Huawei explores the future of connectivity and computing at the Global Analyst Summit

Despite its smartphone division is in continuous decline, a victim of the ban imposed by the United States in recent years, Huawei is always committed to the development of network infrastructures. On the occasion of2022 edition of the Global Analyst Summit (HAS)the Chinese company organized the forum Intelligent World 2030 illustrating the results of his report from three years of research, including in-depth exchanges with more than 1,000 academics, clients and partners, and a total of 2,000 workshops. The report also draws on data and methodologies from leading industry organizations around the world.

Gavin Gai, chairman of Huawei’s ICT strategy and business development department, gave the keynote address “‘Building intelligent communication networks, with low consumption and emissions and cubic broadband” with which he provided a detailed analysis of the six distinctive features of the communication networks of the future: Cubic broadband, harmonized communication and sensing, deterministic experience, native artificial intelligence, safety and reliability, green and low carbon implementation and operation.

Gai also provided a detailed analysis of the future of the communications industry:

Industries are the foundation for the development of an intelligent world. The ‘Communications Network 2030’, ‘Computing 2030’, ‘Digital Power 2030’ and ‘Intelligent Automotive Solution 2030’ reports provide an overview of the technology trends in their respective sectors and can prove to be an excellent reference point for driving future development. It is our relentless pursuit of a superior experience that drives the innovation and evolution of communications networks. In fact, we will soon see the transition from tens of billions of connections between individuals to hundreds of billions of connections between things “.

According to Jiang Tao, Vice President of Huawei Computing Product Line, by 2030 the information technology sector will be characterized by concrete innovations, cognitive intelligence, diversified computing, intrinsic security, multidimensional collaboration and green and integrated information systems. Furthermore, Tao predicts that the digital and physical worlds will be seamlessly integrated and computer science will be able to simulate, reproduce and improve the real world.

Also present at the event was Tian Yonghong, IEEE Fellow and Chief Technology Engineer of Peng Cheng Cloud Brain who in his speech said that through a super artificial intelligence the laboratory Peng Cheng is bringing to life the engine that will drive innovation towards an intelligent world. Yonghong also illustrated the ways in which artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the development patterns of the economy, approaches to scientific and technological innovation. The super intelligent computing platform created by the lab, concluded Yonghong, will also make it possible to successfully cope with major global challenges.

Much of the discussion at the event focused on digitization and decarbonization and how these two main trends push and reinforce each other, both acting as engines of global green development. Expected application scenarios, the innovation of information and connectivity technologies and sustainable development practices were also discussed during the event.

Finally, Huawei, together with other guests, appealed to the major representatives of the various sectors and to society as a whole so that together they commit themselves to continue in the direction of an ever more intelligent world.


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