the industry; secondly, diving into digital transformation to create new value for customers; and thirdly, optimising power supply and consumption

with digital technology to enable low-carbon development.       

In terms of connectivity, Huawei continues to drive the industry forward.

The company announced its vision to enable 10 Gbps connections everywhere with 5.5G and F5.5G, the next evolutions in wireless and fixed networks.

Together, these will support a broader range of niche network requirements, including a more immersive experience in homes.

With Huawei Cloud as the foundation, Huawei aims to provide "Everything as a Service", turning infrastructure, technology, and expertise into cloud-based services, and making cloud migration easier for customers in different industries.

In cloud services, Huawei is building MetaStudio, a cloud-based, end-to-end digital content pipeline that will greatly expedite digital content production.

Under the third key initiative mentioned above, Huawei is redefining the PV sector with AI, cloud, and other capabilities to boost the generation of renewable energy.

Huawei is also developing system-level low-carbon solutions for green ICT infrastructure, focusing on wireless base stations and data centers.

The Huawei Global Analyst Summit was first held in 2004 and has continued annually for 19 years.

This year's event is being held from April 26 to 27, and it includes a broad range of breakout sessions on different aspects of Huawei's business.