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Huawei will make three sub brands with car manufacturers BAIC, GAC, and Changan Automobile

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Huawei has many patent for smart car technologies. Recently, the company applied for a new patent for intelligent robot interaction while driving. The company still focused on ICT technology to help automakers build automobiles.

In the Past, Huawei’s spokesman also denied the company plans to design saying that “Huawei is not a car manufacturer but we focuses to develop smart-car components through ICT”. The company still standing on this statement.

However, At the 18th Huawei HAS, Huawei’s rotating chairman Xu Zhijun revealed that since 2010 the company is making smart vehicle components. There is no plan to establish any brand. However, the company is willing to join hands with automobile companies to create some new business.

The rotating chairman accepts that the company had joined hands with three car manufacturers to cooperatively made the dream of high-end smart cars come true. The company is planning to established sub-brands and had already collaborated with:

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  1. BAIC BluePark
  2. Changan Automobile
  3. Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC)

Furthermore, he added that the company will also design the “Huawei inside” brand that will illuminate Huawei’s involvement with the vehicle. He also makes clear that every partner car will not have this logo, only Huawei’s autonomous driving technology embedded car will have it.

Huawei and BAIC BluePark:

Huawei is jointly working with BAIC to launch the ARCFOX HBT model. Both the company informed that HBT will be revealed at the Shanghai Auto Show on 17th April 2021.

The  BAIC BluePark ARCFOX Polar Fox αS HBT model will equip the most advanced 8 lidar technology of Huawei.

Huawei and GAC Asian:

Huawei had been already signed a strategic agreement with the GAC Group. The companies planned the research and development team of hundreds of people for this project.

GAC Aian and Huawei will jointly create a new electric vehicle development team. The forthcoming vehicle will come with Huawei’s L4 self-driving technology. (Read More)

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Huawei and Changan Automobile:

According to a previous report, Changan Automobile will work with Huawei and CATL to jointly create a new high-end smart car brand, and its high-tech high-end smart products will also be launched in the coming days.

Besides, the company is already working on the HiCar, a car supportive app that provides interaction between the car’s system and its main interface of HiCar via Huawei phone. (Read More)

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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.

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Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop producing new ones: Chairman

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During the Huawei Connect Event 2021, the Rotating Chairman Xu Zhijun and Huawei China Region President Lu Yon confront media on a specific question “about the sell of smartphone business due to certain issues”

Xu said that Huawei will not sell its smartphone business nor it’ll stop making new smartphones. He further mentioned that Huawei’s phone market and phones are indeed facing deep challenges and 5G Huawei phones are difficult to purchase at the moment.

Even after these difficulties, Huawei will not give up or sell on its phone business and will work hard to bring back the prowess of consumer business on track in due course.

“Wait for a few years because at least you have to have a dream and an aim that will keep you motivated” expressed Xu.

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Background Story:

In May 2019, Huawei was added to the U.S. Entity List, the list is officially designed to counter Huawei’s surge in both network and smartphone business. Thereafter, Huawei was unable to purchase the required components and software services to build new devices in both the ICT and consumer sectors.

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Aside from other crucial components, Huawei felt an immense shortage of chipset and Google proprietary software services. Even after these challenges, Huawei established its supply chain with different global suppliers. However, the U.S. expanded the reach of Entity List in 2020 and barred the company from printing new chipsets via chip makers such as TSMC.

This forced Huawei to drop manufacturing of its flagship chipset – Kirin by the end of 2020. Thereafter, Huawei consuming the chip stack that it has gather before the last round of sanctions.

During the launch of HarmonyOS on June 2, Huawei officially announced new devices with Qualcomm chipsets. Later on, the Huawei P50 Pro flagship was also unveiled with Qualcomm processors. Amid all of the issues, Huawei’s new phones also cannot access the 5G network, which has become a major lack of selling point for its smartphone despite all of the power-packed specifications.

Still, the company has decided to move further on this road and we’ll wait to see what Huawei can usher in the time of such difficulties.

