In a move to improve Huawei’s presence in the south Asian region, the company is planning to see through its commitments. In its first major post-pandemic event Huawei revealed its plan. This tech event was filled with many researchers, government officials, business partners, and experts. Ensuring Low carbon emissions and improving digital inclusion are the important agendas taken up by the company.
According to Ken Hu, the rotating chairman of Huawei, the company wants to accelerate its 30 years of experience in serving the community in the Asia Pacific region by facilitating digitisation and heavy investments to fulfil its strategic goals of development.
Furthermore, Huawei’s data shows that the company is the official provider of internet connectivity to more than 1 billion Asian phone users and their cloud computing service is also top-notch and holds the fourth rank for cloud computing.
To push its data cloud services further, the company recently opened three data centres in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Thailand. In Malaysia, they also opened a cooperative data centre.
The company also invested more than $100 million in Spark start-up infrastructure. This is coupled with a strategic partnership with more than 10,000 companies and cloud partners in the Asia Pacific region.
By training more than 170,000 locals in digital technology the company wants to acquire new talent. The company is also planning to train 500,000 more locals as a part of their train local initiative.
Huawei also planned to invest $50 million to acquire digital talent in the Asia Pacific region.