On the 23rd of June 2021, the Future Network Development Conference was held in Nanjing, China, and released the Future Network White Paper: Deterministic Network Technology System. It’s introduced to define the coming changes in the network using a deterministic network technology approach.
The provisions of Huawei with other firms such as Zijinshan Lab, Beijing University of Posts & Telecommunications, 5G Deterministic Network Industry Alliance, Jiangsu Hengtong Optoelectronics, and Jiangsu Future Network Innovation Research Institute have participated in the event.
Certainly, the internet has covered a wide range of applications such as online shopping, live streaming, video calls, voice calls, and so on in today’s scenario. And, satisfying the high-scale user demands.
On the other hand, many other emerging systems like agriculture and service industries, like smart manufacturing, autonomous driving, remote controlling, intelligent decision-making systems, telemedicine systems, and videos, etc are still lacking in many aspects.
In order to solve this or make these above-mentioned systems more reliable and strong, the deterministic approach is the best solution.
Talking about deterministic communication, it brings communication elements such as ultra-low latency, ultra-low jitter, and ultra-high reliability for ambitious systems.
This deterministic network use real-time data transportation for managing the ultra-low upper bound delay, jitter, package loss rate, controllable bandwidth from upper and lower bounds, and ultra-high lower bound reliability.
It’s good enough to fulfill the requirement of the three major service areas- agriculture, business service, and video in China and achieve the high-quality communication obligations.
Future Network White Paper: Deterministic Network Technology System
This white paper pinpointed the basic essentials to apply the deterministic network technology targeting the three major service areas of China. It provides real-time and high-quality services with strong reliability to enhancing the consumer experience of new generation network communication systems.
It also introduced the technical characteristics and requirements of the deterministic approach in different use cases and application scenarios. It can be defined in the following terms-
- TNS- time-sensitive networks
- FlexE- flexible ethernet
- DetNet- deterministic network
- DIP- deterministic IP
- DetWiFi- deterministic WiFi
- 5GDN- 5G deterministic network
The establishment process of the deterministic network will gradually come into progress and will need support from the industry. The firms are suggested to build multi-level and multi-dimensional architecture and get familiar with deep integration of local, wide, wired, and wireless deterministic networks.
Xinri XC3 becomes the first electric scooter to install Huawei HiLink
China’s leading electric scooter manufacturer Xinri, join hands with Huawei to open the era of smart riding. The new Xinri XC3 becomes the first electric scooter to install Huawei HiLink to integrate riding into the smart ecosystem.
According to the information, the first batch of electric scooters with Huawei HiLink power by HarmonyOS includes Xinri GF6, Xinri XC3, and Xinri FN3. The two wheels are forming a one-key intelligent connection to the IoE bringing the riding intelligence one step nearer.
Huawei Smart Life APP:
Now, the models are encased with HarmonyOS Connect and Huawei Smart Life App unfolding the NFC functionality and many other amenities. In Huawei HiLink connected scooter users can easily operate the following task
- Turn on the power, lock, unlock, and even realize keyless travel
- Keep an eye on the battery and remaining mileage with the internet
- Check vehicle health diagnosis, the status of the battery, motor, handle, and controller
Asides, it’s automatically able to lock the vehicle and starts an anti-theft alarm system to guarantee extra safety. Furthermore, the HiLink connect wheel is also regularly provided with new improvements via OTA platforms to maintain its functionality.
To be mentioned, both Huawei and Xinri announce their alliance on 18th August. As the first two-wheeled electric brand to join the HarmonyOS ecology, it will directly enjoy the interconnection of everything carried by the Huawei HarmonyOS Connect system.
Globally known as SUNRA, the company’s electric vehicle provides takes us for outstanding traveling and execution combining strong power, absolute control, and intelligent technology. The company is involved with designing, research, development, manufacturing, and transportation of electric vehicles.
The company has an excellent collection of Miku series, utility, high-speed, moped, and small-size scooters. To date, it’s serving in more than 70 countries providing over 2000 after-sale service outlets.
Huawei Cloud ranks 2nd in China and 5th in global cloud market: Chairman
Huawei Cloud has become the second-ranked cloud service provider in China and enters the top 5 cloud providers in the global market announced Eric Xu, Huawei Rotating Chairman. The announcement made by Eric comes at Huawei’s annual flagship event for the global ICT industry – Huawei Connect 2021.
Eric began this event with a keynote speech titled “Innovating Nonstop for Faster Digitalization”. The event is scheduled to have four keynotes, five summits, and 66 sessions, featuring more than 200 speakers, including industry visionaries, business leaders, top tech experts, and ecosystem partners. It will be live-streamed in 11 languages on Huawei’s corporate website and by its media partners.
“Digital development relies on digital technology. For digital technology to stay relevant, we must continue to innovate and create value. Cloud, AI, and networks are three critical digital technologies.”
To show the importance of the significant progress of Huawei Cloud solutions, Xu mentioned that the Cloud has brought in over 2.3 million developers, 14000 consulting partners, and 6000 technology partners, and also made more than 4500 services available via Huawei Cloud Marketplace. The Cloud service was launched four years ago and now making its way to become the most important platform for Internet companies, enterprises, and governments.
Zhang Ping’an, CEO of Cloud BU and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service, elaborated on HUAWEI CLOUD’s strategic initiatives and launched new services and products at the event.
“The key to successful digital transformation is to think cloud-native and act cloud-native,” said Zhang.
Zhang announced two new Regions in Mexico and China’s Ulanqab, and launched 10 new CLOUD services. The announcement included MacroVerse – HUAWEI CLOUD aPaaS, OptVerse AI Solver, HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 8.1, SparkRTC – a real-time audio and video service, and Pangu, a large model for drug molecules.
New Huawei openEuler operating system launch on September 25
In September 2019, Huawei officially announces the openEuler as open-source and brings the openEuler 20.03 LTS edition in 2020. Now, the company is going to launch the new Huawei openEuler operating system on September 25 at 09:00 (GMT +8)
Before this announcement, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei also stated on this matter informing Euler is putting more effort into strengthening the digital infrastructures and providing it with a sustained and reliable foundation.
As per the information, the new openEuler operating system, the open-source and free Linux distribution platform that offers an open community for developers worldwide is now set to take the multi-core complex computing industry to the next level.
openEuler 20.03 LTS
Previously, Huawei confirmed openEuler upgrade plan, openEuler 22.03 will be released next year and it’ll be based on Linux kernel 5.10. Huawei ranks 1st in the contribution of the Linux Kernel 5.10 patches, and the total contribution of Linux Kernel 5.6-5.11 code accounts for 5.8%, ranking in the top 3.
The openEuler 22.03 LTS version will be released next year will use Linux Kernel version 5.10. You can check the complete information about this version linked below.
About openEuler Community:
openEuler is an innovative platform that operates in collaboration with other majors tech firms. It strives to create a united and open OS to support multi-processor structures. It works to advance the hardware as well as the software application ecosystem.
The openEuler community organizes various workshops, SIG discussions, offline ventures, and fellowship summits to welcome other partners and provides more insights.
(Source – Huawei)