Huawei Value-Driven Model for Industrial Digitalization in the Post-pandemic Era

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Today, Huawei is holding an online Industrial Digital Transformation Conference with the theme "New Value Together." Nearly 50 customers and partners from more than ten countries and regions came together to share their industrial practices and discuss the new importance of digital transformation in the post-pandemic period.

Huawei Value-Driven Model for Industrial Digitalization in the Post-pandemic Era
Huawei Value-Driven Model for Industrial Digitalization in the Post-pandemic Era

Mr. Ken Hu, Huawei's Rotating Chairman, said in his speech that digital transformation is accelerating across industries and that full cloud adoption will occur one to three years sooner than predicted. Going digital isn't just for internet businesses anymore. It's moving from the workplace to the factory floor, and it's affecting conventional industries. To help all sectors take advantage of this opportunity, we'll continue to innovate in technology and scenario-based solutions.

Huawei has developed 13 Open Labs around the world to promote collaborative innovation. The company is partnering with nearly 900 ecosystem partners in Munich and Dubai to incubate various industrial scenario solutions. It has successfully verified over 60 solutions, ranging from smart retail to smart manufacturing, to date. On the technology front, Huawei is laying the groundwork for an intelligent future by developing smart campuses, deterministic networks, hyper-integrated data centers, smart clouds, and renewable energy.

Create New Value Through Continuous Improvement: A Value-Driven Model for Industrial Digitalization Based on Real-Life Business Cases and Scenarios

Ideas and models must be put to the test in real-world scenarios. Huawei has proposed a value-driven model for industrial digitalization based on years of experience. According to Huawei, digital transformation should be based on real-world business use cases and situations, which can then provide value to consumers through continuous improvement.

Mr. Peng Zhongyang, Board Member and President of Huawei's Enterprise BG emphasized three fundamental concepts to pursue during digital transformation in his keynote address. First and foremost, businesses must remain customer-centric since this is where digital transformation begins. Second, they must capitalize on two main factors: integrating technologies and scenarios is critical to digitalization, and cloud computing is critical to continuous optimization and value development in the digital age. Finally, companies should concentrate on consumer needs to create a symbiotic and collaborative digital environment focused on three dimensions: scenario discovery, capacity building, and a cooperative model for collectively generating new value for industries.

In the post-pandemic age, new threats and uncertainties will arise. Huawei will be more transparent, and we will continue to cooperate with our 30,000 global partners to complement each other's strengths and help each other address new challenges.

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Creating New Value in the Industry by Collaborating with Customers

Huawei is dedicated to collaborating with customers and partners to incorporate core market scenarios with ICT technologies and accelerate industrial digitalization and upgrade through scenario-specific, creative solutions. This is also crucial for the industry's digitalization.

In the financial sector, Huawei has provided NCBA Bank Kenya, the largest commercial bank in the East African subregion, with a new digital core framework through joint innovation with partners. More than 18 million users in Kenya and neighboring countries profit from the scheme, empowering the real economy and promoting long-term social growth. "Our partnership with Huawei aims to solve current problems as well as grasp new opportunities brought by future services," said Eric Muriuki Njagi, Director of NCBA Digital Services.

Dr. Georgia Ayfantopoulou, Research Director Intelligent Infrastructure, Networks, Mobility & Logistics; Deputy Director Hellenic Institute of Transport (HIT) of Center for Research & Technology Hellas (CERTH), shared the situation of digital transformation of port construction in Europe as an example. The European Union (EU) ports provide services to a multinational maritime fleet (Greece, for example, is ranked first with a share of 17 percent of the world fleet in 2020). Seaports and the shipping industry are vital parts of the EU economy. Still, they face systemic performance deficits, a shortage of high-quality facilities at ports, and other low-performing services. To counter this, the EU has established a strategic strategy for European ports that focuses on maritime infrastructure as part of the EU's efforts to boost its global competitiveness.

The Green Port Proposal was produced in this context in collaboration with CERTH and Huawei. According to Dr. Georgia Ayfantopoulou: "The Green Port project is profoundly involved in the transformation of port ecosystems: port users, port authorities, and cities work together to address issues of accessibility, quality, service optimization, and environmental effects. Future ports will be environmentally friendly, smart, multimodal, and interconnected. Technology solutions from partners like Huawei would help to address a variety of challenges more effectively."

Soochow University and Huawei collaborated in the education sector to create a "Cloud-based Soochow University" that is digital and intelligent. This project digitalizes and mirrors all individuals, places, artifacts, and academic and cultural events on campus, allowing for digital integrations in teaching, science study, and management.

In his keynote speech, Xiong Sidong, President of the Soochow University, said: "In the design and development of a cloud-based campus for knowledge exchange and data sharing, Soochow University and Huawei used cutting-edge technologies such as AI, big data, cloud computing, and IoT. Our goal is to create a new type of university that is based on cutting-edge technology and incorporates both real-world and virtual experiences."

Gao Kunlun, CIGRE Study Committee D2 Regular Member and Vice President of the Global Energy Interconnection Research Institute noted that AI is gradually being implemented in many fields, including equipment maintenance, power grid operation customer service, in the energy industry. While this increases the power grid's reliability and advantages, it also exposes technological shortcomings. AI-powered electric power systems are now capable of knowledge learning and independent decision-making optimization in dynamic settings, playing a critical role in key services such as autonomous power generation and power grid scheduling, thanks to the advancement of AI theories and technologies.

Huawei is hosting the Industrial Digital Transformation Conference 2021 online from March 24 to 26, which will look at the power of a resilient and creative digital environment from three angles: industry, technology, and ecosystems. Huawei will discuss digital transformation as well as market strategies, talent projects, and ecosystems that sustain it. We'll go over recent market practices in the government, education, transportation, banking, and energy sectors, among other items. We'll also show off the most recent advances in areas like connectivity, cloud, and AI. Please visit for more information.

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