Bill Tang, President of Huawei Global Technical Service Department delivered a keynote speech at Huawei User Group Meeting 2021. This speech was titled “Target Efforts to Protect Networks and Bring Warmth with Huawei Service”.
Mr. Tang also shared some interesting facts regarding the network changes that Huawei has made last year. He said, in 2020, Huawei Global Technical Service (GTS) implemented 850,000 network changes and intercepted unauthorized access millions of times.
Huawei GTS provides 5 ‘uninterrupted’, which are uninterrupted network operations, uninterrupted supply of spare parts, uninterrupted TAC response, uninterrupted onsite network inspection, maintenance, and uninterrupted warm customer communication during the pandemic and beyond.
He said the pandemic stirred the whole industry, Huawei provided uninterrupted services including – network operation, spare parts supply, and technical support center, etc. Furthermore, the company will also stick to the promise to provide uninterrupted service in the coming year also.
Huawei’s Network Management:
Huawei has a team of about 4,500 maintenance experts to provide stable network operation. The expert team daily guides the customers’ daily maintenance and solves the stable operation for hundreds of network systems worldwide.
As per the cloud platform experts’ risk analysis report, about 85% of the major risks precisely deleted through the network protocol of the company. It helps to prevent 500 major accidents across the globe.
Furthermore, Huawei owns about 1000 global technical support centers in the world. The technical maintenance team members work to overcome the network challenges for the customers to bring the best network experience.
At last, Tang concluded by saying that Huawei uses 4G and 5G collaboration algorithms. Only the best solution can assure a stable connection and help avoid network security problems.
Huawei User Group Meeting:
Since the first Huawei User Group Meeting 13 years ago, an Advisory Board composed of 12 representatives from Huawei’s customer base has worked with over 440 customer volunteers to actively offer leading industry insights that formulate suggestions for Huawei’s operations.
Then, in collaboration with Huawei’s project teams, the Board participates in improvement projects to address the identified top issues. To date, more than 60 such projects have been implemented to continually improve the quality of Huawei’s products, services, and solutions, and create greater value for our customers.
Huawei MatePad 11 Olive Green variant launched
On July 2nd, Huawei announced its first set of HarmonyOS tablets including the MatePad 11. This is the first Huawei tab that comes with a Snapdragon chipset and is powered by a 120Hz high-performance touch screen.
Today at Huawei Nova 9 series unveiling, the Chinese tech firm launched a new version of this big-screen device – Huawei MatePad 11 Olive Green with 6+256GB WiFi version at 3299 yuan.
Huawei MatePad 11:
Huawei MatePad 11 Olive Green launched with a new and upgraded handwriting experience, supports one-click excerpts, global annotations, notes, PDFs, cloud notes, and share notes. It can also be used with the second-generation M-Pencil.
Huawei MatePad 11 is the first Huawei tablet that comes with Snapdragon 865 processor including 1 x Cortex-A77 Based 2.84 GHz + 3 x Cortex-A77 Based 2.4 GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55 Based 1.8 GHz and Adreno 650, 587 Mhz.
This tablet features a 10.95-inch display with an 86 percent screen-to-body ratio, WQXGA 2560 x 1600 pixels screen resolution, and 120Hz refresh rate for a smooth UI and viewing experience.
The tablet doesn’t disappoint its consumers and brings a new 13MP (f/1.8 aperture, Autofocus) rear camera that can shoot up to 4k videos. There’s also an 8MP front-facing camera to take selfies.
To run it for prolonged hours, Huawei MatePad 11 packs a 7250 mAh battery that supports 22.5W quick charging. Moreover, It’s one of the first Huawei tablets that comes with the HarmonyOS 2 operating system pre-installed with features such as a new user interface and better user experience as compared to the EMUI software system.
Xinri XC3 becomes the first electric scooter to install Huawei HiLink
China’s leading electric scooter manufacturer Xinri, join hands with Huawei to open the era of smart riding. The new Xinri XC3 becomes the first electric scooter to install Huawei HiLink to integrate riding into the smart ecosystem.
According to the information, the first batch of electric scooters with Huawei HiLink power by HarmonyOS includes Xinri GF6, Xinri XC3, and Xinri FN3. The two wheels are forming a one-key intelligent connection to the IoE bringing the riding intelligence one step nearer.
Huawei Smart Life APP:
Now, the models are encased with HarmonyOS Connect and Huawei Smart Life App unfolding the NFC functionality and many other amenities. In Huawei HiLink connected scooter users can easily operate the following task
- Turn on the power, lock, unlock, and even realize keyless travel
- Keep an eye on the battery and remaining mileage with the internet
- Check vehicle health diagnosis, the status of the battery, motor, handle, and controller
Asides, it’s automatically able to lock the vehicle and starts an anti-theft alarm system to guarantee extra safety. Furthermore, the HiLink connect wheel is also regularly provided with new improvements via OTA platforms to maintain its functionality.
To be mentioned, both Huawei and Xinri announce their alliance on 18th August. As the first two-wheeled electric brand to join the HarmonyOS ecology, it will directly enjoy the interconnection of everything carried by the Huawei HarmonyOS Connect system.
Globally known as SUNRA, the company’s electric vehicle provides takes us for outstanding traveling and execution combining strong power, absolute control, and intelligent technology. The company is involved with designing, research, development, manufacturing, and transportation of electric vehicles.
The company has an excellent collection of Miku series, utility, high-speed, moped, and small-size scooters. To date, it’s serving in more than 70 countries providing over 2000 after-sale service outlets.
Huawei Cloud ranks 2nd in China and 5th in global cloud market: Chairman
Huawei Cloud has become the second-ranked cloud service provider in China and enters the top 5 cloud providers in the global market announced Eric Xu, Huawei Rotating Chairman. The announcement made by Eric comes at Huawei’s annual flagship event for the global ICT industry – Huawei Connect 2021.
Eric began this event with a keynote speech titled “Innovating Nonstop for Faster Digitalization”. The event is scheduled to have four keynotes, five summits, and 66 sessions, featuring more than 200 speakers, including industry visionaries, business leaders, top tech experts, and ecosystem partners. It will be live-streamed in 11 languages on Huawei’s corporate website and by its media partners.
“Digital development relies on digital technology. For digital technology to stay relevant, we must continue to innovate and create value. Cloud, AI, and networks are three critical digital technologies.”
To show the importance of the significant progress of Huawei Cloud solutions, Xu mentioned that the Cloud has brought in over 2.3 million developers, 14000 consulting partners, and 6000 technology partners, and also made more than 4500 services available via Huawei Cloud Marketplace. The Cloud service was launched four years ago and now making its way to become the most important platform for Internet companies, enterprises, and governments.
Zhang Ping’an, CEO of Cloud BU and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service, elaborated on HUAWEI CLOUD’s strategic initiatives and launched new services and products at the event.
“The key to successful digital transformation is to think cloud-native and act cloud-native,” said Zhang.
Zhang announced two new Regions in Mexico and China’s Ulanqab, and launched 10 new CLOUD services. The announcement included MacroVerse – HUAWEI CLOUD aPaaS, OptVerse AI Solver, HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 8.1, SparkRTC – a real-time audio and video service, and Pangu, a large model for drug molecules.