Huawei has launched a new initiative entitled “Towards a Connected World” to enable 500 million people worldwide to benefit from the use of digital technologies in the next five years.
Finance Manager Ken Ho made the remarks at a “Connecting World” summit at the Huawei Connect 2019 conference in Shanghai, China, from September 18 to 20.
In his speech titled “The Role of Global Innovations in Empowering the World,” Hu highlighted Huawei’s initiative “Towards a Connected World,” saying it was part of the company’s commitment to implementing its vision of providing ICT infrastructure and smart devices around the world.
“The Connected World” initiative will focus on three main themes: technologies, uses and skills, and will include not only communications but also artificial intelligence, cloud computing and smart devices.
In this context, Ho called on individuals, institutions and enterprises to join hands with Huawei to tackle global challenges in the sectors of health care, education, development, environment and others.
He also touched on the term “Digital Inclusiveness” which is the use of digital technologies to promote inclusive development and not to exclude any person, house or institution, considering that the ICT sector is an essential pillar in the infrastructure of the smart world and plays a key role in driving growth in national economies and promoting The well-being and renaissance of societies.
The ICT sector would also achieve the UN’s sustainable development goals and enable humanity to face pressing challenges such as poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, economic issues and health care problems.
“The goal of digital inclusiveness is not to leave anybody behind the digital world,” he said. Lagging behind the digital revolution. “
Huawei currently provides communications technologies to three billion people worldwide, supports operations of more than 1,500 networks in more than 170 countries and regions and maintains stable performance.