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Huawei’s Global Industry Vision 2025: A Roadmap to Connect the Unconnected

  • Published at 10:21 pm May 6th, 2018
Huawei’s Global Industry Vision 2025: A Roadmap to  Connect the Unconnected
Huawei, one of the world’s leading ICT solutions providers, recently released its Global Industry Vision (GIV) 2025, outlining quantitative and qualitative predictions about the future of industry and society. Relying on Huawei’s own business strengths and insights into industry trends, Global Industry Vision (GIV) 2025 has its own unique research methodology. The GIV 2025 report covers three dimensions—all things sensing, all things intelligent, and all things connected— and 37 metrics, including the amount of data generated, the percentage of enterprises that adopt artificial intelligence (AI), and the number of personal smart devices. GIV 2025 predicts that by 2025, the number of personal smart devices will reach 40 billion and the total number of connections around the world will reach 100 billion. All things will be connected, intelligently. William Xu, Director of the Board and Chief Strategy Marketing Officer of Huawei said: “This is the first time that Huawei has released the GIV report. Based on data and predictions about the future, we aim to unfold the industry blueprint of an intelligent world driven by information and communications technology (ICT).” “It is our goal to build the foundations that will enable the diverse ICT industry ecosystem to build a fully connected, intelligent world,” he added. Huawei’s GIV 2025 depicts three visions for the future that include: All things sensing: There will be connectivity among all things through better sensing devices, Industrial Internet, Cloud VR, Data Traffic, smart vehicles, smart robots, etc. With more and better connections, data traffic will grow exponentially, and most of it will be from video. All things intelligent: Sustainable development will be ensured through Artificial Intelligence, IoT, 5G network, advanced security, and ultra-modern business infrastructure. The intelligent world will reshape existing industries and create new industries. All things connected: Mass innovation in digital economy, manufacturing, and services will create value through industry-oriented AI applications. From manufacturing to services, transportation, and many other industries, everything will be connected.