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Huawei reveal the Edge Native Technical Architecture White Paper 1.0




During MWC Shanghai 2021, Multi-access Edge Computing Summit took place in which Huawei and industry partners has released the Edge Native Technical Architecture White Paper 1.0.

This white paper introduces the concept, technical architecture, and industry practices of Edge Native. It aims to promote the development of Edge Native technologies and help industries unlock the disruptive potential of edge computing.

These are the representatives who attended the ceremony include Jason Dai (President of Strategy & Business Development Dept of Huawei Cloud Core Network Product Line and 5GDNA Chairman), Bill Ren (EdgeGallery Board Chairman), and Yu Xiaohui (AII Director-General and ECC Deputy Director-General).

Edge computing was highlighted as one of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2020 by Gartner and IEEE and was recognized as one of the top 10 cutting-edge information technologies by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering.


In addition, CB Insights estimates that the total value of the global edge computing market will reach US$34 billion by 2023. Despite this, numerous challenges lie ahead on the road to effectively pairing edge computing with cloud-based technologies.

The white paper explains ten Edge Native technologies are listed below:

  1. EdgeInfra
  2. EdgeNetwork
  3. EdgeOrchestrator
  4. EdgeCollaboration
  5. EdgeAI
  6. EdgeSecurity
  7. EdgeMesh
  8. EdgeData
  9. EdgeFramework
  10. EdgeDevSecOps

Together, these technologies will create the momentum required to strengthen the 5G infrastructure and fast-track industry digitalization. The informative paper provides valuable technical references for industries seeking to promote Edge Native and offers inspiration for edge computing applications.

For example, an edge-cloud collaborative architecture must be defined to facilitate network deployment, device enhancement, and software engineering. Edge Native offers the necessary capabilities to address such challenges. Since it was first revealed, Edge Native has garnered significant attention from a diverse range of industries and has been recognized as a key driving force for service innovation and market growth.

As mentioned in the white paper, Edge Native serves as a complement to Cloud Native. As the ICT industry moves ever more services towards the network edge, Cloud Native, which is only ideal for centralized, large-scale data center deployment, encounters problems relating to resource allocation, network security, as well as the customization, and O&M of edge nodes. However, all of these problems can be efficiently tackled by Edge Native which combines connectivity and enhanced computing power for lightweight edge networks.


The white paper is based on both theoretical and practical research, drawing on the best practices of Edge Native in different industries. With its strong connectivity and computing capabilities, Edge Native perfectly meets the industry requirements for large-bandwidth pipelines, low-latency data transmission, real-time man-machine interactions, and rock-solid data security.

For example, Huawei helped Haier integrate Edge Native with its edge computing service platform, enabling the construction of a Haier smart factory where industrial cameras, GPUs, PLCs, and robotic arms operate over wireless connections and collaborate in a concerted manner, significantly reducing costs and effectively improving product quality.

Additionally, DALU Robotech cooperated with EdgeGallery, a MEC open source community founded by Huawei and industry partners with Edge Native promotion as a key initiative, and together the two parties have made a series of advanced functions possible, including real-time human-robot interactions based on big data analytics, intelligent video data analysis, and behavior identification.

However, Edge Native has yet to achieve maturity, and its potential remains largely untapped. Huawei will work with all other industry chain participants, including operators, industry customers, communications equipment vendors, and developers, to continue to promote the research and practice of Edge Native in different industries, extract greater business value from it, and elevate industry digitalization to new heights.


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.


Huawei is focusing on survival and development: Founder




Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei has been discussing his company’s current difficulties on a lot of forums and interviews since 2019. The 76 years old Huawei leader has spotlight his company’s capability and the challenges posed by the U.S. sanctions.

Recently, the Huawei community China has published one of Ren’s recent speeches for the company’s employees. He said Huawei is in a time of strategic survival and development. The Chinese tech maker must further strengthen its mind and dare to attract the best talents around the globe.

