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H11-851 HCNA-VC (Huawei Certified Network Associate - Video Conference)

HCIA-Video Conference certification covers basic knowledge and skills in video conference. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers have a basic understanding and command of mainstream VC technologies and are able to assist in planning and deploying small- and medium-sized VC systems using Huawei products and solutions. HCIA-Video Conference training focuses on general VC technologies, and the installation, configuration, deployment, routine O&M, and troubleshooting of VC systems. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers are competent for jobs related to the use and O&M of VC systems in small- and medium-sized enterprises.

HCIA-Video Conference is intended for the development of professionals who possess basic knowledge and skills in VC technologies. The certification focuses on basic VC communications technologies. HCIA-Video Conference certified engineers are competent for jobs related to the installation, configuration, deployment, routine O&M, and troubleshooting of VC equipment.

• With the rapid development of the Internet, communications technologies, and high-definition VC technologies, there have been growing demands for talents capable of designing and deploying VC systems, and talents who are able to provide maintenance and assurance service at important video conferences. To meet enterprises' needs for talents capable of VC system installation, configuration, deployment, and routine O&M, Huawei has developed the HCIA-Video Conference certification program.
• Adaptation to the development trend of VC communications technologies. Close integration of theoretical knowledge and products. Full coverage of end-to-end high definition (HD) technologies.

The HCIA-Video Conference exam covers Videoconferencing basis, H.323 protocol basis, H.323 Conference scheduling flow, basic knowledge of HD, 96 MCU, Cloud MCU, SMC , Web RTC?RSE6500 and Huawei telepresence products.
Key Points: 1) Introduction to Huawei Videoconferencing and application of Huawei Videoconferencing system;
2) Introduction to H.323 protocol and H.323 Conference scheduling flow;
3) Introduction to HD Terminal products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
4) Introduction to 96 MCU products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
5) Introduction to Cloud MCU products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
6) Introduction to Web RTC products, features, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
7) Introduction to SMC products, operations, maintenance and upgrading;
8) Introduction to Huawei telepresence products, operations and upgrading;
9) Introduction to RSE6500 products, operations, maintenance and upgrading.

• ExamOutline: HCIA-Video Conference exam Outline
• Training Material:HCIA-Video Conference Huawei Certified Network Associate-Video Conference Training
• Mock Exam:HCIA-Video Conference Examination
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After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the MWC returned in 2022 with an in-person event, and the 2023 edition won’t be an exception. This year's conference promises to be bigger, better, and more innovative, with many new products and services expected to be unveiled.

As we approach the show, many tech companies have already begun to release teasers and press conference dates, adding to the growing excitement for MWC 2023. In this article, we'll delve into the latest developments and highlight what to expect from the world's largest mobile event.

MWC 2023: Dates and Other Important Information

  • What is MWC 2023?: MWC, or Mobile World Congress, is the world's largest mobile event that takes place every year in Barcelona, Spain. The conference, organized by GSMA, showcases the latest advancements in mobile technology, from smartphones to next-generation wireless networks and more.
  • MWC 2023 Dates: MWC 2023 is scheduled to take place from February 27 to March 2, 2023.
  • Is MWC 2023 an in-person or virtual event?: While MWC 2023 is currently planned as an in-person event, there will be virtual options available, with many tech companies live-streaming their press conferences. For the latest information and updates from the trade show, be sure to stay tuned to Pocketnow.
  • Which brands will make the appearance?: Most of the big tech companies, including OPPO, HUAWEI, HONOR, Xiaomi, OnePlus, and Samsung, have confirmed that they will be present at the MWC 2023. However, brands such as Apple never participate or showcase their products at these tech conventions.

The Pocketnow team will be on the ground in Barcelona, bringing you up-to-the-minute news, hands-on reviews, and videos when the event kicks off on February 27. Be sure to stay tuned to our website and YouTube channel for all the latest updates. And in the meantime, check out our coverage of the gadgets and products we're expecting to hear about at MWC 2023.


Press Conference Date: February 27, 1:30 PM CET (7:30 AM ET)

HONOR has confirmed that it will be hosting its MWC 2023 event on February 27 at 1:30 PM CET (7:30 AM ET). The event, with the tagline "Unleash the Power of Magic," will be live-streamed, providing fans from all over the world with the opportunity to participate. Although the company has not made any official announcements, the teaser (shown above) features the names "Magic5 series" and "Magic Vs foldable," suggesting that global announcements for both devices are forthcoming.

