Huawei’s 1st Asia Pacific Analysts Forum in Singapore: Creating a Green and Digital Asia Pacific منطقة

The Huawei Asia Pacific Innovation Summit on May 19 brought together Huawei executives, analyst firms and think tanks from across Asia Pacific for the first-ever Huawei Asia Analyst Forum – Peaceful. The forum, titled “Creating for Sharing and Building a Green Digital Asia Pacific,” brought together more than 30 CEOs and analysts from nine analyst and consulting firms, including Gartner, IDC, Roland Berger, Forrester, Omdia, Frost & Sullivan and Analysys. Mason and attend GLG and CIO Academy Asia.

Simon Lin, President of Huawei’s Asia Pacific Region, delivered a keynote speech on “Continuous Innovation, Creating New Values ​​in the Digital Economy,” explaining Huawei’s domestic strategy and development plan “in Asia Pacific and Asia Pacific.”

As the most populous and diversified region, the Asia Pacific region is known to have the fastest growing economy in the world, with huge opportunities. “Huawei is committed to becoming a major contributor to the digital economy in the Asia Pacific region, creating a better green digital life with customers and partners,” Lin said.

Simon Lin, President of Asia Pacific, Huawei

Huawei hopes to work with industry partners in three main areas. First, we will focus on digital infrastructure and continually invest in research and development innovation. Second, we will promote low-carbon development and a healthy ecosystem. Third, we will continue to strengthen the overall Asia-Pacific region.”

Tony Lee, Director of Marketing Operations and ICT Market Management for Huawei, spoke about “Explore the Smart World 2030” and shared Huawei’s progress in exploration and innovation. Li said, “No exploration, no dream, no innovation, no civilized progress. Huawei has always considered innovation to be its DNA. Exploration and hypotheses are the starting point for innovation, then vision, theory, technology and business. Through exploration and insights contained in the Smart World 2030 Report, the Smart World 2030 Report will be doubled ICT requirements in terms of bandwidth, latency, computing capacity and energy efficiency are more than 100 times. ICT is becoming a new infrastructure for the smart world.

David Lu, Head of Huawei APAC Strategy and Marketing, shared Huawei’s strategy and business plan in the Asia Pacific region. Lu called for “supporting information and communication technology as a core industry, such as water and electricity, by supporting national policies and investments, and further building digital infrastructure.”

Huawei will work with partners to invent and apply digital technologies, such as 5G, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence, to deliver scenario-based solutions to accelerate digital transformation and drive business success for its customers and partners. Additionally, building ecosystems, partnering collaboration, and talent development are key drivers of regional economic recovery and digitization. Going forward, Huawei will continue to invest in building local ecosystems and cultivating talent. Huawei will provide global R&D capabilities to local markets and innovation based on customer needs to digitally build the comprehensive Asia Pacific region.

Jun Zhang, Vice President of Huawei APAC (Public Relations), made it clear that analysts are very important partners of Huawei. Jun hopes to share knowledge, build ecosystems, and collaborate in the Asia Pacific region to create new value and share value with local partners. “We hope to continue to strengthen cooperation and research areas such as market insight, joint research, ecosystem building, and seek more cooperation opportunities.”

Hunter Shao moderated the Analyst Forum, representing Huawei APAC’s Strategy and Marketing Division. He highlighted the theme of “Creating and Sharing to Build a Green Digital Region in the Asia-Pacific Region” and value proposition for Huawei Asia-Pacific being “committed to becoming a major contributor to the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region, together for a better green digital life.”

As innovation and digital infrastructure drive the digital economy, we must prioritize building digital infrastructure. Shao added that connectivity, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and green technologies are used to boost the digital development of the industry.

Participants in this forum discussed how to advance the development of the digital economy in the Asia Pacific region and reached a consensus that creating a better digital life requires concerted efforts from all sectors. In the future, digitization and low carbon are the main development directions of human society. Huawei will continue to innovate and work with industry, customers and partners to accelerate the digitization process.

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