July 28, 2021

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In 2020, one of the largest pandemics in history to hit the entire world, COVID-19 has dramatically changed the way people live, work, and create value. As such, driven by the growing convergence between the digital and physical worlds. It is also overwhelmed by the digital transformation of the industry, as well as thousands of industries and can be reformed in a way that celebrates a significant change.

Digital transformation has entered a new phase of development, and this should provide much-needed security in the face of extreme uncertainty caused by the rise of COVID-19 and slow the recovery. This new phase will be defined in four directions.

First, digitalization is gaining momentum and spreading to an increasing number of industries. At the first stage of digitization, Internet companies also dominated. Today, traditional industries such as manufacturing, public administration, education, healthcare, finance, transportation and energy are actively implementing 5G, artificial intelligence( AI), cloud technologies, the Internet of Things (IoT) and other digital technologies, as well as developing new business models. According to IDC, by 2022, 70% of organizations will use digital technologies to transform business processes and improve customer service, efficiency and stability in order to promote sustainable development.

Second, as new technologies such as artificial intelligence continue to evolve, the use of digital technologies in enterprises outside the office, as well as in production systems, takes industries to a new level of intelligent renewal. Huawei Global Industry Vision (GIV) 2025 predicts that by 2025, more than 97% of large companies using artificial intelligence and 77% of all cloud applications will be powered by artificial intelligence.

Third, in the cloud,this is also an inevitable trend. As a result of the pandemic, businesses are moving to the cloud, one to three years earlier than previously expected. It is assumed that until 2025, all companies in the world will use cloud technologies. The cloud can significantly reduce barriers to all types of activities in the adoption of digital technologies, creating a solid foundation for the transition of businesses to digital technologies.

Finally, digitization is a large-scale transformation of different areas and levels of experience. This is no less difficult than starting a new activity. When a company makes the transition to digitalization, it is associated with fundamental changes in the development of the model, and the core of digitalization is business transformation.

In this process, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can serve as the basis and one of the main driving forces and consequences.There are more and more business leaders looking to use new digital technologies to transform their production and decision-making processes. We believe that technological innovation is the main driving force behind the development of the industry in the next 10 years.

 

Develop Innovative Business Solutions that are specific to helping Customers Achieve Success
Huawei’s employees and team represent customers ‘ interests at the heart of everything they do. In cooperation with our industry partners, we use innovative information technologies to meet the needs of our clients in the business scenario. We will continue to develop scenario-specific solutions that will help you reach the many industrial clients in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region to accelerate digital transformation and how to deal with the challenges that have been identified by the new environment.

For clients in government, we collaborate with partners to provide e-government, cloud services, smart government, and other solutions and services based on 5G and cloud computing. We help our clients build digital-centric systems and enhance the digital ecosystem for the innovative services we offer. This will provide an impetus for the development of smart cities and the driving force of the digital economy.

In the financial services industry, we have several smartphone and cloud-based ICT products and work with national and international partners to accelerate the smart renewal of financial institutions. Specifically in the Asia-Pacific region, we focus on six different solutions, as well as financial services in the cloud, digital banking, center integration center construction, financial services, and smart banking. In 2020, the smartphone was made available to 64 technology companies to receive the Most valuable technology Partner of the 2020 winners-the Development Bank of Singapore (DBS).

In the energy industry, Huawei has worked with its partners to develop smart grids, smart grids, smart oil and gas fields, and other innovative solutions. These efforts will help transform the energy sector towards green, low-carbon, safe and efficient development. We have also worked with a number of energy companies in Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia to build next-generation energy networks, providing customers with safe, secure, reliable, interoperable, cost-effective and efficient, modern and intelligent grid systems, and simplified operations and maintenance (O&M).

In the field of transport, we have a smart design, website and “smart” O&M solutions for the International Land Transport Authority (LTA). They are effective in serving customers with ongoing construction work, as well as improving security and control, as well as improving the efficiency of communication lines. Our solutions are supported, too POORLY, this is purely for business development, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the field of education, we have developed a number of standard solutions, such as smart campus and smart in class, as well as online solutions for education and educational institutions and universities in the Asia-Pacific region, including Singapore, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, Malaysia and China. These solutions ensure that training never ends, even during a global pandemic. Huawei’s solutions for the education sector also helped pass Thailand’s King Mongkut University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT) on digital technologies and creating a “Connected KMUTT” – a reality.

In this industry, Huawei has its customers, with high-speed Internet access, data center, infrastructure and services solutions from Huawei, to help them cope with the challenges caused by the growing traffic and increased demand for computing power during the COVID-19 pandemic. Huawei’s efforts have contributed to the industry by reducing cost and intelligence.

With the rapid development of cloud computing, AI, AN, Internet, infrastructure, data centers, it is facing unprecedented challenges, with new needs for ultra-large scale, fast implementation, high density and ultra-low energy consumption managed solutions. Huawei FusionDC 2.0, a new modular data center infrastructure solution that integrates with off-the-shelf, modular technologies to support modular design. Each module will be pre-delivered according to the delivery request, which is abbreviated as ” Go-To-Market (GTM)”, time-50%. The solution is to increase energy efficiency (EMP) from 8% to 15% and maximize the total cost of ownership of a data center (TOC) by integrating advanced electronics and temperature control and thermal technology.

