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Huawei APAC Digital Innovation Congress 2022

May 19 - 20


Webinar Replay

Huawei, together with the ASEAN Foundation, will be bringing the Huawei APAC Digital Innovation Congress to you soon where we'll be live streaming sessions with government and regional business leaders with the aim of exploring innovative solutions.


——Ken Hu We will increase our support for a Green and Digital APAC by promoting digital infrastructure, low-carbon development, and digital inclusion.

——Dr. Yang Mee Eng An inclusive and resilient digital Asia Pacific can only be realised with strong digital talents. The Huawei Asia Pacific Digital Innovation Congress 2022 marks another critical milestone in the ASEAN Foundation - Huawei partnership to continue creating talent development-focused learning ecosystem that will help address digital skills shortage in the region.

——Dr. H. Sandiaga Frontier technologies can become engine for recovery and revival. Customized, personalized, localized, smaller in size, CHSE protocols become likely necessity for tourism and creative economy industries to pivot. As we look for novel solutions and technical breakthroughs to drive transformation across the industries, in Indonesia, we’ve just signed a strategic milestone with Huawei to scale up Indonesian digital talents and power up local startups, paving the way for optimum use of technologies as a springboard for industries to recover together and recover stronger.

——Dato' Sri Dr. Adham Bin Baba MyDIGITAL will further strengthen and elevate the sustainable development of the digital economy by providing a collaborative platform and market demand for digital solutions developed and deployed by local digital technology startups and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) both in the form of devices and systems as well as software encompassing programmes and artificial intelligence. This will place Malaysia on the trajectory to become a high-tech producer nation.

——Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai With regard to the ASEAN Digital Sector, Thailand supports an implementation of the ASEAN Digital Masterplan 2025 which is a strategic approach putting top priority on post COVID – 19 economic resilience, maximizing the potential of ICT and digital technologies for equal access to public and private services, and mobilizing ASEAN's digital economy.

——Mustafa Jabbar The past two years have verified that digital technology is one the most important ecological technology to enhance social and economic recovery and revival, solid implementing infrastructure construction bring ubiquitous link, continuous talent development provides a steady stream of innovative power and an inclusive industrial ecology promotes the rapid development of the industry, we welcome global excellent digital industries partner like Huawei, together to develop one of the most culturally and economically vibrant regions in the world.

——H.E. Satvinder Singh The pandemic has accelerated the pace of digital transformation. In ASEAN, since the COVID-19 pandemic started, 60 million new digital consumers have been added, making ASEAN the third largest internet base with nearly 400 million internet users. ASEAN digital revenue is expected to hit $363 billion by 2025. Digital transformation requires stronger coordinated actions from multiple stakeholders, including the private sector to realize the full potential of digital transformations in ASEAN.

——Simon Lin The digital economy has become a major engine of Asia Pacific economy. Green and Low-carbon technologies have become new drivers for sustainable development.
In order to build a better green digital life with our customers and partners, Huawei will continuously support Asia Pacific build a leading digital infrastructure, create a thriving industry ecosystem, and empower an inclusive society.

——Prof. Paul Cheung National digitalization process is a 'whole of society' initiative, involving all segments of the society. Trust and digital inclusiveness are important issues in building an enabling social context as the backbone of the digital economy.

——Mohamed Djelid In the process of innovation, the issue of inclusiveness must be fully understood and addressed. At UNESCO, there are four main recommendations: Regulations framework, Sustainable institutions and system, Partnerships, Digital literacy. I believe that the public sector and private companies like Huawei should keep working together, striving to reduce the development gap.

——Dr. Saar Shukri Embong We are also keen to have more collaborations with Huawei to enhance our R&D activities, capabilities and capacities to develop future technologies and products such as in the areas of green energy, etc that the Malaysian is focusing on.

——David Lu In the digital-first era, digital infrastructure is the foundation of a country's digital economy. All industrial digitalization will be driven by the continuous innovation of digital technologies. Huawei Asia-Pacific will continue to innovate, invests in ICT, talent cultivation, and work with our partners to accelerate digitalization.


