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:
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.
Huawei Celia Keyboard 18.104.22.1685 version has new emojis and features
Huawei has released a 22.214.171.1245 beta version of the Celia Keyboard mobile application. this version has a number of new features that will increase your user experience and will bring simplicity to your typing activity.
According to the information, Huawei Celia Keyboard 126.96.36.1995 has a size of 45 megabytes and brings New Quotes and Emojis, the new version adds brand new features to the system such as input ban mode, a key to switch input language mode, optimizes the new user experience for foldable phone and tablets.
Furthermore, this update improves the use case of special characters and emojis. Lastly, it adds new bug fixes that may comprise your user experience in various terms.
Huawei Celia Keyboard:
Huawei Celia Keyboard comes with various new features and a number of different themes that could lead you toward an enhanced typing user experience.
The keyboard supports different keyboard layouts including Qwerty, Qwertz, Azerty, Colemak, and Dvorak. You can use different types of inputs such as gliding to ease your navigation through the keyboard layout.
Additionally, you have the option to use predictions and auto-correction, next word suggestion, and cursor operation. The app also makes an effort to bring better personalization.
Furthermore, Celia Keyboard supports over 170 languages, so you won’t have to face any issues while operating this software in different countries.
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Huawei 100W super fast charger launched, supports 66W, 55W, 44W, 22.5W output
Last year, Huawei launched a new Nova 9 Pro smartphone that comes with a whopping 100W superfast charger. Now, the Chinese tech maker has launched the Huawei 100W charger for smartphones including the flagship, as it’s now listed separately.
According to the information, the Huawei 100W charger is launched with the capability to fill up a 4000 mAh battery in under 20 mins. It’s revealed that the Charger has a size of 55.0mm x 55.0 mm x 28.3 mm in dimension and weighs around 135 grams.
The charge has a smart chip that could automatically identify the supply according to the different devices and adjust the power level as well to output the exact amount of power and to prevent excessive heat-ups.
The Charger comes in a white color option with a 6A USB Type-A to USB Type C 1.0-meter data cable.
Huawei 100W can be equipped with 6A cable chargers, which is the input capacity of Huawei P50, P50 Pro, Mate 40 Pro, Mate 40 Pro Plus and Mate 40 RS Porche Design, Nova 9, Nova 9 SE, Nova 8, Nova 8 Pro and Nova 8 SE as well other 66W charger phones.
Additionally, the charger is compatible with SCP, FCP, and QC2.0 protocols excluding non-standard QC 2.0. The first generation Huawei 100W charger supports 5V2A (10W), 9V2A (18W), 10V2.25A (22.5W), 10V4A (40W), 11V5A (55W) and 11V6A, (66W).
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Huawei P50 launch was difficult and required major changes: Report
In July 2021, Huawei launched its new flagship smartphone – P50 and P50 Pro among consumers but a report reveals that it was difficult to launch these phones. It’s suggested that the Huawei P50 series has to go through a number of major changes to bring themselves to the launch stage.
According to the report, the Huawei P50 series has gone through three major changes and several waves of adjustment to bring the best out for the consumers. Therefore, the birth of the Huawei P50 was very difficult.
In 2019, Huawei has been placed under U.S. sanctions, which prohibits the company from purchasing any required U.S.-made components for new products. This move has affected the tech maker in big terms and its smartphone business has been suffered due to the loss of required manufacturing yields.
Huawei P50 has also suffered the same blow because the company has to collect new supply sources to assemble this new flagship.
On the other hand, the Huawei team held a series of discussions regarding how to improve the P50 and the new improvements that must have to be better than the Huawei P40. Following the events of 2019 and two rounds of review, the Huawei P50 design has been decided and put on the board.
The team has been confident that the device will surely allure consumers for the Huawei P50.
The production further took leave in May 2020, reports broke out that the Huawei P50 has become uncertain to launch, as it has already missed the scheduled launch date. In the background, Huawei has started to revise some more plans for this new flagship which took around 2-3 months.
According to the corresponding person, Huawei wanted to increase the competitiveness of the product and took it to new heights. Lastly, after facing various challenges and difficulties, in July 2021, Huawei finally brought in the P50 lineup.
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