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Huawei Highlights Its Focus on Creating a Cloud Ecosystem at Huawei Cloud Congress 2015

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The 5th Huawei Cloud Congress (HCC2015) opened in Shanghai today. With the theme of Make IT Simple, Make Business Agile, the congress will focus on the idea of Transforming with Cloud, Setting New Benchmark. At the event, Huawei unveiled its latest cloud computing products and solutions. The event attracted more than 10,000 attendees from over 80 countries, including industry experts, opinion leaders, and Huawei partners. Attendees discussed the latest industry trends and explored transformation opportunities and challenges in the cloud era.

"We will focus on IT infrastructure, software platforms, and enterprise cloud services when creating a cloud ecosystem," said Eric Xu, Huawei 's Rotating CEO, when introducing Huawei 's cloud ecosystem strategy. "We will create a cloud ecosystem with business cooperation at its core and technical partnership and talent development as its foundation. This ecosystem will enable our partners to jointly expand the industry size and achieve mutual success."

Eric Xu continued, "In the coming years, Huawei will develop a leading cloud operating system (OS), Big Data platform, and PaaS platform by combining our technical strengths with those of our partners. Together, we will create an open and dynamic cloud ecosystem."

William Xu, Huawei 's Chief Strategy Marketing Officer, said, "We will adhere to our Being Focused and Being Integrated strategies. Alongside our partners, we will create an open cloud ecosystem to achieve co-existence. In addition, we will make box products more agile and platforms more open."

He emphasized, "We will not work on applications on the upper layers. Neither will we touch data on the lower layers."

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