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Will focus on building HarmonyOS and Euler operating system: Huawei

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On the sideline of the Huawei Connect 2021 conference, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman – Eric Xu took an interview with media personnel. The current Huawei head announced that the company will focus on building two of its operating system HarmonyOS and EulerOS.

HarmonyOS and Euler, both will be open source and the company will focus on building these two operating systems in the future. In terms of working terminology, HarmonyOS is used for smart devices, IoT, industrial use cases. On the other hand, Euler is designed for servers, edge computing, cloud, and more.

Xu also said that Euler is not new and was released in 2019. The opnEuler operating system was initially served with the Kunpeng platform and moving to become the futuristic infrastructure of the operating system.

EulerOS provides enhanced security, compatibility, and easy-to-use features along with high Reliability. It meets the increasing requirements of Linux OS in enterprise applications and provides a compelling choice of open IT platform for users.

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HarmonyOS:

Launched at Huawei Developer Conference 2019, HarmonyOS comes with distributed technology and is designed to work across different devices for a seamless cross-device user experience. Initially, the operating system only supported smart TVs.

At HDC 2020, the Chinese tech maker introduced the second version of this OS – HarmonyOS 2.0. This time, Huawei added new platform support including smartphones, tablets, smart wearables, IoT devices, In-car systems, home consumer devices, and more.

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However, the most interesting part of the HarmonyOS release comes in the form of smartphones adaptation. The smartphone version of this Huawei operating system debut on June 2, 2021.

Following the launch, the Chinese company began seeding it on the device. The roadmap is pretty huge consisting of over 100 models. As of September 23, 2021, Huawei has already installed HarmonyOS in 120 million smartphones.

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HarmonyOS and EulerOS are currently in their early phase but the progress made by these operating systems comes in the form of major successes in a short amount of time. Therefore, bringing them upwards and developing their complete ecosystem will surely bring a boost to Huawei’s business.

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Huawei introduce 11 major scenario-based solutions at Huawei Connect 2021

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On the second day of the Huawei Connect 2021 Event, the Chinese tech maker introduces 11 major scenario-based solutions for five business areas. The application scope mainly includes transportation, finance, energy, manufacturing, and some government sector.

Peng Zhongyang, Director of Huawei and President of Enterprise BG speaks out his view framing “Deepening Digital and Creating a Great Future Together”. He presents current industrial digital transformation from different perspectives.

Director Zhongyang said, the company is helping its consumers to embrace digitalization through deep cultivation of scenarios, models, and partners. However, it’s an iterative process, which is now becoming a main asset in the industry.

Related: Huawei Cloud UCS launched at 2021 Huawei Connect Event

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In order to present industrial deep cultivation, Huawei brings 11 major scenario-based solutions covering five business sectors. As I mentioned earlier, the solution will apply in the government, energy, finance, transportation, and the manufacturing industry.

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Let’s take a brief introduction of each sector-

Government and Public Sector: Three core solutions for network management, auxiliary operations, and zero-trust security has been released for this sector. The company is help and initiating projects for smart cities.

Energy Sector: This Chinese firm brings two solutions for this sector. They will be applicable to smart power plants and gas stations and will help in bringing green, low-carbon, safe, and efficient zero-carbon smart energy systems.

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Financial Sector: The Finacial Sector also gets two solutions for mobile payments to built a fully connected smart ecological finance system.

Transportation Sector: Smart airports, air traffic control, and united transportation are part of solutions designed to bring a convenient riding experience.

Manufacturing Sector: Smart car enterprise solutions are designed for the production industry. It’ll help manufactures in profitable production with higher safety measurements and time-saving techniques.

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Besides, Huawei is looking forwards to work with its partners and provide them all possible help in industrial practice. It wants to jointly solve the problems challenging the development.

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About Huawei Connect Event:

This event has started on 23rd September and will end on 25th September. It’s an online conference giving the viewers an opportunity to connect with industry leaders, experts, and the company’s business partners. The theme of this year is “Dive Deep Into Digital” providing insights about AI, cloud, 5G, and other ICT technologies.

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