Huawei has launched its “Go Cloud, Go Global” ecosystem plan and introduces more than 15 innovative cloud services.

On the 19th (local time), Jang Pyeong-an, CEO of Huawei Cloud, announced an ecosystem plan centered on XaaS at the Huawei Connect 2022 held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand.

It plans to establish a new region of Huawei Cloud in Indonesia and Ireland, and operate 75 available areas in 29 regions around the world by the end of this year to activate services in more than 170 countries and regions.

The theme of the event, which marks its seventh anniversary this year, is “Unlease Digital,” which will explore ways to improve digital productivity, promote the digital economy, and build a stronger digital ecosystem with 10,000 ICT industry leaders, experts, and partners around the world.

At the event, Huawei emphasized that the government and companies should work more closely to foster the local digital ecosystem, such as building innovative partners, strengthening talent resources, and supporting startups, and strengthening their commitment to shared success along with open collaboration.

In his keynote speech, Huawei’s circular chairman Ken Hu spoke about three ways to digitalize all industries. △Strengthening the “digital infrastructure” including various computing resources △Supporting organizations to make the most of the cloud △Developing partners and expanding support for small and medium-sized enterprises were discussed.

In his keynote speech, Simon Lin, president of Huawei’s Asia-Pacific region, unveiled a “Digital First Economy” white paper containing policy proposals for building digital infrastructure and developing the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region.

President Lin said, “The Asia-Pacific region is at the forefront of the global digital environment. Huawei is doing its best to contribute to the digital economy in the Asia-Pacific region, and will continue to support digitalization and sustainable development efforts and build an industrial ecosystem.”

Meanwhile, representatives from Asia-Pacific, including Thai Deputy Prime Minister and Energy Minister Funmi Chau Subatong, Thai Digital Economy and Social Minister Tsaiou Tanakamanuson, Indonesian Economic Coordination Minister Airanga Hatarto, Bangladesh Planning Minister Muhammad Abdul Manan, David Almirol, and Secretary-General of the ASEAN Foundation, attended the event.

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