Having already gone hands-on with the Magic Vs foldable, we were impressed with the brief time we had with the device, and we're eagerly anticipating a more in-depth look at the global version. Meanwhile, the Magic5 series is set to introduce flagship devices featuring top-of-the-line specs, including Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, big OLED high refresh rate displays, massive batteries, and fast charging capabilities.


At the Cloud 11 event, where the company unveiled the OnePlus 11 and the OnePlus Pad, OnePlus also confirmed that it will be participating in the MWC 2023. While there is not much information currently available about the OnePlus 11 Concept phone, there is speculation about the launch of the OnePlus folding phones in late 2023. It is possible that the Concept phone may be related to these upcoming devices.


Although HUAWEI Mobile hasn't hinted at any upcoming product launches, the company's ICT (Information and Communication) division has confirmed its attendance at MWC 2023. Yet, there are some reports that HUAWEI will launch smartphones as well as computing devices at the event. A HUAWEI spokesperson has even revealed that this year's showing will be the largest yet, with the manufacturer planning to take over the entire Hall 1 of the Fira Gran Via.

There are rumors circulating about the launch of the HUAWEI P60 series around March, so there's a chance the company could debut this smartphone at the event. There is also speculation that the HUAWEI Mate X3 foldable device, the successor to HUAWEI Mate Xs 2, could make an appearance in Spain as well.


Samsung just unveiled the Galaxy S23 series as well as the Galaxy Book3 lineup earlier this month. Despite the accurate announcements, the company still plans to make an appearance at MWC 2023. It's unclear what Samsung has in store for attendees this year, but it's worth keeping an eye on the company's announcements.


Press Conference Date: February 28, 4:00 PM CET (10:00 AM ET)

Realme has confirmed that it will officially introduce the highly anticipated Realme GT3 smartphone at MWC 2023. The company has even shown off the design of the Realme GT3, which is quite similar to the GT Neo5 it launched in China last week. Realme has also revealed that the GT3 smartphone will feature the world's fastest charging system, clocking in at a staggering 240W — we think it's overkill.


OPPO made headlines earlier this month with the global launch of its Find N2 Flip smartphone. But it seems the company has even bigger plans in store for February 2023. While OPPO has yet to confirm its presence at MWC 2023, rumors are swirling that the company will unveil its latest flagship smartphone, the OPPO Find X6 series, at the trade show. While details are scarce at this point, leaks suggest that the Find X6 will boast Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a powerful 50MP IMX989 sensor from Sony, featuring a 1-inch sensor size.


TECNO's plans for MWC 2023 are no secret, as the company has already announced that it will be present and launching a new product at the event. The company, in its press release, confirmed that it will launch the TECNO PHANTOM V Fold, its first-ever foldable smartphone, at the event. The device is set to be powered by a Dimensity 9000+ processor, and we're eager to see what other features it will offer.

And, oh, if you're going to the company's booth, you will also be able to check out the company's latest TECNO Phantom X2 Pro smartphone, which we reviewed recently.


Xiaomi plans to launch its Xiaomi 13 series globally at MWC 2023 after debuting it in China earlier this year. In an unconventional move, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced that the launch event for the series will take place on Feb 26, 2023. While the details of the series are already public knowledge, rumors suggest that Xiaomi may also unveil the Xiaomi 13 Ultra at the event. The Xiaomi 13 Ultra is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and feature a camera system developed in collaboration with Leica.


Motorola's plans for MWC 2023 remain unknown, but accurate leaks indicate that the flagship Motorola Edge 40 Pro, which was launched as the Moto X40 in China, might make its global appearance at the trade show. While there is speculation about a possible reveal at MWC, some sources suggest it could also debut in India a month later, in March 2023. We'll have to wait and see what Motorola has in store for us.


Nokia has confirmed its presence at MWC 2023, but don't expect to see any new smartphones or smart devices from the company. Instead, Nokia's official agenda focuses on the development of future technologies and highlights syllabus such as 5G and 6G.

This concludes our preview roundup of the MWC 2023. We hope you are as excited as us about the upcoming tech show. Which brand announcement are you most looking forward to? Let us know in the comments section below!

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Killexams : Chinese mobile masts loom over the Munich Security Conference

MUNICH, Germany — As the world’s security elite gathers in Munich this week, they’ll be connecting their mobile phones to Chinese telecoms equipment surrounding the venue.

Heads of state, security chiefs, spooks and intelligence officials head to Germany on Friday for their blue-riband annual gathering, the Munich Security Conference. On the event’s VIP list are U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron and hundreds more heads of state and government, ministers and foreign dignitaries.

