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Huawei Vows to Power Asean’s Digital Economy: Bangkok Post

Rotating chairman Guo Ping says post-pandemic, digital technology a pillar for economic recovery and resilience in many countries


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A Huawei employee uses one of the company's P40 smartphones at the IFA consumer technology fair in Berlin. Photo: Reuters

 

Huawei will keep innovating and building a tech ecosystem to help the Asia-Pacific region go digital faster, The Bangkok Post reported its rotating chairman Guo Ping as saying.

Speaking virtually at Powering Digital Thailand 2022: Huawei Cloud & Connect & Asia-Pacific Innovation Day, Guo expressed his appreciation to the company’s customers and partners for their support and discussed a range of topics including 5G, cloud and artificial intelligence (AI).

”We believe that 5G, cloud, and AI will continuously contribute to economic growth and social progress. Post-pandemic, digital technology would become a pillar for economic recovery and resilience in many countries,” he said.

Read the full report: The Bangkok Post

 

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