NEW DELHI: Chinese telecom gear company Huawei’s founder and chief executive Ren Zhengfei said that the technology giant would be creating a united front with their partners, to collaboratively satisfy society and people worldwide.
“I think Huawei’s goal is to work hard to develop advanced technologies and provide cutting-edge services to humanity,” in a recent interview said.
The development comes after the heightened security apprehensions related to the company’s fifth-generation or 5G network deployments.
Earlier, the United States President Donald J Trump blacklisted the firm over alleged security malpractices and sought allies to follow the suit.
However, the nature of such a ‘united front’ remained unclear but it is apparently aimed to boost new technology deployments and upgrades in the wake of slowing down of potential business.
“We will enhance cooperation with any company that is willing to support us,” Zhengfei told reporters separately, according to a statement issued by the troubled company.
“Over the past 30 years, we have been staying in the front line to serve humanity. Huawei can always be found anywhere at any time, be it in war-torn or disease-ridden regions, or during natural disasters like the nuclear leakage in Japan,” the chief executive said.
The Chinese firm is holding Asia-Pacific Innovation Day in Chengdu, China, which will gather together experts, innovators, scholars, and policy-makers to explore innovative and meaningful applications of cutting-edge technologies such as 5G and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Huawei is planning to unveil its Kunpeng Ecosystem Base, and showcase innovations such as 5G telemedicine and AI application for children with hearing loss.