RELEASE: MWC2024: Huawei launches the Intelligent Factory solution, creating a better, greener and smarter future

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RELEASE: MWC2024: Huawei launches the Intelligent Factory solution, creating a better, greener and smarter future

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BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 28, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- At MWC 2024, Huawei launched the smart factory solution, which was part of Huawei's manufacturing and large enterprise session on "Drilling into industries, creating a future better, greener and smarter. The session brought together industry leaders and experts to share the latest solutions and best practices in product R&D, production and operations management, while fostering cooperation.

Liu Chao, CEO of Huawei's Manufacturing and Large Enterprise Business Unit, said: "The integration of digital technology and the real economy is advancing. Huawei will continue to leverage technological innovation and industry knowledge to provide products and "smart solutions that cover the entire value chain of manufacturing companies. We will also collaborate with partners to better serve end customers." Liu went on to explain that Huawei aims to help enterprises improve their ICT infrastructure to accelerate product research and development and innovation, improve production efficiency while reducing costs, and ensure streamlined and sustainable business operations. .

Wang Zhiya, chief operating officer of Huawei's large enterprise and manufacturing business unit, hosted the launch of the smart factory solution. This solution adopts a "one cloud, one network and one platform" technology architecture, which streamlines engineering data flow, business information flow and production process flow.

Specifically, "one network" integrates IP, industrial passive optical network (PON) and 5G, allowing numerous large-scale devices to be seamlessly connected in multiple scenarios. Additionally, “one network” also boosts data collection efficiency to an industry-leading 1 million data points per second.

In addition, Huawei Cloud provides application and data enablement, as well as other services, to support intelligent applications such as advanced production scheduling and digital twins. This can help manufacturers shorten the order-to-delivery cycle while improving overall equipment effectiveness.

Regarding enterprise ICT infrastructure upgrades, Tamás Szabó, Data Center Manager at BorsodChem, shared his experience in building green data centers.

For intelligent business applications, Lili Yin, General Manager for Europe at Quicktron Robotics, presented the intelligent logistics operations system solution, co-created with Huawei. Yin also shared a project on rapid warehouse AMR powered by Huawei's AirEngine Wi-Fi 6.

Huawei believes that with constant interaction, sharing and collaboration efforts, digitalization and business intelligence will progress, leading to greater growth and a brighter future for the industry.

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