Integrated ICT services will bring growth in telecommunications of as much as 95 percent by 2030
Integrated ICT servicese it will enable operators a 95 percent increase in revenues in the period from 2020 to 2030, it was announced during the presentation of the White Paper within the forum “5G brings new value”. The White Paper entitled “Cross-Tech Cooperation (X-Tech) enables the transformation of the digital industry” and operators will play a key role in providing comprehensive platforms and services in the field of information and communication technologies (ICT). During the forum, it was pointed out that connectivity, intelligence, cloud, computing and applications are the core of digital transformation for many areas. Peng Song, one of Huawei’s representatives, emphasized that 5G, edge computing and multi-cloud technologies will expand, and the operators themselves will be better positioned in the industrial value chain due to their operational experience and advantages in the ICT sphere.
Huawei has reduced CO2 emissions by 148 million tons
By applying the latest FusionSolar solution in 60 countries and regions, Huawei has reduced CO2 emissions by 148 million tons, it was announced at the forum “Linked to Shared Prosperity” hosted by Huawei. In addition, the company recycled more than 4,500 tons of electronic waste during 2020, while reducing the use of plastic in phone packaging. For every ten million phones produced, 1.8 million plastic shopping bags were saved. The forum discussed the values of digital technology and sustainable development, and the event was attended by ministers from several countries who discussed the necessary measures to achieve the UN goals of sustainable development by 2030 and the long-term goals of the Paris Agreement. Commitment to carbon reduction, job creation and more equality initiatives have been topics of discussion, and digital technologies and global collaboration have been identified as key to achieving these goals. Catherine Chen, senior vice president of Huawei, pointed out that the ultimate goal of technology is to create positive change and bring good to people, and that digital technologies will greatly facilitate the fulfillment of the UN’s sustainable development goals.
Huawei has signed more than 1,000 corporate 5G contracts
Huawei has signed more than 1,000 corporate 5G contracts and thus continued to expand its business. The company announced that contracts have been concluded with partners and companies from more than 20 industries, all with the aim of researching how the 5G network can help various industries to be digitalized in an efficient way. The plan is to continue implementing 5G with partners in domains such as manufacturing, healthcare, finance and transportation.
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