The gathering takes place at the five-star Hotel Bayerischer Hof. From its ice-themed Polar Bar on the hotel’s rooftop, you can overlook the city's skyline, spotting multiple telecommunications antennas poking between church steeples. Some of these antennas, within 300 meters of the hotel, are equipped with hardware supplied by controversial Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, POLITICO has learnt through visual confirmation, talks with several equipment experts and information from industry insiders with knowledge of the area’s networks. 

One mast, on top of the Hotel Bayerischer Hof building itself, is also potentially equipped with Huawei gear, talks with two industry insiders suggested.

The question of whether to allow Chinese 5G suppliers into Western countries in past years became a bone of contention between Berlin on the one hand and Washington and like-minded partners on the other. This week’s gathering also comes as the U.S. continues to call out Germany’s economic reliance on Beijing, with a new report showing the German trade deficit with China exploded in 2022, and amid sky-high tensions between Washington and Beijing over surveillance balloons hovering over the U.S., Canada and elsewhere.

“The dependence on Huawei components in our 5G network continues to pose an incalculable security risk,” said Maximilian Funke-Kaiser, liberal member of the German Bundestag and digital policy speaker for the government party Free Democratic Party (FDP). 

“The use of Huawei technology in the mobile network here runs counter to Germany's security policy goals,” Funke-Kaiser said, calling the vendor’s involvement in German 4G and 5G “a mistake in view of the Chinese company's closeness to the state.”

Huawei has consistently denied posing a security risk to European countries. 

Delving into data

Despite extensive reporting, POLITICO was unable to gather on-the-record confirmation of which vendor’s telecoms equipment was used for which masts. Operators and vendors refused to disclose the information, citing contractual obligations, and local authorities said they didn’t have the information available.

The security risks associated with Huawei equipment also vary, and differ even among close allies in the West. Some capitals argue the real risk of Chinese telecoms equipment is the overreliance on a Chinese firm in an unstable geopolitical situation — much like Europe relied on Russian gas for its energy needs.

But others argue that the risk runs deeper and that China could use Huawei’s access to equipment and data in European mobile networks — especially in areas of critical importance and high sensitivity — to put the West’s security at risk. Huawei has been implicated in a number of high-profile espionage cases, including at the African Union Headquarters.

The Munich Security Conference takes place at the five-star Bayerischer Hof hotel | Ronald Wittek/EPA-EFE

When asked about Huawei’s presence in Munich, Mike Gallagher, a Republican and Chairman of the U.S. House select committee on China, said POLITICO’s findings were “troubling” and “should concern every individual attending the conference.” 

The chair of the U.S. Senate intelligence committee, Mark Warner, a Democrat who’s attending the conference, said it was “a timely reminder that we must continue to work with like-minded allies to promote secure and competitively priced alternatives to Huawei equipment.”

U.S. Senate intelligence committee Vice Chair Marco Rubio (Republican, Florida) said U.S. diplomats “should be aware of the risks and take necessary precautions.”

Munich networking

From a 2007 speech by Russia’s Vladimir Putin to U.S. President Joe Biden’s virtual address at the start of his mandate in February 2021, the conference strives to set the global diplomatic and international relations agenda. Its organizers see it as an open space for debating geopolitics and world affairs, with attendees ranging from across the world and an advisory board where Chinese state officials sit alongside Western diplomats and titans of industry.

The conference’s guest list reveals something else too: The gathering is seen as critical by U.S. government officials. This year, the U.S. is sending its largest delegation yet, with Harris flanked by dozens of government officials, security chiefs and congresspeople, including Democrat leader Chuck Schumer, Republican leader Mitch McConnell and others.

For these U.S. attendees — and the Western partners that see eye to eye with the U.S. position on China’s telecoms giant Huawei — the networks around the premises prove troublesome.

An online map on the website of Germany’s telecoms agency, the Bundesnetzagentur, shows 13 locations for masts and antennas surrounding the Hotel Bayerischer Hof. The agency also provides information about which of the country’s three main operators — Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone and Telefónica — use which locations. 

POLITICO shared photos of seven masts near the hotel with four experts specialized in telecoms radio access network (RAN) equipment. These experts established that at least two were equipped with gear of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei.

If a network operator has one mast equipped with Huawei in Munich, it likely equips all masts in the area with the same vendor, two industry insiders said. Operators usually use one provider for larger areas. This means at least one other location is also likely equipped with Huawei gear, the insiders said. Three other locations, including the mast on the roof of the conference venue, are used by an operator using Huawei equipment but those locations are part of infrastructure that is shared by several operators, meaning there's a chance these are equipped with Huawei gear but it's unconfirmed. 

The findings are in line with accurate reports on Germany’s telecoms infrastructure.