Moreover, the founder reveals that Huawei wants to inspire for good and achieve good results. Therefore, it must have to actively embrace outstanding talents from different countries and races strengthen the acquisition and use the interdisciplinary talents to continue to innovate new technologies.

Huawei Founder

“In the past two years, we have increased the recruitment of overseas students. Now we must pay attention to the acquisition of high nose’ talents and give more budgets to overseas research institutes.” said Ren.


He also added that the company must have to find a way to get outstanding talents. He also gave an example of how people from other countries and working in the United States and Europe. Therefore, Huawei can also attract those talents and attract them to work in China at Huawei.

Huawei Founder Survive Speech

(Via – Ithome)

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Huawei released ‘MeeTime Space’ feature



Huawei MeeTime Space

The smartphone-maker Huawei offers a bunch of system apps for its devices including MeeTime. This is one of the most popular applications among them. It has a bunch of exciting features with HarmonyOS capabilities that made the video calling more fun.

Meanwhile, the Chinese phone maker continuously improving this app and provide more features. In the latest edition, it has released the latest version update for Huawei MeeTime users that has brought a new feature called “MeeTime Space”.

Now, it’s time to explore this new feature-

New Huawei MeeTime Space Feature:

After installing the update users can spot this new feature on their respective devices. It will allow them to share mood dynamics with their associates. It’s a similar feature the can be found on WeChat Moments.


At the same time, users can also build exclusive group spaces gathering at one place with the allies who have the same kinds of things to share with you.

Huawei MeeTime Update

About Huawei MeeTime:

Huawei’s MeeTime is a video calling application that comes pre-installed on Huawei devices in the supported regions. It supports HD voice and video calls on various screen sizes that include smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and smart screens.

In addition, it offers a bunch of handy features such as call diversion, lo-light enhancement, beauty mode, screen sharing, and 360-degree background switching, and more. However, it’s only active in few counties at present, but the company will add support for the remaining regions soon.

(Source- Ithome)

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Huawei strengthens cooperation with Indonesia cyber security



Huawei Indonesia cyber security

Huawei is deepening its collaboration with Indonesia cyber security and provide its knowledge and resources to empower local security arrangements. On 28th September, Huawei Indonesia, BSSN (National Cyber ​​Security Agency), and IT Del Information Technology Institute carried out the signing ceremony in Jakarta.

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei, CEO of Huawei Indonesia Mr. Chen Min, President of Huawei Asia Pacific Liu Hongyun, and Minister of Indonesian Maritime Affairs and Investment Coordination Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan marked the collaboration agreement.

Since 2019, the Chinese giant and Indonesian cyber ​​security have jointly conducted a number of activities including training, web seminars, and some collective project. To date, more than 7,000 employees of government and civil sectors have attended and receive benefits from it.

During the signing ceremony, Indonesian Minister emphasizes that Huawei’s powerful and advanced technologies are quite popular in the country. Simultaneously, it’s working to contribute to the country’s digital infrastructure, and talents to welcome the green and smart future.


On the other hand, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei deems that Indonesia has a great potential for promoting “intelligentization” in everyday operations. Furthermore, the 5G, AI, wireless, and radar technologies are applicable in filed such as coal mines to higher safety standards. Moreover, the Chinese tech firm acknowledges the country’s long-term support for the team.

About Huawei Indonesia Branch:

Huawei took 21 years in reaching from five employees to 2000 plus in Indonesia. At present, 90% of its employees are Indonesian which is the main reason behind its popularity in the country. The company has opened an “I Do” project series focused on different aspects. It mainly includes,

  • Society Welfare Project- I Do Care
  • Public-Private Project- I Do Collaborate
  • Digital Talent Project- I Do Contribute
  • AI Technology Project– I Do Create

In particular, the I Do Contribute project aims to refine about 100,000 local digital talents by 2025. It’ll empower and made a solid framework for Indonesia in terms of skills, talents, and resources in advanced ICT technologies.

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