Huawei Connect 2019 will open in Shanghai on the 18th. It is an integrated conference for ICT held by Huawei at Shanghai Expo Center and World Expo Exhibition Convention Center from 18th to 20th.
Expectations arise for Huawei to introduce AI (Artificial Intelligence) and Cloud technology mainly at this year’s conference. Attention is also focusing on how Huawei, which is under heavy U.S. check, resolve anxiety regarding security of 5G equipment.
The event, which is fourth of its kind this year, will include 400 detailed programs. Including keynote speeches, discussion of top experts, meetings of top executives (CXO) of companies. As well as technology and case sharing sessions, and public announcements.
The company will broadcast some of the sessions online. More than 20,000 experts, government officials and academics from various fields of ICT, including 5G, AI, cloud and security, will reportedly visit the site.
Last year, Huawei announced that it will expand investment to develop AI technologies and nurture talent. And it will hold detailed sessions and exhibitions this year regarding cases applied to various industries. Such as AI and cloud businesses, smart finance and smart city.
The presentation will mainly take place on the latest AI and cloud solutions, such as cloud data center and connectivity. Which can simplify algorithms and provide computing performance at reasonable prices.
Ken Hu, chairman of Huawei’s circular group, will appear as the first keynote speaker on Wednesday to explain Huawei’s latest technology and AI portfolio.
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Attention is focusing on what Huawei will do to dispel U.S. security concerns. As we know , it is at the forefront of the trade war between the U.S. and China.
The U.S. is urging major countries to exclude Huawei from the project to build a 5G network. Saying that Chinese government might use Huawei’s technology to spy on other countries.
“We are willing to fully open Huawei’s 5G technology and know-how to western companies including the U.S. in order to dispel western concerns,” Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with The New York Times and the U.K. Economist on the 10th.
Huawei is planning to announce strategies for cyber security, privacy and innovation in technologies for AI security on Wednesday.
Global companies such as Intel, Bosch and SAP and Korean companies such as Samsung Electronics and SK hynix will also participate as sponsors.