VISI.NEWS | BANGKOK – Huawei Connect 2022, Huawei’s flagship annual event in the global ICT industry, opens today in Bangkok. This year’s theme is “Unleash Digital”.
The event brings together more than 10,000 industry leaders, experts and partners worldwide to explore ways to more effectively achieve digital productivity, promote the digital economy, and build a stronger digital ecosystem.
In this event, Huawei shared the steps taken to encourage the development of digital technology in various types of industries. Huawei also released 15+ innovative cloud computing services for the global market.
Three initiatives that are helping entire industries move to digital technology
Appearing in the session that opened the series of events, Ken Hu, Rotating Chairman, Huawei, delivered a presentation on three ways that the ICT ecosystem can take to overcome obstacles in digital transformation:
Improve digital infrastructure, including more sophisticated and robust connectivity, and more diverse computing tools.
Helping organizations take steps beyond simple cloud computing and truly take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing, focusing on advanced technology services that are driving big leaps.
Building a digital ecosystem in the local market, including partner development, efforts to strengthen digital human resources, and increasing support for SMEs.
GDP growth has been unstable in the last two years. However, the digital economy is experiencing consistent growth at a global level—more than 15% by 2021. This trend has driven many companies to transform their operations and services with new generation digital technologies.
“Switching to digital technology is the right choice,” said Hu. “Demand is available in the market, so is technology. The world is realizing digital productivity, and it’s happening right now.”
At the event, Huawei was increasingly committed to open collaboration and mutual success. Huawei also encourages governments and companies to work more closely together to build a digital ecosystem in the local market so that innovation partners can thrive, develop human resources better, and start-ups are supported.
In his presentation, Simon Lin, President, Huawei Asia-Pacific Region, released an official report (whitepaper) entitled Digital First Economy. This report provides recommendations on targeted policies in the development of digital infrastructure and the development of the digital economy in Asia Pacific.
“The Asia Pacific region is at the forefront of the world’s digital technology landscape,” said Lin. “Huawei is committed to being a major contributor to the digital economy in the region. We will continue to support digitalization and sustainable development, and develop the industrial ecosystem.”
The three-day conference in Bangkok will be the first stop on Huawei Connect’s global tour of 2022. With two exposure sessions, six summits, as well as individual sessions and product demonstrations, this year’s event examines the challenges facing governments and companies at all phases of the industry. digital transformation. On the other hand, this event also discussed Huawei’s achievements in digital infrastructure, as well as cloud computing services and the latest ecosystem partner solutions from Huawei[email protected]