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Huawei Forms Cloud Computing Product Department In China

Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei announced that following its entry into the cloud computing market in 2010, the company has decided to establish its information technology product line, mainly providing customized cloud computing solutions.

Huawei announced the news at its Huawei Cloud-computing Conference 2011, which started last week in Shenzhen.

The new IT product line department is related to cloud computing and it will develop IT products based on the cloud platform currently under development by Huawei. Huawei started its massive development within the cloud computing market in 2010. According to Ren Zhengfei, president of Huawei, the cloud computing technologies will change the entire information industry.

A representative from Huawei’s new IT product line department told local media that Huawei has spent a long period of time in preparing for the new department. At present, Huawei’s revenue from the IT product line is really small compared with other operators, but they will take great efforts to make up the distance. The IT product line market has huge potential and is full of opportunities.

Huawei revealed that it now has strong cloud computing research and development teams, which are made up of over 6,000 employees. These employees are working in many different countries and cities worldwide, including the U.S., Canada, Beijing, Shenzhen, Xi’an, Hangzhou, and Shanghai. In addition, the company plans to further expand the teams to over 10,000 members by 2012.

Rumors are also swirling that Huawei’s activities will soon coalesce into a service that will be similar to Amazon’s cloud-based Web Services product. At the same time, Alibaba is rumored to be readying a cloud computing service that will also provide an easy way for small and medium-sized businesses to push their services into the cloud.

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4 Comments on "Huawei Forms Cloud Computing Product Department In China"

  1. That sneaky Chinese staffer not sucking your company’s IP off to China fast enough? Let Huawei put your jewels into the Huawei cloud and watch it fly via direct deposit!

  2. Amazon’s cloud services is mentioned here but what exactly can they do to compete in China? Are their services going to be blockaded by the authorities in China? i think that the cloud is basically an unsafe product because it gives away the keys to your data to all these other people you do not know and can never see so even with Amazon going to China more so they need to worry, and wasn’t Huawei related to the Chinese army at one point which makes me suspicious of their intentions too.

  3. Huawei can’t be held accountable by Euro or USA authorities about their finances so they are going to continue being a mouthpiece and pulpit for the PRC government.

    I for 1 am careful about using their sh*t.

  4. Huawei is the winner, case closed. All the others need not enter the building because the Chinese government loves Huawe and will not let them fail.

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