Huawei committed to partnering businesses for value-driven growth

Huawei Technologies has expressed commitment to partnering business operators and becoming an enabler for their digital transformation and business success so as to jointly achieve value-driven growth.
At a pre-Mobile World Congress 2017 briefing today in London, Huawei Carrier BG President Zou Zhilei noted that a better-connected world is fast approaching.
“By 2025 there will be 100 billion connections globally, 85% of all enterprise applications will move to the cloud, 100% enterprises will use cloud services, and the penetration rate of industrial intelligence will exceed 20%. In a better-connected world, industries going digital will create limitless opportunities, and how far industries will go in this process is beyond our imagination,” said Zou.
According to Zou, the strategy of global telecom operators is changing from being “investment-driven” to being “value-driven”. They pay more attention to end user experience and services, and creating more value for end users based on competitive advantages.
Huawei, he said is committed to helping operators achieve new growth, realize better return on investment, and improve operating efficiency.
Meanwhile, Global Marketing and Solution Sales President at Huawei Carrier BG said Ken Wang says Huawei will team up with operators to embark on the value-driven ROADS to new growth.
As Ken remarked, operators will enter an era where ‘Video is King”, and vertical industries going digital will create a trillion-dollar market for operators. Video will become a basic service of operators, and video services for entertainment, communications, and industry will grow rapidly.
Huawei is committed to providing end-to-end business solutions and exploring new business models. The company hopes to achieve new growth with operators in the video era. In addition, Huawei will support operators in helping vertical industries go digital and offer cloud services to enterprise and government customers relating to computing, storage, networking, IoT, and video. The aim is to enable operators to expand their markets and boost profits.
Ken also noted that there are more than 400 operators around the world with network assets worth trillions of US dollars. Huawei will partner with customers to maximize network value and work on legacy assets to increase revenue and improve network efficiency. This will be achieved by identifying high-value customers, expanding high-value services, and building high-value networks.
During the MWC 2017, Huawei will unveil several All Cloud solutions, including CloudAir/CloudRAN, CloudFAN, CloudMetro and CloudEPN solutions. With these solutions, Huawei aims to help operators deliver end users a Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social (ROADS) experience.
The Mobile World Congress 2017 will be held in Barcelona from February 27 to March 2.

Source: Ghana | | Daryl Kwawu |Joy Business

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