Huawei Optimizes its Portfolio to Increase Business Resilience and Navigate a Difficult Environment

Staff ni Anjie
Today in Shenzhen, Huawei hosted its 18th Global Analyst Summit. On-site attendees included business and financial experts, key opinion leaders, and media members, as well as analysts and media representatives from around the world who watched the event live online.

Huawei Optimizes its Portfolio to Increase Business Resilience and Navigate a Difficult Environment
Huawei Optimizes its Portfolio to Increase Business Resilience and Navigate a Difficult Environment

Huawei's Rotating Chairman, Eric Xu, discussed the company's financial success in 2020, as well as five strategic plans for the future. Huawei will, according to Mr. Xu:
  1. Optimize its portfolio to improve market resilience. Huawei will bolster its software capabilities and invest more in companies that are less dependent on advanced process methods and components for intelligent vehicles as part of these efforts.
  2. To accelerate mobile communications evolution, maximize 5G value and establish 5.5G with industry peers.
  3. Across all user situations, have a smooth, user-centric, and insightful experience.
  4. Invent new ways to reduce energy consumption to achieve a low-carbon environment.
  5. Address supply-chain issues.

"It's critical to rebuild confidence and restore cooperation around the global semiconductor supply chain to get the industry back on track," Eric Xu said.
"We will continue to live in a dynamic and uncertain global climate in the future. Every organization, business, and country will face ongoing challenges as COVID-19 resurfaces and geopolitical uncertainty persists. We are firm believers in the ability of emerging technologies to offer novel solutions to challenges that we all face. So, with our customers and partners, we'll keep innovating and pushing digital transformation forward to bring digital to every individual, home, and organization for a truly connected, intelligent world."

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In his keynote, William Xu, Director of the Board and President of Huawei's Institute of Strategic Research, discussed issues that will impact social well-being in the coming decade, such as aging societies and rising energy use. He then presented Huawei's vision for the intelligent world of 2030, which included nine technical challenges and research directions. There are some of them:
  1. 5.5G must be described to accommodate hundreds of billions of different types of connections.
  2. Developing nanoscale optics to increase fiber capacity exponentially
  3. Improving network protocols to link all
  4. Providing sophisticated computing power capable of supporting a smart planet
  5. Using vast quantities of data to push breakthroughs in industrial AI
  6. Moving beyond von Neumann architecture for 100x denser storage systems
  7. Combining computing and sensing for a hyper-reality, multi-modal experience
  8. Enabling people to better control their wellbeing through continuous self-monitoring of personal vital signs
  9. Creating an intelligent Internet of Energy for greener electricity production, storage, and use

""We should expect many great changes in society in the coming decade," William Xu predicted. We aim to collaborate with a variety of industries, academia, research institutes, and application developers to solve the universal challenges that humanity faces. We all have a role to play in exploring how to make links stronger, computing faster, and energy greener with a common vision. Let's work together to make 2030 the year of the Intelligent World."

The first Huawei Global Analyst Summit was held in 2004, and it has been held every year since then. The summit's theme this year is "Building a Fully Connected, Intelligent Planet," and it will feature a range of breakout sessions where business experts from around the world will share their specific perspectives and explore future trends.

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