Ecosystem Manager of the Huawei Cloud Tina Phyo Nandar Kyaw came up with the statement at the Huawei Cloud Bangladesh Summit Online which also featured a virtual demonstration of the Huawei cloud demo center
Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited yesterday said its cloud solutions would ease businesses in future days through reducing operational and management costs.
Ecosystem Manager of the Huawei Cloud Tina Phyo Nandar Kyaw came up with the statement at the Huawei Cloud Bangladesh Summit Online which also featured a virtual demonstration of the Huawei cloud demo center, said a media release.
Huawei senior officials and 50 information technology insiders took part in the summit and discussed on how the enterprises, startups, and large industries of Bangladesh could utilize the cloud services, it added.
Tina Phyo Nandar Kyaw said that the Huawei cloud offered a globally available, trustworthy, open platform that could help enterprises expand their businesses fast.
“Asia Pacific region, including Bangladesh, has been evolving towards a great potential at a breakneck speed. Huawei Cloud Partner Network (HPCN) programs will accelerate the transformation," he added.
Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited Chief Executive Officer Zhang Zhengjun said that his company was working closely with its partners over the past 21 years in Bangladesh and helped the country in the fastest digital transformations.
"Hopefully, we will able to expand the cloud solutions to our partners soon and bring a better life for Bangladesh people,” he added.
“With our cloud services, we have been able to provide some great experiences to different companies in several sectors. We believe, cloud solutions should be accessible to everyone, and at Huawei, we are working relentlessly for the benefits of our partners with our latest technological innovation,” said eck Guan Neo, chief technical officer of the Huawei Cloud Asia Pacific Region.
The Huawei cloud had more than 210 products with different kinds of solutions, the press release said, adding that many of those solutions came from Huawei’s Enterprise Intelligence (EI).