With 20 years of experience serving medium- and large-sized enterprises, Huawei has built up a deep understanding of enterprise business needs. In China, Huawei is the market leader for private cloud, server, storage, and networks. Among the world's Fortune 500 companies, 172 have chosen its services. Of the Fortune 100 companies, 43 are customers of Huawei.
Huawei's cloud services help its customers to achieve real bottom-line success. Around the world, with so many different local and regional scenarios, there's no single model that will serve all needs. To support the diversity of its customer base, Huawei operates both the Huawei cloud service and localized joint services with its partners: China Telecom eCloud, Deutsche Telekom Open Telecom Cloud, Orange Flexible Engine, and Telefonica Open Cloud.
In all of its business relationships, Huawei fully respects the boundaries between its strengths and services, and its partners' strengths and services. It focuses on its own core strengths, only providing partners with application development platforms and data-processing tools. Huawei does not develop applications within its customers' current areas of business; and it never accesses or use customer data for commercial purposes without permission.
Huawei has a number of certifications and qualifications, all of which involved vigorous examination and assessment. These include some of the most stringent in the world: ISO27001 Information Security Management System, TüV Trusted Cloud Service, MIIT Trusted Cloud Service Certification and, most recently, the Cloud Security Alliance® CSA C-STAR Assessment, for which Huawei achieved a gold certification in July 2017. Huawei is among the best-certified cloud providers in China.
From private to public cloud, from Huawei cloud to joint-clouds with partners, Huawei embraces the OpenStack open-cloud architecture, which ensures interoperability between clouds. A single API and a single ecosystem enable enterprise customers to migrate smoothly between private and public clouds: an open bridge to the future.
Huawei's local service capabilities worldwide help companies to migrate smoothly to the cloud. Besides having local service teams in 170 markets, Huawei works with more than 12,000 partners to provide consulting, delivery, and migration services. Huawei has 12 OpenLabs worldwide to make joint innovation with local partners and provide technical support and validation services.
As of the end of July 2017, Huawei has launched a total of 65 cloud services in 10 different categories.4 Huawei cloud and joint clouds with partners serve some of the best known companies in China, Europe, North America, Latin America, South Pacific, and other regions.