Europe’s largest economy is a stronghold for Huawei in the West. A report by boutique telecoms intelligence firm Strand Consult estimated that Germany relies on Chinese technology for 59 percent of its ongoing 5G network deployment. The country already had a massive reliance on Chinese equipment in its 4G network, where Strand estimated Huawei accounts for 57 percent. 

In February 2021, U.S. President Joe Biden delivered remarks at the virtual event hosted by the Munich Security Conference — Biden stressed the United States' commitment to NATO after four years of the Trump administration undermining the alliance | Pooled photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

“If you look at the percentage of Chinese equipment in Germany, you could say it is the most unsafe country in Europe,” said John Strand, founder of Strand Consult. “Welcome to the Munich Security Conference: We can’t ensure your security,” he quipped.

Black hole of telecoms intelligence

Establishing with certainty just how many of the 13 masts are equipped with Chinese telecoms gear is extremely difficult. Both German operators and their vendors have a policy to not communicate what equipment they’re using in which locations, citing contractual obligations on confidentiality. 

Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone confirmed that they use Huawei in their German antenna networks. Telefónica said they use “a mix of European and international network suppliers” in Germany. Yet, all declined to comment on whether they use Huawei in Munich. 

Ericsson, Nokia and Huawei all declined to comment on whether they were providing gear in the greater Munich area, referring questions to the local operators.

Government regulators, too, divulge no details of which suppliers provide gear for certain locations. The Federal Network Agency and the Federal Office for Information Security admitted they don’t know which equipment is fitted to which mast; both referred to the interior ministry for answers. The interior ministry said it “does not usually know which critical components are installed on which radio mast in detail.”

The Hotel Bayerischer Hof forwarded questions about mobile infrastructure on its roof to the security conference’s organizers.

The Munich Security Conference itself said in a statement: “As a matter of principle, we do not comment on the exact details of the infrastructure used for the main conference in Munich. We are in close contact with all relevant authorities in order to secure the conference venue, the participants and the digital space accordingly.” 

The Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) does provide its own security networks for official events, but the Munich Security Conference is “outside the responsibility of the BSI,” the BSI said in an email.

Germany's telecoms ambiguity

Through its 5G equipment it is feasible for Huawei to spy on users of a network or to disrupt communications as the very design of 5G makes it harder to monitor security, the head of the U.K.'s intelligence service MI6, Alex Younger, said to an audience in his second public speech.

But John Lee, director of the consultancy East-West Futures and an expert on Chinese digital policy, said it’s “not a clear cut technical case” as to whether Huawei equipment in current telecoms networks represents a material security risk.

“Some non-Western countries are proceeding to upgrade their telecoms infrastructure with Huawei as a key partner,” Lee said. “This is still mainly a political issue of how much suspicion is placed on the ambitions of the Chinese state and its relationship with Chinese companies.”

In an effort to coordinate a common approach to vendors, the EU developed “5G security toolbox” guidelines in 2019 and 2020 to mitigate security risks in networks. Some major European countries, including France, have imposed hard restrictions for their operators, including by limiting the use of “high-risk vendors” — a term widely understood across Europe to be Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE — in certain strategic geographic areas.

In Germany, however, policymakers took years to agree on their framework for 5G security. In April 2021 — more than a year after the EU’s joint plan came out — it passed measures that allowed the government to intervene on operators’ contracts with Chinese vendors. 

But those interventions haven’t barred the use of Huawei in certain geographical areas yet. 

And the interior ministry — which has veto power to ban or recall certain components if they see them as an “impairment of public order or safety” — hasn’t intervened much either, a ministry spokesperson said via email. 

Up till now, the spokesperson said, specific orders to cut Huawei from German networks “have not been issued.” 

Alex Ward, Maggie Miller and Tristan Fiedler contributed reporting.

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Killexams : Huawei P60 Series Might Be Showcased at MWC Barcelona 2023 No result found, try new keyword!Huawei is known for producing high-quality cameras, and the P60 series should be no exception. According to rumours, the smartphones would have three cameras: a primary camera, a wide-angle lens ... Sat, 11 Feb 2023 23:06:00 -0600 en-US text/html https://www.gizmochina.com/2023/02/12/huawei-p60-series-might-be-showcased-at-mwc-barcelona-2023/ Killexams : How to obtain Zoom on Huawei smartphone

Downloading Zoom on a Huawei smartphone might be more manageable. You must follow our step-by-step tutorial on how to obtain Zoom on a Huawei device. Zoom is compatible with any Huawei device, whether a smartphone or tablet. Using applications like Zoom on Huawei devices with a high-quality screen display provides you with the best experience.

