Huawei Connect 2022 started in Bangkok on September 19, the first time, the flagship event has taken place outside China.
Ken Hu, Rotating Chairman of Huawei, delivered a keynote speech, Unleash Digital. Zhang Ping’an, CEO of Huawei Cloud, likewise, shared that the tech leader plans to launch new Regions in Indonesia and Ireland. He later unveiled the “Go Cloud, Go Global” ecosystem plan, and reaffirmed his commitment to Everything as a Service.
Similarly, Jacqueline Shi, President of Huawei Cloud’s Global Marketing and Sales Service, said that Huawei Cloud will launch over 15 innovations globally. The service would cover cloud-native, AI development, data governance, digital content, software development, and MacroVerse aPaaS.
According to Ken Hu, organizations should adopt cloud services to accelerate development as digital smart tech is the future. Huawei Cloud has integrated more than 240 services and 50,000+ APIs to bring its latest AI, application development, and big data technologies and development tools to the cloud. The innovation and expertise of Huawei Cloud assist more organizations to move to the cloud faster and better.
It is the first time the popular tech leader entered Galaxy Secondary School.
Huawei Cloud going global as Connect 2022 starts in Bangkok
Huawei Cloud is focused on building one global network, which allows services on its Cloud platform to be accessed within 50 milliseconds from anywhere on the globe. With it, enterprises won’t need to build their own data centers. Huawei Cloud will also launch new Regions in Indonesia and Ireland. By the end of this year, it will have deployed 29 Regions and 75 availability zones (AZs) which should cover more than 170 countries and regions.
Zhang Ping’an also released the “Go Cloud, Go Global” plan. Emphasizing Everything as a Service, Huawei Cloud will share its localized experience acquired in the services for more than 170 countries and regions, as well as insight into businesses and industries in major regions, and contribute its technologies and solutions to a global ecosystem. The efforts will help more enterprises use the cloud better and go global more successfully.
Huawei Cloud going global with ‘by local, for local’ policy
Huawei Cloud adheres to its “by local, for local” policy for building a global digital ecosystem. Over the next 3 years, the cloud service will provide support for at least 10,000 promising startups around the world. The support includes cost optimization, technical support, entrepreneurship training, and other business resources. More than 120 enterprises in the Asia Pacific have already joined the Huawei Cloud Startup Program.
Huawei is also nurturing the industry-leading platform for innovations on the cloud. In her speech, Jacqueline Shi introduced 15 innovative Huawei Cloud services. This ranged from CCE Turbo, Ubiquitous Cloud Native Service (UCS), to Pangu wave model, DataArts LakeFormation, Virtual Live, CodeCheck and CloudTest, KooMessage, KooSearch, and KooGallery.
Next, Huawei Cloud will continue to enable industries through Infrastructure as a Service, Technology as a Service, and Expertise as a Service, to unleash digital with Everything as a Service and build the cloud foundation for an intelligent world.
- Redmi Note 11 Pro 4G is getting the HyperOS upgrade: Find other rollout plan
- OnePlus 12 Pre-booking starts in Nepal: Find Specs and Price
- Apple iOS 17.4 beta 4 launched with a vital battery feature
- India finally allows Nepali visitors to get Indian SIM cards
- Government to implement investigation report on Axiata deal
- Samsung Galaxy A15 5G launched in Nepal | Price and Specs
- Bhupendra Bhandari appointed new NTA chairman for 5 years