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Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2021 addresses future plans, company's performance in 2020

Huawei held its 18th Global Analyst Summit in Shenzhen to discuss the company's business performance in 2020 and its strategic plans for the future.
Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2021 addresses future plans, company's performance in 2020
File photo:Inside a Huawei facility in Shenzhen, China

Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2021

Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2021 addresses future plans, company's performance in 2020
Huawei Rotating Chairman Eric Xu

The summit was headed by Huawei's Rotating Chairman, Eric Xu. In 2020, Huawei faced a lot of challenges. The company is looking to rebuild trust and restore collaborations across the global semiconductor supply chain. This goes for the industry as a whole to get it back on track.

The resurgence of COVID-19 and geopolitical uncertainty was also stated to be some of the key factors for the ongoing challenges every organization, business, and country faces. Huawei aims to continue innovating and driving digital transformation forward for a better, fully connected, intelligent world in the future.

In 2021, Huawei plans to optimize its portfolio to boost business resilience. To do this, Huawei will strengthen its software capabilities and invest more in businesses that are less reliant on advanced process techniques. Huawei is also looking into components for intelligent vehicles.

The company is also looking to maximize 5G value and define 5.5Gwith industry partners to drive further advancement in mobile communications. It also wants to provide seamless, user-centric, intelligent experiences in different scenarios and applications. Huawei also wants to be in the frontlines of reducing energy consumption for a low-carbon world and in finding a solution for supply continuity challenges.

Here are 9 of Huawei's technological challenges and proposed researches for the decade:

1. Defining 5.5G to support hundreds of billions of different kinds of connections
2. Developing nanoscale optics for an exponential increase in fiber capacity
3. Optimizing network protocols to connect all things
4. Providing advanced computing power strong enough to support the intelligent
5. Extracting knowledge from massive amounts of data to drive breakthroughs in
industrial AI
6. Going beyond von Neumann architecture for 100x denser storage systems
7. Combining computing and sensing for a hyper-reality, multi-modal experience
8. Enabling people to more proactively manage their health through continuous
self-monitoring of personal vital signs
9. Building an intelligent Internet of Energy for the generation, storage, and
consumption of greener electricity

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