You can collaborate with participants remotely for content sharing and whiteboarding. The loud notification sound speaker on Huawei ensures you get the notification of your next meeting in advance. To obtain Zoom Cloud Meetings on a Huawei smartphone, you can use the pre-installed AppGallery, which comes with all Huawei devices.

How to obtain Zoom on Huawei Smartphone

Step 1: Launch 'AppGallery' from your home screen.

Step 2: Tap the search bar, type 'Zoom,' and click on 'SEARCH.'

Step 3: Select 'Zoom Cloud Meetings' from the list on your Huawei smartphone and click on it to download zoom on Huawei.

Step 4: Wait for the application to be downloaded, then select the application from your downloads list.

Step 5: Click 'Install.’

Step 6: Continue to 'Sign Up' or 'Sign In' to Zoom.

AppGallery on the Huawei phone allows you to install any application on the internet free of cost. After downloading Zoom on Huawei successfully, you can create a new account using your email ID. If you already have an account, you can log in to Zoom on your Huawei smartphone and continue your work hassle-free. Huawei smartphones provide you the perfect resolution to complete tasks in Zoom meetings. Huawei provides four gesture-controlled system navigators on its latest devices, making working easy. That makes using Zoom on Huawei a lot better.

How to update Zoom using AppGallery

The steps to update Zoom or any other application in particular from AppGallery is super simple. Here’s how:

  1. Visit AppGallery.
  2. Go to the “Me” section.
  3. Locate the app you want to update (Zoom, in this case). If an update is available, the “Update” button will be right beside the app name.
  4. Hit the “Update” button and in a few seconds, you’ll have the latest version of the Zoom app.


The simple guide takes you through the detailed process of installing Zoom on Huawei smartphones. Regarding using Zoom on Huawei, the smartphone holds the best reviews from thousands of users worldwide in the meeting solution market.

For more information, you may also visit our YouTube video about downloading Zoom for your Huawei phone.


Can I use Zoom on a Huawei phone?

Yes, the Zoom application can be installed and launched on the Huawei device using Huawei’s official app marketplace, “AppGallery.

Can you use other apps in Huawei while in a meeting on Zoom?

On zoom in Huawei smartphones, you can keep other apps running in the background and work on them even if you are in a meeting.

Can Zoom inform the host about the applications I’m using while in the meeting?

Zoom cannot inform the host if you open a different application while in a meeting; Zoom cannot tell the host whether you are using a Huawei device or a different mobile.

How do you join a meeting on Zoom in Huawei?

Install the app via AppGallery. Login to your Google account or Sign up for a new one. Then tap “Launch meeting” on Zoom to join or create a new meeting.

Why should I use Zoom on Huawei?

The new Huawei smartphones have an OLED screen, which allows you to use its dark mode feature on Zoom. This helps you save a ton of battery life, although it is optional because Huawei comes with excellent battery life. Huawei provides you with the feature of having a traditional app drawer to organize applications by your preference. It lets you connect with various participants simultaneously without facing any quality issues. It provides high-quality calls with different inbuilt functionality and tools.


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Killexams : You’ve never seen a smartwatch like the new Huawei Watch Buds

Here’s a product you probably haven’t seen before. Meet the Huawei Watch Buds, a smartwatch with a pair of true wireless earbuds inside. That’s right, it’s a two-in-one solution to a problem you didn’t know existed.

But before you dismiss it as being a ridiculous gimmick, Huawei may actually be on to something here, and there’s no doubt this is a properly thought-out product, and not something sketched out on a napkin during a drunken night out.

Person using the Huawei Watch Buds, with the smartwatch open on the wrist.

You don’t have to worry about carrying around or forgetting to pick up your earbuds when you wear the Watch Buds. The screen flips up, and they are inside. The tiny earbuds aren’t marked left or right, as they intelligently understand which ear they are placed in, plus the symmetrical shape and lack of contacts mean they just pop back inside the smartwatch without fiddling around to make sure they’re placed correctly to charge. For someone who doesn’t use earbuds that often, hates the fiddly cases, and rarely remembers to even have them nearby, the Watch Buds could solve a few problems.

They’re also tiny at just 21mm long and 10mm across, and incredibly light at only 4 grams. Huawei says the Watch Buds earbuds are about 50% smaller than most other true wireless earbuds. This doesn’t mean they lack features, though. AI-powered noise cancellation is onboard and there are dual microphones, as well as wear detection, wind noise suppression, and even a clever gesture control system that responds to taps on the earbud, or your actual ear. It’s an important consideration considering how small the buds are. Huawei has chosen a pair of planar diaphragms with quad magnets for sound.

