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Huawei committed to digitalisation

James Kon

Huawei is committed to making digital accessible to every person, home, and organisation to build a fully connected, intelligent and inclusive world.

This was emphasised by Huawei Brunei Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Kevin Zhang Jianwei in his presentation at the Huawei Technologies (B) Sdn Bhd’s ICT Digital Transformation Workshop organised as part of the Brunei Mid-Year Conference and Exhibition (Brunei MYCE) 2022.

Digital transformation was a key topic at Brunei MYCE 2022.

At the event, Huawei focussed on three areas that will accelerate digital transformation: high-density connections, high-capacity computing, and lower carbon emissions.

“We are excited to be part of the MYCE, not only to showcase our solutions, but to demonstrate our commitment to help Brunei transform as the country moves into economic recovery.

Huawei Brunei Chief Executive Officer Kevin Zhang Jianwei during his presentation. PHOTO: JAMES KON

“In addition to our carrier network infrastructure and smart devices, we will also showcase our sustainable and enterprise business solutions for industries aiming to digitalise,” said Zhang.

To help companies in Brunei digitalise, Huawei is working with its partners and customers in three key areas – customer-centricity, addressing customer challenges and provide strong solutions, he said.

He added that Huawei also provides customers with a highly efficient campus, intelligent cloud, green power, hyper-converged data centre and time-delay-determined network solutions in convergence of technologies and operations within Huawei’s architecture.

Huawei recognises that digitalisation and full cloud adoption is a process that needs proper consideration.

The company is committed to innovating in cloud technology and scenario-based solutions to assist partners and customers across all industries in their transition to digita; and exploring sustainable power solutions.