Huawei will come from 50% of Koreas sales in 3 years

Huawei is developing a new business model and innovative solution with various partners. In Korea, it aims to grow together rather than competing with companies.

Huawei’s most emphasized in Huawei Connect 2022, which was offline in three years, is to strengthen the enterprise business sector.

The huawei enterprise business Division is a department that supports digital transitions from various industries. In Huawei Connect 2022, Huawei revealed its vision to help companies digitally shift in various industries based on their own connectivity, computing and cloud solutions.

Recently, Huawei is watching the Korean market carefully in terms of digital transition. The share of Korea is not large in the entire field of huawei enterprise business, but it is expected that there will be a lot of demand in the future.

Hwang Di, huawei enterprise business Division, who met at the National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand, said, In the next two to three years, 50%of the total sales of Huawei korea can come out of the enterprise business division. The goal is to make Huawei a core business.

■ Mature 5G Network will be B2B and B2C demand

Last year, Huawei Korea’s sales amounted to about 281.6 billion won. Last year, Huawei’s total sales amounted to 636.9 billion yuan (about 122 trillion won), which is not high. Korea’s pie is very small in the enterprise business area.

Nevertheless, Hwang Di said, The ICT industry in Korea is leading the world, and there are many prominent companies in the global. In particular, Hwang Di predicted that there will be a high demand for digital conversion in Korea.

Hwang Di said, It has been a long time since I participated in the Korean market, but Dorado All-Flash or Wi-Fi 6 Solutions is recognized by many consumers in the Korean market. Based on it, I want to contribute to realizing digital transitions in various industries.

Korea has the most mature 5G network among global countries, and we expect to have a lot of demand in the B2B and b2c sectors for digital conversion.

Huawei is planning to plan and introduce specific digital transition programs that meet the market situation in Korea, as well as ‘I’m Power Program’, which helps global companies to change digital transitions. We have been operating a partner business department in Korea, Hwang said. We are trying to promote cooperative business with Huawei through this department.

■ Huawei’s strength is continuous R & D investment

Hwang explained that there was a disruption of Huawei’s supply due to US sanctions, but he continued to invest in R & D and sublimated it into strengths. Hwang Di said, There is a difficulty in supplying some parts, so we are constantly investing in R & D, and we are steadily seeking a bar up to maintain business sustainability and replace it.

Huawei currently has 100,000 R & D engineers. Last year, R & D investment amounted to $22.4 billion (about 31.8 trillion won), and Huawei’s R & D investment for 10 years was $132.5 billion. Hwang said, With this R & D investment, Huawei has secured innovative technology in connectivity, computing, and cloud.

Hwang said, Huawei has already developed more than 100 scenario-based solutions in 12 industries with global partners. Based on this experience, we are trying to supply innovative solutions for Korea. Currently, various companies are introducing Huawei solutions in manufacturing, Internet service providers (ISPs), and logistics.

Hwang also introduced Huawei’s ‘BCM (BUSINESS CONTINUOUS Management) System’. Hwang Di said, We systematically manage a series of processes from the development, supply and launch of the product, and manages the process thoroughly and transparently from parts supply to delivery.

When asked if there is a plan to establish a data center in Korea, Huawei is a global ICT infrastructure provider, aiming to provide products and solutions for the success of Korean consumers.

■ Cybersecurity issues have not occurred so far

Hwang emphasized that cybersecurity issues, I think security should be dealt with from a technical point of view and should not be dealt with politically. He explains that cybersecurity verification through third parties and independent institutions must be applied to the verification.

Hwang said, Huawei has provided services in more than 170 countries and regions in the last 30 years, and there has been no cybersecurity issue or privacy incident. did.

He also said he is making three efforts to build trust in cybersecurity. Specifically, ▲ 5%of the annual R & D budget is invested in cybersecurity and personal information protection ▲ Construction of cybersecurity centers not only in China, but also in the UK, Germany, and Belgium ▲ NESTS, CC, and PCR certification, including more than 270 global product security certifications, such as obtaining more than 270 global product security certifications, etc. to be.

Hwang Di said, Huawei provides the best service based on innovative technology and solutions to consumers and partners who choose Huawei. said.

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