Showing the open and closed Huawei Watch Buds.

Then you’ve got the smartwatch itself. It has a 1.43-inch AMOLED screen that magnetically locks closed over the earbuds, and the special hinge has been tested up to 100,000 openings to ensure it remains durable. When it’s closed, the smartwatch has an IPX7 water-resistance rating, and the buds themselves have an IPX4 rating. On the back of the smartwatch’s case is a heart rate sensor, and the watch tracks all your activity as usual. It will connect to either Android or iOS phones using Huawei’s own app, and it tracks workouts and movement through the Huawei Health app.

The downside of squeezing a pair of earbuds inside a smartwatch is that battery life for both has been affected. Huawei claims the smartwatch will last for about three days with normal use, and the earbuds around three hours with the noise cancellation active. That’s not great when we’re used to seeing at least twice that number for both when they aren’t combined. The ease of charging does take away some of the frustration here, though.

Person wearing the Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch and earbuds.

Huawei knows what it’s doing with smartwatches, has a long history of producing headphones and earbuds, and has worked on hinges for folding smartphones from the very beginning. All the ingredients and expertise are there to make a product like the Watch Buds, but it’s still an open question as to how many people will see them as useful or not. Amazingly, it’s not the only accurate device that hides a pair of earbuds inside, as HMD Global released the Nokia 5710 XpressMusic phone last year with the same trick. Maybe you can get both, and have a choice of earbuds?

Preorders open on February 15, with deliveries expected to begin on March 1 in the U.K., where they cost 449 British pounds. This converts over to about $545 U.S., and that makes them quite expensive. Huawei will argue you’re getting two products for this price, which is accurate, but you could get an Apple Watch SE 2 and a pair of third-generation AirPods for less, so you’ll really have to believe in the convenience of carrying earbuds around inside your smartwatch to consider them a good value.

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Killexams : Beijing to host artificial intelligence conference amid ChatGPT frenzy, joining other cities in promoting the industry
  • Beijing's Mentougou district is hosting an AI conference on February 13, with Huawei, Baidu and other tech firms set to join
  • Shanghai, Shenzhen and Tianjin all have industry events, as China pours resources into AI while hype around OpenAI's ChatGPT raises the tech's profile

Beijing is the latest Chinese city set to host a large artificial intelligence (AI) conference this year, with the February 13 event to be attended by Big Tech players including Huawei Technologies and Baidu, which comes as the country is gripped by a ChatGPT frenzy amid global excitement over the technology from San Francisco-based start-up OpenAI.

The city's Mentougou district government announced the Beijing Artificial Intelligence Industry Innovation and Development Conference in a post to its official WeChat account on Wednesday. The local government is a sponsor of the event and said the conference is meant to promote the city's AI industry.

Government officials and industry players are scheduled to attend the event, where companies will showcase their tech's business applications to "explore opportunities of AI and build up an open, win-win ecosystem".

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The event shows how AI is receiving increased attention from local Chinese governments as an emerging technology that could potentially be used to upgrade other industries.

Shanghai has been hosting the annual World AI Conference since 2018 as a venue for the country to showcase its achievements in the industry and communicate with global leaders in the field.

Tianjin, a port city southeast of Beijing, also announced this week that it will host the World Intelligence Conference in May to pull together China's leading AI experts and executives to discuss the tech's future, according to a notice published to the municipal technology bureau's website.

Separately, Shenzhen will host the Artificial Intelligence Exhibition in mid-May after being pushed back from the original date last November as a result of China's strict zero-Covid controls.

Governments' increasing show of support for AI comes as investment in the industry has surged thanks to a flurry of new product launches from tech giants including Microsoft and Google.

Chinese firms roll out ChatGPT services even though it is not officially available

Tech giants have rushed to respond to the overwhelming popularity of ChatGPT, which has shown a surprising level of competence in responding to sophisticated prompts.

OpenAI's new product amassed more than 100 million monthly active users by January, just two months after its launch, making it the world's fastest-growing consumer application in history, according to a accurate UBS note.

Microsoft, an investor in OpenAI, has started to integrate ChatGPT tech into its own products, including its Bing search engine. Google has also responded by trialling a similar service based on its LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) neural language models.

People interact with the AI-powered Microsoft Bing search engine and Edge browser during an event at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington, on February 7. Photo: Bloomberg © Provided by South China Morning Post People interact with the AI-powered Microsoft Bing search engine and Edge browser during an event at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington, on February 7. Photo: Bloomberg

Chinese companies, including Baidu, a partner of the Beijing AI event, have also jumped on the bandwagon.

