Huawei Cloud recently concluded its Asia Pacific Internet Industry Summit Online, where the global tech giant discussed their comprehensive strategies and technological advancements in the realm of 5G, cloud and AI.

The Summit, themed “Go Cloud, Go Global,” highlighted their upcoming plans of expanding an ecosystem where their users, customers, scholars, experts, businesses and community members come together to leverage Huawei’s cloud, AI, 5G and Internet solutions for the shared success.

These plans included the establishment of the Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) ecosystem with major incentives for better resource deployment to support more internet companies in the region, to go global.

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Currently, Huawei is partnered with 228 out of Global 500 companies, and 58 of 100 world’s top enterprises, working with them digital transformation.

In the event, Huawei also announced its Brilliant Plan program – a global scheme of ecosystem that begins in the APAC region – that is set to create an alliance between Internet companies and global telecoms by leveraging the firm’s global presence and its 20 years of experience in the region.

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Domestic partners applauded the comprehensive support by Huawei. SHAREit, for instance, is a one-stop content distribution platform gaining increasing popularity worldwide, with a global use base of over 1.8 billion and 0.6 billion MAUs.

Such access represents tremendous business opportunities, as supported by Huawei Cloud’s 2020 Go Global White Paper for Internet Companies, which has also been released in the Summit. The Paper highlights the prospects and challenges for the Internet-related industry.

In particular, mobile gaming operators, such as NetEase Games, saw unstoppable growth amid the lockdown due to the pandemic. Robust cloud services can therefore lead to favorable growth of the segment.

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The Summit has connected experts from more than 10 Asia Pacific countries sharing their insights on the industry landscape and its changes. Huawei has also introduced an array of solutions to support digital transformation in different scales, and elaborated further on how collaborations can actually help drive the development of the technology sectors.

Huawei Cloud has developed rapidly, providing stable, reliable and sustainable cloud services to enterprises and organizations. According to a recent report by IDC, Huawei Cloud ranked third in the Asia-Pacific hybrid cloud market, becoming a major cloud service in the Asia-Pacific market in the process.


Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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