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Huawei's Executive Director of the Board and Chairman of ICT Infrastructure Managing Board, David Wang, released a series of white papers entitled “Striding Towards the Intelligent World” at Huawei Summit 2022. Huawei's Chief Strategy Architect Dang Wenshuan discussed the contents of the white papers in more detail.
PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia International (Telin), the largest telecommunications company in Southeast Asia, and Zenlayer, a massively distributed edge cloud service provider, signed a memorandum of understanding for joint development of a digital connectivity platform that provides on-demand subsea cable services.
With more and more organizations realizing the benefits of digital transformation, enterprise management software solutions and cloud service providers, Yonyou is also quickly expanding its digital ecosystem amid increasing business partnerships within various public and private sectors.
The Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) has partnered with Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), one of the leading scientific research institutions in telecommunications, to advance Singapore’s future comms and connectivity capabilities and talent.
Huawei has started to commercially deploy its third-generation 5G Massive MIMO outside China, with the Philippines being the first major recipient. The major product in the third-generation 5G RAN series, MetaAAU, achieves best performance and lowest power consumption by applying a wide range of leading wireless technologies and represents a key path for evolution to a 5.5G network. Next-generation innovative technologies, such as ultra-wideband, multi-antenna and extremely large antenna arrays, significantly improve spectral and energy efficiency and can help operators build future-oriented, simplified, green, high-performance 5G networks.
From banking to healthcare, the international community is now geared towards the development of the digital economy and promoting digital infrastructure construction in this digital era.
An estimated 2.7 billion people – or one-third of the world's population – remain unconnected to the Internet in 2022.
Huawei shared its latest strategy of “Diving into the Asia Pacific, Shaping an All-Optical, Intelligent Internet” during the Asia Pacific ISP Summit at HUAWEI CONNECT 2022, aimed at bolstering the ISP industry as the critical foundation of the Intelligent World 2030.
On the first day of HUAWEI CONNECT 2022, Huawei, together with partners and representatives from public and private organizations, held a session exploring how technology is vital to building a sustainable and inclusive world envisioned by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), with case studies and analyses focusing on the Asia-Pacific region.
At the summit entitled “Huawei Intelligent Cloud-Network, Leading Digital Innovation," Huawei unveiled the upgraded capabilities of its Intelligent Cloud-Network Solution. Held during HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 Bangkok, the summit highlighted its capabilities covering three major scenarios — CloudFabric, CloudWAN and CloudCampus — which were created in an effort to meet customers' changing requirements.
The telecommunications industry significantly utilizes the internet of things (IoT), and the latter heavily relies on the former as well. The dependency of telecoms on IoT has attracted more research than the opposite. It is only the use of telecommunications in the Internet of things that is deeply known by many.
At Huawei Connect 2022 today, David Wang, Huawei's executive director of the Board and chairman of ICT Infrastructure Managing Board, delivered a keynote speech entitled Embracing the 5.5G Era: Striding Towards the Intelligent World.