While some companies' claims of baking ChatGPT-like services into their businesses appear to be little more than public relations stunts, Beijing-based Baidu has been investing heavily in AI and autonomous driving for years.

On Tuesday, the internet search giant said its own AI chat service called Ernie Bot would launch in March.

Shares of Baidu surged more than 13 per cent in Hong Kong on the news.

Lu Yanxia, a research director with IT consultancy IDC, said that despite the headlines, ChatGPT's impact on the market will be limited in the short term.

"In the long run, these [AI chatbot] models will retreat from the market," Lu wrote in a note about ChatGPT. "The real revelation is that these language models will evolve and contribute to the advent of general AI."

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Killexams : Huawei smartwatch with built-in earbuds goes global

The Huawei Watch Buds is Huawei’s smartwatch with built-in earbuds, and it just went global. This smartwatch was first announced back in December, in China. Today, Huawei announced its global variant and availability.

The Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch with built-in earbuds goes global

This smartwatch basically has all the benefits of the regular Huawei smartwatch, but with earbuds included on the inside. It’s actually quite impressive how Huawei managed to pull this off, and still keep the battery durability above the competition. Huawei claims you can get three days worth of battery life here. That is considerably lower than on something like the Huawei Watch GT 3 or GT 3 Pro, but above what Samsung offers, for example.

The Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch comes with a magnetic pop-up cover, for when you need to access the earbuds. The watch itself acts as a charger for those earbuds too, of course. The earbuds themselves get magnetized on the inside too.

It features a sharp, AMOLED display

The watch is made out of metal (stainless steel), and there is a button / rotating crown on the right side of it. A 1.43-inch 466 x 466 AMOLED display sits on the front, so Huawei didn’t really cut corners in the display department either.

Huawei says that the watch is 14.99mm thick, which is a feat on its own considering everything that sits on the inside. It also supports wireless charging, and comes with a wireless charging cradle. Speaking of which, a 410mAh battery is included here

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The magnetic pop-up cover has been thoroughly tested

Huawei also says that it thoroughly tested this watch, so the pop-up cover has been tested for 100,000 times openings and closings, giving some you some piece of mind. It also endured a 5kg stress test, amongst others.

The earbuds come equipped with the Adaptive Identification Technology, and touch controls. Huawei even managed to include noise cancellation in these small earbuds. On top of that, it included a quad-magnetic full-Range Planar Diaphragm drove. They also support Triple Adaptive EQ.

There are 80 sports modes included here

Now, the watch comes with 80 sports modes, amongst which are 10 professional sports modes. It can also show you your notifications, and much more. All you need to do is grab the Huawei Health app from the AppGallery. Yes, this watch is compatible with both Android and iOS.

The Huawei Watch Buds smartwatch will become available in Europe starting from March 1. It will be available from the Huawei Store, and other authorized e-commerce platforms and retailers. The price will be £449.99 in the UK, while we still don’t have the price in Euros. It will likely be an equivalent of that, or close to it (€‎499.99 perhaps, or something like that).

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Killexams : Huawei turns to patents for a lifeline — including those in the U.S.

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei saw revenue decline in 2021 for the first time on record.

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BEIJING — Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is turning to patents for a lifeline as the company seeks to forge a path forward in advanced chip technology — the prized tech which the U.S. is trying to cut off from China.

In 2022, Huawei announced it signed more than 20 new or extended licensing agreements for its patents. Most were with automakers, for 4G and LTE wireless technology, the company said.

Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW and at least one U.S. automaker were among the licensees, said Huawei's global intellectual property head Alan Fan. He said he wasn't able to say which American company.

Huawei has more on the way — and filed a record number of more than 11,000 patent applications with the U.S. in 2022, according to IFI Claims Patent Services. Their analysis showed just under half typically get approved each year.

But the sheer number of patents filed meant Huawei ranked fourth last year by the number of patent grants in the U.S., IFI said. Samsung was first, followed by IBM and TSMC.

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"The U.S. is still a substantial market that everybody wants to have a part of," said IFI Chief Executive Mike Baycroft. "They want to make sure when they're developing those technologies that they're protecting those IP [intellectual property] rights for the U.S. market for the European market."

Over the last two years, Huawei's U.S. patents have increased the most in areas related to image compression, digital information transmission and wireless communication networks, according to IFI.

The U.S. government put Huawei on a blacklist in 2018 that restricted its ability to buy from American suppliers. By October 2022, the U.S. made it clear that no Americans should work with Chinese businesses on high-end semiconductor tech.

