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HUAWEI CONNECT 2019
[Shanghai, China, September 19, 2019] During HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei introduced its Intelligent Campus Ecosystem Plan and the intelligent HiCampus solution jointly developed with partners for enterprise customers in China and beyond.
[Shanghai, China, September 19, 2019] At HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei released the Thinking Ahead About AI Security and Privacy Protection white paper, which outlines the company’s perspective and practices in AI security, privacy issues and related solutions, and proposes a shared responsibility model for AI security and privacy protection governance.
[Shanghai, China, September 19, 2019] At this year's annual HUAWEI CONNECT, Huawei launched its Atlas series of products and 43 cloud services based on Ascend processors with powerful computing capabilities. The Atlas 900 AI cluster, Atlas 300 AI training card, and Atlas 800 AI training server are among the products to have attained the pinnacle of computing power across the globe. Thanks to continuous innovation of Ascend processors, the leading ICT solutions provider offers customers more abundant, economical, and adaptive AI algorithms for all scenarios. This launch further enriches Huawei's portfolio of full-stack all-scenario AI solutions.
[Shanghai, China, September 19, 2019] On the second day of HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei officially announced the release of 43 powered by Ascend processors. Through these services, Huawei aims to provide superior computing power to make cloud computing and intelligence available to everyone. Hou Jinlong, President of Cloud & AI Products & Services of Huawei, delivered a keynote speech introducing the release.
Advancing Intelligence in ICT Products and Solutions to Help Enterprises Succeed in Digital Transformation
[Shanghai, China, September 18, 2019] At HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei announced its strategy for the computing market and released Atlas 900, the world's fastest AI training cluster. A powerhouse of AI computing, Atlas 900 will help make AI more readily available for different fields of scientific research and business innovation.
Huawei presses ahead with TECH4ALL to help another 500 million people benefit from digital technology in the next five years
[Shenzhen, China, August 23, 2019] Huawei officially launched the world's most powerful AI processor – the Ascend 910 – as well as an all-scenario AI computing framework, MindSpore.
[Shenzhen, China, August 8, 2019] Huawei launched its Global Industry Vision (GIV) report today, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.
[Beijing, China, July 23, 2019] The Kunpeng Computing Industry Summit was held in Beijing today. Under the theme of "Unlock the New Computing Era with Kunpeng", the summit was jointly hosted by China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI) and Huawei, and co-hosted by the Green Computing Consortium (GCC). With continuous, extensive accumulation in the computing space, Huawei has been actively fostering an open, collaborative, and win-win Kunpeng-based computing industry to embrace the era of diversified computing.
[Shanghai, China, July 8, 2019] Huawei and the School of Basic Medical Sciences at Fudan University have recently begun to jointly offer a course in "Medical Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning", attracting more than 120 undergraduate and graduate students from Fudan University's medical school and affiliated hospitals. This is China's first systematic course introducing artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine. This course will help students quickly learn about the latest AI innovations and information in the medical industry and academia, and explore the applications of AI in the medical field.
[Beijing, May 15, 2019] Following the announcement of its AI strategy and full-stack, all-scenario AI solutions in 2018, Huawei launched the AI-Native database GaussDB and the highest-performance distributed storage FusionStorage 8.0 today in Beijing. The aim of this launch is to redefine data infrastructure through a Data + Intelligence strategy.
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Huawei's assault on the AI world continues, with its announcement of a new high-end computing cluster and another $1.5 billion for its developer program.
SHANGHAI -- Today, Huawei unveiled its Intelligent OptiX Network strategy for global enterprises at HUAWEI CONNECT 2019 held in Shanghai. Huawei also launched innovative products across three series: OptiXtrans, OptiXaccess, and OptiXstar (three OptiXs), to cope with all-optical data centers, all-optical transmission, and all-optical campus scenarios.
Chinese tech giant unveils ambitious plans to build the architecture needed to meet growing demand for more compute power and artificial intelligence, pledging to do so on an "open" ecosystem" and launching an AI training cluster that it says is 10 seconds faster that the current ResNet-50 record.
From the big turnout its at annual gathering “Huawei Connect” in Shanghai, it’s not easy to sense the pressure that China telecommunications leader Huawei is facing.
Huawei says that the launch of its Atlas 900 AI training cluster will revolutionise scientific research in a number of key industry verticals
Huawei Technologies Co. is offering up its most valuable 5G secrets and $1.5 billion to software developers, courting the global tech community at a time the U.S. is heightening scrutiny of the Chinese giant.
Huawei said Wednesday it will invest $1.5 billion in its developer program over the next five years, as it seeks to build a sturdy and open ecosystem as part of its computing strategy.
Huawei’s new investment will support five million more developers as it eyes US$2 trillion computing market
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies expects the roll-out of next-generation 5G wireless networks to start contributing to the firm’s revenue from next year when China launches services, the company’s deputy chairman said on Wednesday.
Huawei will step up its presence in the global market for computer hardware, a top company official said on Wednesday, as the Chinese telecom giant weathers a US assault on its 5G network and smartphone business.
AI chip launch is seen as a counter-attack by Huawei as it remains hemmed in by US trade blacklisting
Huawei announced the commercial availability of an artificial intelligence (AI) chip Friday, pitting it against major American giants like Qualcomm and Nvidia, as it looks to defy continued U.S. pressure and prove it can still bring out core technology.
Huawei today unveiled in its Shenzhen headquarters a new AI chipset for IoT devices, in yet another move by the company to reduce its reliance on U.S. components. Named the Ascend 910, this chipset comes just two weeks after Huawei pulled back the curtain on its own proprietary operating system, HarmonyOS, which will be used in an upcoming smart TV and soon other smart home products from the company.
HONG KONG, Aug 23 (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies said on Friday it is “fully prepared” to live and work with U.S. trade restrictions, and there is no impact to its business from Washington’s decision this week to extend a reprieve allowing it to buy supplies from U.S. firms.