Huawei announced it will invest $200 million in the computing ecosystem in 2020 and develop two million developers worldwide.
Huawei Cloud has more than 10,000 consulting partners, and the number of technology partners for Huawei Cloud and ISVs in computing has exceeded 3,500. Huawei has set up 37 ecosystem innovation centers around the world. Over 5,000 cloud applications and Huawei-certified solutions have been rolled-out.
Huawei capitalizes on the synergy of cloud, AI, and 5G to offer public cloud services and hybrid cloud solutions running on full-stack technology.
Huawei Cloud has launched over 210 cloud services of 23 categories and more than 190 industry-specific and universal solutions. It also operates 45 availability zones (AZs) with partners in 23 regions.
Huawei’s IaaS offering ranked top 3 in China and top 6 in the world in 2019, boasting the fastest growth among all service providers. In March 2020, ModelArts Pro, the first-ever AI app development suite for enterprises, went live on Huawei Cloud to supercharge industry AI.
Huawei is committed to unleashing diversified computing power based on x86, Kunpeng, GPU, and Ascend. Huawei’s portfolio includes integrated equipment, motherboards, and cards.
Huawei launched the Atlas series products to accelerate AI computing. The computing device shipments of Huawei registered growth of 8 percent in 2019.
Huawei focuses on building an OceanStor data storage system powered by algorithms and architectures. Huawei also works with industry partners in the fields of big data and databases to create the converged, intelligent, and open data infrastructure, where the data value can be maximized at the optimal cost throughout the lifecycle.
Huawei storage serves over 12,000 customers around the world, with a 39 percent compound average growth rate (CAGR) of global revenue. In 2019, the market share of Huawei in both all-flash and mass data storage fields grew up over 50 percent.