The potential of patents

Huawei's revenue dropped for the first time on record in 2021, and the consumer division that includes smartphones reported sales plunged nearly 50% to 243.4 billion yuan ($36.08 billion).

For Huawei, licensing its patents to other companies has the potential to claw back a bit of that revenue.

Alex Liang, partner at Anjie & Broad in Beijing, pointed out that having ceased operations in certain business areas allows the company to realize patent revenue that previously existed primarily on paper.

"Huawei's situation is similar to Nokia's when the first generation iPhone came out," Liang said. "Nokia was quickly losing market share to Apple and lots of their patents no longer [had] to be licensed in exchange for other licenses to protect their phone business."

Companies that share technical areas with Huawei ... should all beware that a giant patent monetization player is jumping into their respective pool and will make a splash.

Alex Liang

partner, Anjie & Broad

Nokia generated 1.59 billion euros ($1.73 billion) in sales last year from patent licensing — about 6% of its total revenue. The company said in 2022 it signed "over 50 new patent license agreements across our smartphone, automotive, consumer electronics, and IoT [Internet of Things] licensing programs."

Nokia and Huawei extended their patent licensing agreement in December. Huawei also announced licensing deals with South Korea's Samsung and China's Oppo.

"As far as I know, Huawei is aggressively pushing for the monetization of its patents," Liang said.

"It is one of the most important [key performance indicators] of their IP department, if not yet the single most important," he said.

"So any other companies that share technical areas with Huawei — such as telecommunication, phones, IoT, automobiles, PC, cloud service, and so on — should all beware that a giant patent monetization player is jumping into their respective pool and will make a splash."

Huawei pushed back at the idea it was building a business in patent monetization.

The company's IP head Fan said his department is "a corporate function, not a business unit," and that it redirects royalties to the research departments that filed the patents to fund further research.

"We actively support patent pools and similar platforms, which license patent not just for us, but also for other innovators at the same time," Fan said in a statement.

The company previously said it expected $1.2 billion to $1.3 billion in revenue from licensing its intellectual property between 2019 and 2021. Huawei did not break down specific figures, and only said it met its intellectual property revenue expectations for 2021.

A business of that size would still be a tiny fraction of the company's overall revenue. Huawei said in December it expects 2022 revenue of 636.9 billion yuan, little changed from a year ago. Cloud and connected cars are other business areas the company has sought to develop.

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Huawei has "been floundering around since the demise of their handset business," said Paul Triolo, Senior Vice President for China and Technology Policy Lead at Albright Stonebridge Group. "I don't think they had a choice in terms of sort of boosting their licensing revenue."

"The question is what do they do for 6G [in] five years?" he said. "Are they still going to play a patent game? They can't really manufacture the equipment. They're sort of stuck if they can't figure out the semiconductor piece in terms of going forward."

Still, Huawei said it spent 22.4% of 2021 revenue on research and development, bringing total category spending to more than $120 billion over the last decade.

Progress in chip tech?

Some of the research is in semiconductor manufacturing. Huawei has filed for a patent in the highly specialized area of lithography technology used for making advanced chips, according to a disclosure late last year on the China Intellectual Property Administration website.

"It's significant in the sense that each individual piece of a complicated technology like EUV [extreme ultraviolet] is not that difficult to sort of make progress on," Triolo said. "Turning that into a commercial system at scale that can boost commercially is a huge, huge task."

Right now, Netherlands-based ASML is the only company in the world that can make the extreme ultraviolet lithography machines needed to make advanced chips.

Not only did it take ASML about 30 years to develop EUV on its own, but the company had the benefit of unrestricted access to thousands of suppliers and international industry groups, Triolo said. "What China really lacks is these international consortia."

But he didn't rule out the possibility that China's national champion could help Beijing build up its semiconductor industry.

"Huawei has a very capable group of engineers," Triolo said. It's "probably a five-to-seven year process to build something commercially viable — only if everything goes well, if there's substantial funding. The Chinese government is going to have to step up here."

Other Chinese companies are also pouring resources into intellectual property.

IFI's rankings of companies' and their subsidiaries' global patent holdings showed a number of Chinese giants among the top 15, including the state research organization Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Appliance companies Midea and Gree also ranked high globally, among South Korean and Japanese heavyweights, the data showed.

"The rise in Chinese innovation has been in plain sight for a long time," said IFI CEO Baycroft. "Why shouldn't we expect that China is innovating today like everybody else? Like Japan, like Germany, everybody's in this game. It's not just the U.S."

— CNBC's Arjun Kharpal contributed to this report.

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