On December 21, Huawei launched a new smart home solution, All In One, which adds a new lineup of products for the Huawei smart ecosystem. According to the information, Huawei’s All IN ONE solution covers equipment including light systems, security systems, air systems, water systems, music systems, and perception systems.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) said that most of the existing smart home products are pseudo-intelligent. While solutions made by Huawei will reconstruct the traditional network, experience ecosystem, and channels of the smart home category.
The traditional smart home networks face four major challenges including:
- Complex networking
- High installation and Commissioning costs
- Difficult maintenance
- High-quality personal requirements
Huawei says, its entire smart home hosts are highly integrated, modular, intelligent, and scalable. Features, medium band power line carrier communication technology PLC-IoT enhanced by Huawei for highest transmission speed, distance, and reliability.
In addition, Huawei’s smartphone home host opened over 10,000 HarmonyOS APIs to build a total of 100,000+ home scenarios. Richard also revealed that Huawei’s HiLink ecosystem currently covers over 150 categories, 4000+ SKUs, 800+ partners, and 220 million+ IoT devices.
In terms of channels, Huawei will build diversified channels for the consumer experience. Covering real estate companies and home improvement channels. Huawei is planning big with its smart home solutions and it’ll be officially commercialized by March 2021.
Huawei and Oppo enters a major agreement for technology sharing
A cross-licensing agreement is a contract between two or more parties where each party grants rights to their intellectual property to the other parties.
This could be a major move for Huawei and Oppo, as they enrich the cooperation by supporting the innovation of technology using patents and investing more to improve them. Currently, there’s not much information revealed about the agreement.
However, we remain optimistic about the changes it could bring to the smartphone and tech industry.
“After more than 20 years of continuous innovation, Huawei has developed multiple high-value patent portfolios in the global marketplace in domains like 5G, Wi-Fi, and audio/video codecs,” said Alan Fan, Head of Huawei’s Intellectual Property Department. “We are delighted to have reached a cross-licensing agreement with OPPO. The mutual recognition of intellectual property value between companies is a major step towards fostering a positive cycle of innovation and research in high-value standards: investing, receiving returns from investment, and then reinvesting. This will enable our industry to keep innovating and provide consumers with more competitive products and services.”
“We are very pleased to enter into a patent cross-licensing agreement with Huawei. It clearly demonstrates that the two companies recognize and greatly respect the value of each other’s intellectual property. It is a win-win deal for both sides,” stated Adler Feng, OPPO’s Chief Intellectual Property Officer. “We will, as always, advocate for the establishment of a sustainable, healthy intellectual property ecosystem, where intellectual property licenses can be resolved through amicable negotiations and every company’s patent value are highly respected.”
(source – Huawei)
Huawei won global Corporate Startup Star Award at CSS 2022
Huawei won the “Corporate Startup Star Award” and “China Corporate Startup Star Award” for the second year, at the Corporate Startup Stars Award Ceremony 2022 (CSS) in London, UK.
The CSS Award was launched in 2016 under the European Commission’s Startup Europe Partnership initiative, by Mind the Bridge in partnership with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). CSS award aims at recognizing the best companies worldwide in terms of open innovation and corporate-startup collaboration.
In total, 100 companies, located in every region of the world, have been recognized for their work: 50 as Global Corporate Startup Stars and 50 as Global Open Innovation Challengers.
“At Huawei, we are fully committed to open innovation. We’ve spent many efforts on different areas to support a collaborative and open environment by working with various partners: from incubating startups and SMEs to fostering joint industry solutions through our global OpenLabs, to encouraging the exchange of ideas on science and technology.” expressed Jeff Wang, President of the Public Affairs and Communications Dept at Huawei.
Alongside Huawei, there are other companies named in the CSS 2022 Top 50 Corporate Startup Stars.
These are AB InBev, Airbus, Allianz, AXA, Bayer, BNP Paribas, BMW Group, Bosch Group, BP, Cisco Systems, Citigroup, Coca Cola, Daimler (Mercedes-Benz), Deutsche Telekom, Enel, Engie, EQT Partners, Philip Morris, Visa, Hyundai Motor, Iberdrola, IBM, Intel, Johnson & Johnson, LG Electronics, Merck KGaA, Mitsubishi, Munich Re, National Grid, Nestlé, Novartis, Orange, Ping An Insurance, GSK, Samsung, SAP, Saudi Aramco, Schneider Electric, Shell, Siemens, Société Générale, Sumitomo, Telefónica, Toyota Motor, Unilever, Volkswagen, Walmart, Xiaomi, and SoftBank Group.
Other than CSS, Huawei also won the “China Corporate Startup Star Award” as the top performer in the China region.
“Huawei has proven through different startup initiatives to stay resilient to industry changes and its willingness to explore new technologies. Spark Accelerator is helping early-stage companies in different innovation ecosystems with the technical and financial support they need to scale globally and connects them with promising partnership opportunities,” said Alberto Onetti, Chairman of Mind the Bridge.
Huawei Winter 2022 Launch event set on December 9 [Official]
December 7, 2022: Huawei has officially confirmed that the Winter 2022 product launch conference will happen on December 9 at 14:00 Beijing Time. Check the products and information mentioned below.
December 5, 2022:
Huawei could reschedule Winter 2022 Launch Event on December 9. It was postponed due to the passing away of a former Chinese leader. Initially, Huawei planned to hold this event on December 2. Yet, Huawei along with other Chinese firms chose to delay their programs.
The latest input comes from a well-known Weibo tipster, saying that Huawei has rescheduled the Winter 2022 launch event to December 9. At the event, Huawei will unveil a bunch of products including the Huawei Watch Buds, Nova 10 SE, Enjoy 50z, and Children’s Watch 5X.
Huawei Watch Buds:
It’s one of the most anticipated smartwatches on the planet as it continues to rumble on the internet as a viral gadget over the past week. Why? Because of the 2-in-1 mechanism of Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch.
The smartwatch has a regular smartwatch design but it also brings you a pair of wireless earphones inside. To unveil the earbuds, you need to open the display from the bottom side. This is quite an interesting design and we’re excited to see that on the launch stage.
Huawei Nova 10 SE:
This phone is already out in the global market but it is now ready to make an appearance among Chinese consumers. What’s interesting about this phone? Well, it offers a Nova 10 like design and a 108-megapixel main camera that could take powerful pictures in all types of environments.
The design of this phone is also polished and gives a new look entirely based on its premium aesthetics.
Huawei Enjoy 50Z:
The Enjoy 50Z is also a device that you may not want to miss. The phone brings a 50MP triple camera system including a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth of field sensor. Aside from the camera section, the 5000mAh battery of this phone is ready to bring a powerful backup.
Huawei Children Watch 5X:
Here’s another anticipated product that will excite young Huawei consumers because Huawei Children’s Watch 5X is about children. However, this time, Huawei is ready to launch the Children’s Watch with a double experience.