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Huawei Hunan branch officially settled in Malanshan, Changsha



Huawei Hunan Malanshan Changsha

Huawei Hunan branch has officially transferred to Malanshan, Changsha. According to the latest report, now the cooperation will carry out all its deeds on the new platform. For instance, product research and development, business innovation, sales, technologies, services, and more.

Hunan Jingcheng is an R&D-based firm, that manufactures applications of various rare materials, and their binary compounds. It also has several bonds with tech-related cooperations, research institutes, and more.

The reason for this shift lies in the fact that Huawei wants to spread its business around every corner of the world. Consequently, in the first half of this year, the Chinese manufacturer gained a sales revenue of 301.6 billion yuan [43.5 billion USD].

In this revenue share, the operator’s business income was 142.7 billion yuan [20.6 billion USD], the enterprise business income was 54.7 [7.89 billion USD] billion yuan, and the terminal business income was 101.3 billion yuan [14.6 billion USD].

Thus, to actively seize the development trend of digitalization, the company has tried of changing things to some extent. Let’s see how the Huawei Hunan branch will continue its growth in Malanshan, Changsha.

Huawei Hunan Malanshan Changsha

Product Research, Business Innovation, Sales and Services – Three Major Areas!

Starting from the base, the Changsha Research Institute will associate with Huawei headquarters to focus on the research and development concept. It will work on cloud computing, innovation, artificial intelligence, business software, and the HarmonyOS system to develop new products and solutions.

Further, Huawei will keep its steps toward visual works. For instance, the audio and video industry, intelligent industry, smart city, government cloud, software development, and digital energy. Ultimately, these initiations will help in the market promotion.

At last, Huawei will offer sales and services to major consumers of Hunan. Such as government enterprises, operators, and consumers. Eventually, this step will help Hunan customers to obtain more knowledge about digital transformation.

Huawei believes that these small actions will help Hunan to set up the field of digitalization. Besides, it will be able to approach more users with these capabilities and efforts in Changsha.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.