*in order of appearance

Ken Hu

Rotating Chairman

Dr. Yang
Mee Eng

Executive Director
ASEAN Foundation

Dr. H. Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, BBA, MBA

Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy
of the Republic of Indonesia

Dato' Sri Dr. Adham Bin Baba

Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation

Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai

Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Digital Economy and Society

Mustafa Jabbar

Minister of Bangladesh Posts
and Telecommunications Ministry

H.E. Satvinder Singh

Deputy Secretary-General of ASEAN
for ASEAN Economic Community

Simon Lin

Huawei Asia Pacific Region

Prof. Paul Cheung

Asia Competitiveness Institute, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Mohamed Djelid

Director of UNESCO Regional Science Bureau for Asia and the Pacific and Representative to Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Timor-Leste

Dr. Iskandar Samad

President & Chief Executive Officer of MIMOS Berhad
Malaysia's national applied research and development centre

David Lu

Huawei Asia Pacific Strategy & Marketing 

Tony Li

Vice President
Huawei ICT Strategy & Marketing

Zhengjun Zhang

Vice President
Huawei Asia Pacific Public Relations

Hunter Shao

Vice President
Huawei Asia Pacific Strategy & Marketing

Jason He

Vice President
Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise Business Group 

Mohit Gidwani

Partner, Singapore Office
Southeast Asia, Roland Berger

Wu BeiBei

Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise

Kittikun Potivanakul

Chief Technology Officer
DTGO Group of Companies

Chong Jean Kang

Sales Director
ZKTeco Singapore

Tony Shi

CTO, Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise Scenario Based Solutions

Nicholas Ma

Huawei APAC Enterprise Business Group

Aaron Wang

Senior Vice President
Asia Pacific Enterprise Business Group

Prof. PS Lee

Executive Director  
Energy Studies Institute
National University of Singapore

Bill Raftery

Vice President of Storage

Geok Kwee Tee

Executive Director Virtual Private Cloud

Edwinder Sing

Practice Lead of Infrastructure Systems, NCS

Vijaykumar Dayinde


Philip Lai

Principal Architect 
Huawei Asia Pacific Enterprise DCN

Kalyan Sumanam

Principal Consultant Forrester

Sun Xiaofeng

Huawei Digital Power Data Center Infrastructure

Sun Bohan

Huawei Digital Power Asia Pacific 

Dr. Nuki Agya Utama

Executive Director
ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)

Jacqueline Shi

President of Global Marketing and Sales Service

Zeng XingYun


Jin Hui

Asia Pacific HUAWEI Cloud Solution Sales Dept

Passakorn Pannok

Bitkub Blockchain Technology

Kenneth Tan

Co-Founder and CEO
BeLive Technology 

Christopher Yeo Nai Huat


Wu ShiWei

Huawei Cloud APAC

Kwek SoCheer

PwC Partner
Digital Services and Risk Assurance

Nicole Lu

Asia Pacific Cloud Ecosystem & Partner Development Dept

Theerapun Charoensak

General Manager
True IDC

Budi Lesmana Halim

President Director
PT. Soltius Indonesia

Zunaid Ahmed Palak, MP

Honorable State Minister Information and Communication Technology Division

Dr. Eng. Budi Prawara

Chairman of Research Organization for Electronics and Informatics, National Research and Innovation Agency

Prof. Jugdutt (Jack) Singh

Chief Scientist & Chief Advisor for Digital Economy
Sarawak State Government, Malaysia

Dr. Chalee Asavathiratham

SEVP, Chief Digital Banking Officer
Siam Commercial Bank

Kevin Khoo

Group CIO, Sunway Berhad and CEO, Sunway Technology Group 

Jeffrey Towson

Global consultant, Professor China Europe International Business School, Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration
Chulalongkorn University

Hong-Eng Koh

Global Chief Public Services Industry Scientist

Justin Chen

PT. Bank Neo Commerce Tbk Indonesia

Donald Lum


Foo Fang Yong

Huawei International Pte Ltd

Howard Hao

Managing Director
Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business 

Ivan Low

Chief Strategy Officer
Huawei International Pte Ltd


Senior Vice President, Head of Partner Development Dept
Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business

Jun Qi

Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business 

Jeffery Zhang

Data Center and Storage Solution Sales, Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business

Gui Jing Kang

Vice President Head of Marketing & Solutions
Huawei Digital Power Singapore

Felicia Yap

Senior Solution Manager
Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business

Tey Liang Wei

Cloud Partner Development Lead

Eason Zhang

Director of Networking Solution Sales
Huawei Singapore Enterprise Business

Benedict Tan

Group Chief Digital Strategy Officer & Chief Data Office

Lam Chee Weng

Singapore Pools

Sharon Ng

CIO & Cluster Director
Govtech Ministry Family

Tan Shui-Min

Chief Information Technology Officer

Dr. Lim Joo Ghee

Acting Director

Ms. Georgina PHUA

Acting Director

Soma Shekar Veeranna

Regional Director Data Cente Facilities Solution


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