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Huawei Cloud UCS launched at 2021 Huawei Connect Event



Huawei Cloud UCS

Today, the 2021 Huawei Connect event takes place in China on online platforms. Huawei’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun initiates the vent with his speech about “Accelerating Digital Development with Continuous Innovation”. At the event, Huawei officially launched the Huawei Cloud UCS (“ubiquitous cloud-native service). It’s the first cloud-native model with seamless cross-cloud and cross-region capabilities.

This cloud-native integrated Huawei product will bring a uniformly controllable system to its applications. Furthermore, it ensures a steady operation flow experience while accelerating the digital transformation in the related field.

Huawei Cloud UCS

At the moment, we don’t have more info about Huawei Cloud UCS but as the event proceeds, the company will surely reveal its specifications.

For now, the Chinese tech firm has over 2.3 million cloud developers working with its 14K consulting, and about 6K technical partners. With its 4,500 cloud market products, the company became an important platform for digitalization. Moving with the report, CEO of Huawei Cloud and President of Consumer Cloud Services Zhang Pingan believes that the company is helping users in achieving digitalization bringing all comfort on fingertips.

Coming back to the event, it’s just kicked off and will be concluding on 31st October. This conference is opening the opportunity for the audience and participants to

  1. Connect with industry visionaries and business leaders
  2. Explore business opportunities with partners
  3. Exchange ideas with top technical experts and developers
  4. Explore new ICT innovations for industry applications
  5. Dive deep into leading ICT technologies like cloud, AI, and 5G

Huawei’s full-stack, all-scenario AI portfolio released back in 2018 is also progressing as expected. Its MindSpore framework has become the mainstream AI computing framework in China.

Meanwhile, the Atlas 900 cluster, as well as the cloud services based on it, currently serve more than 300 enterprises, supporting the training of many models which include the Huawei Cloud Pangu large models. Huawei Cloud ModelArts has made AI application development incredibly simple with its full-pipeline, scenario-based services.

Xu also explains how Huawei is using digital technology to support low-carbon development, as part of global efforts to achieve peak CO2 emissions and carbon neutrality. Specifically, Huawei focuses on three key initiatives:

  1. Investing and innovating in energy-saving technologies to deliver more energy-efficient ICT products for a low-carbon ICT industry.
  2. Investing in innovations where power electronics and digital technologies converge to promote clean energy and the digitalization of traditional energy.
  3. Providing digital technology to help all sectors go digital and low-carbon.

(Source – Huawei)

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