Points of View Win-Win·Huawei Innovation Week - Huawei

Day1: Product and Solution Launches

To meet the requirements of toC new services and toB applications, Huawei will continue to innovate toward 5.5G and enhance capabilities such as eMBB, URLLC, and mMTC. In addition, with high-precision sensing, passive IoT, and intelligence, 5.5G networks that support 10Gbps downlink rate, 1Gbps uplink rate, 100 billion connections, and native intelligence will be built to embark on a new journey.

Yang Chaobin

President of Wireless Solution, Huawei

Mobile VPN is the optimal choice for campus private network enabling users to securely and conveniently access enterprise intranets anytime, anywhere. This solution provides better user experience than conventional solutions, as user traffic is not detoured through the Internet. It also simplifies connection to campus intranets, so that users can switch between the Internet and intranet without repeated logins. Meanwhile, it establishes direct and reliable UE-intranet connection to avoid risks.

Richard Liu

President of Cloud Core Network Product Line, Huawei

Fiber to Everywhere, OTN to EverySite" is our vision for the F5.5G era. Huawei launched an all-optical cloud network solution for the cloud era to facilitate deterministic networks, making cloud computing as accessible as tap water.

Richard Jin

President of Optical Business Product Line, Huawei

Through four aspects upgrades that includes new architecture, new experience, new model, and new service, Intelligent Cloud-Network 2.0 extends the intelligent cloud network connection boundary and expands the service scope of carriers, driving DICT growth for carriers.

Steven Zhao

Vice President of Data Communication Product Line, Huawei

The Telco Operator Data Storage Power Index white paper is the result of close collaboration between Huawei and IDC, made possible through extensive communication with experts, customers, and partners in the industry. The paper aims to establish a system for evaluating data storage power, enabling operators to comprehensively assess their data infrastructure and ensure it becomes stable, reliable, and efficient.

Dr. Peter Zhou

President of Data Storage Product Line, Huawei Thomas Zhou Vice President, IDC China

Compared with Version 1.0, Green Energy Target Network 2.0 adds core indicators such as carbon emissions and energy efficiency for green sites and green data centers, to help operators achieve carbon neutrality.

Dr. Fang Liangzhou

Vice President and CMO, Huawei Digital Power

Day2: Green Development Solution Launch

To reduce the carbon footprint of ICT infrastructure, our top priority needs to be increasing energy efficiency. Huawei has proposed a three-layer, systematic solution that focuses on green sites, green networks, and green operations to help operators improve network energy efficiency. Huawei calls on all industry players to pay more attention to energy efficiency, and establish a unified, industry-wide index system, as this will help establish baselines against which energy efficiency can be measured and serve as a guide for the green development of the ICT industry.

Ryan Ding

President of Carrier BG, Huawei

We must seize the opportunities in global digital transformation, explore the application of new green technologies, develop green and low-carbon standards, and deepen international collaboration to advance green transformation of the economy and society.

Wen Ku

Chairman of Board, CCSA

Operators in China are actively engaged in decarbonization and strengthening each other by working together on infrastructure, networks, and services, ultimately realizing green and low-carbon transformation across the ICT industry. Operators are leveraging ICT to facilitate energy structure transformation, industrial structure upgrades, energy efficiency improvement, and intelligent carbon emission management, empowering the carbon peak and neutrality strategy with digital technologies.

Ao Li

Chief Engineer, CAICT

While exploring new models and innovative solutions for energy conservation, emission reduction, and the climate action, the mobile communications industry has realized that green transformation is not just about the climate action or what the industry can achieve independently. Instead, sustainability must be incorporated into the fundamental approaches of enterprises and ecosystems.

Guan Zhou

Head of Public Policy, GSMA Greater China

With a new development approach, China Mobile leverages the expertise of its design institutes, and works with partners to strengthen industry-wide collaboration, foster ecosystems, and promote applications of new technologies and products for green development. China Mobile is also committed to building a new system for green and low-carbon development, and using information technology to shape the green and low-carbon development of society as a whole. This will help China achieve its strategic goals of carbon peak and carbon neutrality, and contribute to a beautiful China!

Sun Weidong

President of the China Mobile Group Design Institute, China Mobile

China Unicom is committed to building new green ICT infrastructure by using the carbon management system, taking the green development approach, deepening co-construction and sharing, optimizing data center PUE, and strengthening industry collaboration. China Unicom will accelerate the construction of intelligent, comprehensive ICT infrastructure to make it greener. Such infrastructure features cloud-network convergence and air-ground integrated networks which are fast, ubiquitous, agile, green, secure, and controllable.

Zhang Yong

President of Zhongxun Post and Telecommunications Consulting & Design Institute, China Unicom

Green and low-carbon development is not only a requirement for promoting high-quality social development, but also a requirement for realizing China Telecom's green service transformation and its social value. China Telecom will build new green cloud networks through new technologies, new models, and new operations, build core basic capabilities in the digital economy era with green computing power, and actively promote green transformation of the energy structure.

Cai Kang

Vice President of the Research Institute, China Telecom

Today, Huawei officially launched the Huawei Green Development Solution, which includes an index system and a three-layer solution. We expect to support operators in improving network energy efficiency through this systematic green development solution. We also look forward to further in-depth communication with operators on green development and jointly building energy-efficient ICT infrastructure.

Dr. Philip Song

Chief Marketing Officer of Carrier BG, Huawei