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Huawei goes for a fully-connected, intelligent world

Executive Director of the Board and President of Huawei Carrier BG, Ryan Ding delivering a keynote speech
Executive Director of the Board and President of Huawei Carrier BG, Ryan Ding delivering a keynote speech

Huawei held a Pre-MWC 2018 Media and Analyst Briefing in London, during which the company called on all industries to work together and go beyond traditional boundaries in the areas of capabilities, connections, business, experience, and partnerships for a fully-connected, intelligent world.

The fourth Industrial Revolution – where ICT networks are the foundation and AI is the enabler – is bringing us to an intelligent world where all things will sense, all things will be connected, and all things will be intelligent. This will create a digital transformation market worth US$23 trillion. Huawei’s Global Industry Vision (GIV) shows:

By 2025, the number of personal smart devices will reach 40 billion, 90% of smart device users will have an intelligent personal assistant, and many households will have a robot. As devices are able to sense and two-way human-machine communication and proactive information services are a reality, individual potential will be significantly unlocked.

At the business and societal levels, 100 billion connections that will be created around the world by 2025 will be widely used for public utilities, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, finance, and other sectors, driving them to go digital. By 2025, 85% of enterprise applications will be deployed in the cloud, and 86% of global companies will adopt AI.

By 2025, 180 ZB of data will be generated around the world every year, a 20-fold increase compared with today. Such new data will become a huge ‘data oilfield’, serving as an inexhaustible source of intelligence and value.

Moving forward, Huawei is committed to bringing digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of Huawei Carrier BG, said: “Huawei focuses on ICT infrastructure and smart devices to provide a plot of ‘rich soil’ for the development of information, automation, and intelligence technologies. In this ‘soil’, partners can grow their content, applications, and cloud.”

Ding added, “Before entering the intelligent world still, we are still faced with many challenges.

To achieve sustainable business growth, we need to keep moving beyond existing constraints and boundaries, first internally and then externally.” He called on all industries to go beyond the boundaries in the areas of capabilities, connections, business, experience, and partnerships and together shape a better future.

At the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2018, Huawei will launch over 20 new products, showcase the results of its cooperation with over 300 partners, host five forums, and engage in many other activities to share its practices and exchange views with the industry. The aim is to jointly embark on the road to a fully-connected, intelligent world.

The Mobile World Congress 2018 will be held in Barcelona from February 26 to March 1. 

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