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HUAWEI CLOUD: The Culmination of 30 Years of Technological Accumulation and Continuous Innovation

The major revenue category of new Internet services for operators has shifted from traffic to data in the Cloud 2.0 era in which enterprises everywhere are making the move to the cloud. This move entails AI and big data capabilities in the application mix, which has brought about changes in technologies and system architecture. Applications running in the new layout require distributed computing and storage, high levels of elasticity, and largely automated processes, which were not as evident in Cloud 1.0. Reliability and security top the concerns in selection of a cloud service provider for organizations running key applications on the cloud. Cloud service providers need to deliver on both fronts while finding ways to accelerate the digitalization process if they hope to have any kind of success in the Cloud 2.0 era.

Benefiting from the more than 30 years of technology accumulation of the parent company, HUAWEI CLOUD is best positioned to help organizations in their transformations. The cloud service brand has inherited the three precepts of Huawei's R&D system: remaining focused in innovation efforts, confident investment into the future, and customer centricity as the guiding point from start to finish. Huawei goes much farther than just trying to build an architecture to suit this and that need, it adopts more of a "top layer" approach — a global approach in tech able to lay on top of any profile — then drills down into specificity with vertical integrations in software and hardware systems while accumulating what is necessary to make breakthroughs in specific applications along the way. Huawei continues to spare no effort in building up the basic technology layers because even the smallest of improvements contribute to the innovations for the future. This commitment further solidifies Huawei's longevity with its innovations in the tech able to fully satisfy the profile-specific requirements of customers.

Hardware capabilities are largely determined by the architectural design in addition to the processing speeds of the chips. In the past, Huawei catered to the needs of carriers by focusing on large network builds and core algorithms. This expertise has contributed to Huawei's success in cloud with the end-to-end enhancements available with the ability to home grow data center infrastructures, chips, software, and many of the other elements that go into the mashups. No other vendor can make this claim. HUAWEI CLOUD is continuously innovating in everything that goes into making the cloud service offerings the best. Everything from software, hardware, data center management, basic cloud services, and application development platforms (including deployment and O&M platforming, tooling, and architectures) all the way to the basic model algorithms in AI utilities and domain-oriented modeling. Dedicated Huawei engineers have made breakthroughs in the whole vertical axis; built a full-stack technology system with home-grown accelerations in chip, software, and hardware; and placed it all into an easy-to-operate online format. Huawei has launched one impressive product after another in such segments as AI, container, IoT, blockchain, and big data to help enterprises and developers rise to the challenges of the new era.

Thousands of customers can attest to the benefits they have achieved with HUAWEI CLOUD, including Xinhua News Agency, Shenzhen Traffic Police Bureau, Deppon, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Santander Bank, Copernicus Program of the European Environment Agency, and PSA Group. HUAWEI CLOUD is going all in with cloud to provide top stability in delivery of each service in the portfolio through continuous innovation. Find out how HUAWEI CLOUD can help you accelerate your digital transformation — We make IT possible, and affordable!

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