Huawei’s ‘business-as-usual’ approach hits the ball out of proverbial park. ‘Developer Day’ in France opens doors to major APP development at light speed say company execs at two different trade shows.
FPMag Tech News by Fred Harris, Systems Engineer and Guest Writer
“The U.S. government’s actions at the moment underestimate our capabilities,” Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said in a Chinese language TV interview in China, published in a transcript in English.
On December 1, 2018 Canada at the insistence of the United States ‘kidnapped’ a woman leader of Huawei and according to FPM.news sources used an abuse of process to imprison Sabrina Meng, daughter of Huawei founder, Ren Zhengfei. Ms. Meng was arrested based on convoluted allegations that Huawei was misleading multinational banks about Iran-linked transactions, putting the banks at risk of violating U.S. sanctions. Donald Trump simultaneously told Jeff Mason, and Steve Holland of Reuters that he would intervene if it helped win a good trade deal with China. Read if you wish -> Trump says he could intervene in U.S. case against Huawei CFO
Following Trump’s blacklisting of Chinese tech companies, share prices in Europe fell for three European chipmakers — Infineon Technologies, AMS and ST Microelectronics.
This is a f ollow-up to our 20 May 2019 article:
Huawei customer assurances. Speaking to developers in Paris France, Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, Vice President of Europe Mobile Services delivers speech 17 May at ‘Viva Technology’ Trade Show. Photo Credit: Huawei Technologies
Photo Art: Rosa Yamamoto FPM.news
Huawei’s Attitudes Seems to be “Business as Usual”
May 17: Last friday in Paris, France at Viva Technology 2019, Huawei Mobile Services held its first Developer Day in Europe, opening up a platform for sharing approved applications for its smartphones.
Huawei published this notice to its European customers. – FPMag.net
“Huawei Mobile Services are designed to enhance our users’ experience by connecting them with the most suitable content for every moment of their daily lives. This is achieved thanks to our intelligent, contextual distribution ecosystem. Partners gain access to Huawei’s fast-growing user base, whilst Huawei manages the editorial and technical optimization of our services.” said Dr. Jaime Gonzalo, Vice President of Europe Mobile Services, Huawei Consumer Business Group.
“We provide a global intelligent distribution platform with a range of open capabilities and one-stop services for partners, to foster innovations.”, said Jervis Su, Vice President of Mobile Services, Huawei Consumer Business Group. “Huawei Ability Gallery provides enormous value to users by intelligently offering faster and more convenient services, and we are looking forward to working with our premium partners to provide best-in-class content and services to our users.”
Art by Rosa Yamamoto, Feminine Perspective Magazine
May 20: Meanwhile on Monday Huawei Introduced new speed, new sites, and new smart Optical Networks
At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Nice France, Huawei officially unveiled its ‘Optical Networks V2’ concept, “ON2.0“.
Richard Jin, President of Huawei’s Transmission and Access Product Line, spoke 20 May at Huawei’s sixth Optical Network Innovation Forum in Nice France. Photo Credit: Huawei
Photo Art: Rosa Yamamoto FPM.news
Speaker Richard Jin, President of Huawei’s Transmission and Access Product Line, spoke at Huawei’s sixth Optical Network Innovation Forum and set out the highlights of:
- New speed: Huawei’s Super 200G ON2.0 solution has over 80 commercial deployments around the world. In addition, Huawei is working with leading operators in spectrum expansion. Huawei has cooperated with operators in Asia and Europe to achieve Super C-Band innovation, increasing the effective spectral width by 50% compared with the traditional C band.
- New sites: OXC, the world’s first commercialized all-optical cross-connect solution, has been put into commercial use by multiple operators to provide all-optical interconnection for hundreds of super core nodes around the world. At the same time, Huawei’s OSN 9800 M series and OSN 1800 series support the extension of OTN to the metro network. More than 60% of OTNs have been moved to COs in China, and that number exceeds 50% in Europe.
- New smart O&M: Huawei has worked closely with 38 operators around the world to develop OTN premium private lines and help operators achieve revenue growth. In the meantime, Huawei, together with leading operators in China and Europe, has completed joint innovation in Optical Intelligence by introducing AI into optical networks to predict faults on optical networks and better anticipate future network resource requirements, improving O&M efficiency and marking a critical step towards zero-touch optical networks.
Optical Networks will move data from device to device at light speed.
Richard Jin said that “Looking to the future, the bandwidth potential of optical fibers is infinite. In a fully-connected 5G era, Huawei proposes to redefine the optical industry.
When massive connectivity optical transport networks are moved from nodes to sites,
- the number of optical connections increases 10-fold;
- when optical connections extend from homes to rooms and from machine to machine, the number of optical connections will increase 100 fold.
The company, speaking to industrial partners as well as consumers said at the Nice France trade show that its high-security optical networks will evolve from all-optical access to all-optical connectivity, which will increase the market space of optical networks from $30B to $100B.
“ON2.0 is on,” said Mr. Jin, making a barely noticed play on words, “and Huawei will continue to work with worldwide operators and seize the $100B market window of opportunity during the transformation towards all-optical connectivity and build next-generation optical networks for the 5G era.”
Dr. Wenran Jiang, University of British Columbia on The Agenda with Steve Paikin (TVOntario)
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