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Huawei plans to introduce the new open source OS in China as Hongmeng first before rolling out globally.
HarmonyOS will enable developers to win over more users with less investment, and rapidly innovate services across all scenarios.
“A CARICOM Single ICT space is an essential element of that regional marketplace,” Le Hunte said, “it allows our citizens within this space, to operate and transact business with a greater degree of ease and comfort.”
US chip and component makers who lost a significant market for their products applauded the move, which will allow the resumption of some product sales to Huawei.
It’s good to see Huawei making an effort to establish more direct communication with its users and seller ecosystem.
“Huawei’s vision is to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. 5G will be a key enabling technology for this world.” Huawei’s Ryan Ding
“There needs to be more collaboration between the private sector, the public sector and universities to offer more opportunities like this in the ICT sector.” – Valene Rampersad.
“Striking a mutually beneficial and win-win agreement serves the interests of China and the US and meets the expectations of the world.” – Song Yumin
Huawei has set sales revenue this year at $125 billion and expects some of that revenue to come from the billions that it has invested in developing 5G infrastructure.
“…services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.” – The Android Team
Huawei has placed cyber security and user privacy protection on the very top of their agenda. Huawei’s approach to cyber security is “Security or Nothing”.
Huawei began rolling out commercial 5G networks in 2018. It took the lead in the launch of a full range of commercial 5G products, 5G field testing and verification, and large-scale 5G commercial use.
The capability of leveraging AI to reshape business models, make decisions, and improve customer experiences will become a key driving force.
Above: At the very edge. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1174 for December 06 The guy had to be trolling me. Every time I stretched out to […]
Above: Huawei Rotating Chairman Eric Xu at Huawei Connect 2018. Photo courtesy Huawei. Huawei predicts that by 2025, the world will see upwards of 40 billion personal […]