Huawei has secured the lion’s share of the off-the-shelf modular data center market for five consecutive years. Ready-made modular solutions for Huawei’s data centers are already in place, including Dubai International Airport, you’re a carrier Ncell, Huawei’s Dongguan and Ulaanbaatar base clouds. Elsewhere, our intelligent data center solutions helped it 1-Net Singapore build smart, green and video. This solution reduces energy consumption by more than 10% compared to previous solutions, which will contribute to a digital and low-carbon economy.

In terms of services, and as more and more advanced technologies are used on a large scale, businesses are production systems, and these systems are becoming more and more complex. As a result, operation and maintenance processes are now highly automated to facilitate error prediction and proactive prevention. Huawei works with its partners and closely connects service options and solutions to the requirements of the industrial scenario through five skills: consulting and planning, planning, industry, solutions, services, action, maintenance and talent development. Through these efforts, we strive to provide our customers with a unified and high-quality service.

 

In December 2020, 253 Fortune 500 companies selected Huawei as a digital transformation partner. Huawei’s products and solutions are implemented in more than 700 cities and towns and are used by more than 2,000 financial institutions and manufacturing companies, as well as more than 190 electricity companies worldwide.

Our products and solutions – such as Huawei mobile cloud services, Smart networks and Internet Protocols (IP), OptiX smart networks, computer systems, data centers, data warehouses and 5GtoB-are becoming increasingly competitive in the market. Through the combination of several of our leading products, we must work to meet different customer needs, as well as encourage enterprise sharing and create new value for the industry.

How to Build a Thriving Ecosystem Partners for Shared Success in the Digital Age
In 2020, our company’s turnover is 100.3 billion yuan, which is 23.0% more than last year. This would not have been possible without the help and support of our partners.

Until the end of 2020, more than 30,000 partners are working with us worldwide to serve the business to business market. In the Asia-Pacific region, we have had business relationships with more than 7,900 partners in the commercial market.

In addition, by the end of 2020, more than 19,000 of the company’s partners have become members of the Huawei Cloud Partner Network (HCPN), and more than 4,000 applications have been submitted to the Huawei Cloud Marketplace. In total, we have brought together 1.6 million other companies, creating a thriving partner ecosystem.

Huawei continues to strengthen the activation and support of its partners in the Asia-Pacific region. In 2020, the smartphone has more than 200 teams, partners, and the amount is more than 3 million US dollars in the market, the fund and its partners, which are mainly used to support the overall development of strategic and key partners. Thanks to these measures, the main partners received 30% more revenue from their cooperation with Huawei, compared to the previous year.

In addition, Huawei is trying to create an ecosystem of talent in the ICT industry. In 2020, Huawei collaborated with more than 180 universities and higher education institutions in the Asia-Pacific region and offered various training courses. In total, we have trained more than 2,000 students in the field of ICT.

In the future, Huawei will cooperate with the Incentives investment fund and will strive to create a diverse ecosystem that is open, cooperative and prosperous in the face of shared success.

The Asia-Pacific region has an extremely robust and dynamic economy. The speed of development of the digital economy as a whole is a common understanding among all countries in the region. Huawei will work with partners to better understand the needs of businesses, industry in the region, and customers, and integrate innovative information technologies into their business strategies and support teams to address digital transformation issues. Together, we will have new meaning for a wide range of industries, and in light of the future with digitalization.

 

Take a close look at the research results:

Military unmanned aerial vehicle market size, part and analysis of the impact of COVID-19 By Product Type (Fixed Wing, Hybrid and Rotorcraft), Range (“Visual Line of Sight” (VLOS), Advanced Optical Line of Sight (EVLOS) and “Out of Line of Sight” (RED)), Technology (Remote-controlled drones are semi-autonomous drones), Usage (Interview, Surveillance, Reconnaissance and Targeting(ISRT), Combat Operations, Loss Management, etc. regional forecast for 2020-2027

Market size of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), Participation and analysis of the impact of COVID-19 On Classes (Small UAVs, Tactical UAVs and Strategic UAVs), Technologies (Remote-controlled, Semi-Autonomous and Fully autonomous), After installation of the System on accompanying drawings, in particular In cargo UAVs, avionics UAVs, UAV Propulsion System and accompanying drawings, Software), applications (Military, Commercial and Entertainment) and Regional forecasts for 2020-2027.

Market size of unmanned services, percentages and industry analysis, By Type (Fixed and Rotorcraft), Applications (Bird’s eye view, Sending, Receiving, inspection, Testing and control, Remote sensing and environmental monitoring data collection and analysis), which is at the end of Industry, Agriculture and Homeland Security, as well as Oil and Gas, Logistics, Infrastructure, Media and Entertainment, etc.) and Regional forecasts for 2019-2026.

 

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