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Killexams : HUAWEI Professional-Data plan - BingNews Search results Killexams : HUAWEI Professional-Data plan - BingNews Killexams : Huawei May Have A Bold Clever Plan To Get Around US Chip Sanctions After the US Government denylisted and removed Huawei products from its infrastructure, the company has been effectively cut off from American semiconductors and general commerce. However, the company may have found a way to sidestep the three-year-old problem by spooling up its own fabs.

In 2019, the Central Intelligence Agency reported that the Chinese government directly funded Huawei and enabled the company to spy on its consumers. In the same timeframe, the National Defense Authorization Act went into play, restricting “American government agencies from using products from Huawei and their smaller competitor ZTE.” Moreover, the bans that went into place limited what Huawei could purchase from United States-based semiconductor manufacturers and other critical material manufacturers involved in the technology sector.

According to Bloomberg sources, the Chinese tech conglomerate is now supporting a small startup ordering equipment for a semiconductor manufacturing plant. Purportedly, the new semiconductor plant, called Pengxinwei IC Manufacturing Co. (known as PXW) and run by a former Huawei executive, will be built close to the Huawei headquarters as it is expected to be the plant’s biggest customer, buying “most, if not all, of its output.”

If successful, this would allow Huawei to regain its footing and begin producing devices in earnest again. However, it remains to be seen if PXW will violate U.S. trade sanctions in supplying Huawei, as that would limit what equipment can be purchased by the company. Moreover, it is reported that the company’s first products, expected in 2025, will be on 28-nanometer technology leaving the plant six or more generations behind.

Given the accusations and evidence against Huawei, it will be difficult for any company to affiliate with the denylisted organization. Some of the U.S. restrictions may extend to this new company and prevent PXW from getting off the ground. However, if not, it still sounds like Huawei will be comparatively stuck in the stone age of semiconductors for a little while.

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Killexams : New Data Protection Solution Launched by Commvault and Huawei

DUBAI, UAE, Oct. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- At the Huawei Connect 2022-Dubai, data protection and data management software company, Commvault, and Huawei launched a data solution to provide End to End (E2E), secure, and reliable data protection to enterprise customers.

The Commvault and Huawei solution brings a range of advantages.

  • Instant backup and recovery with 3x higher backup and 5x higher recovery bandwidths than similar products in the industry.
  • Optimal security with resilient ransomware protection and E2E encryption.
  • Extreme agility offers data protection for all data types, including physical, virtual, cloud, and Software as a Service (SaaS) data, all with just one system.

Nizar Elfarra, the Middle East, Regional Channel Director Commvault said: "For 10 years, we have cooperated with Huawei in data protection services, and this new solution effectively ensures data security and availability for all workloads in both on-premises and cloud environments for our customers."

Michael Fan, Director of Huawei Data Storage Solution Sales noted: "A change is going to come, with the shift from Disk-to-Disk-to-Tape (D2D2T) to Flash-to-Flash-to-Anything (F2F2X). Here, Huawei leads the market with its dedicated OceanProtect backup storage products and, together with its partners, will deliver industry leading backup solutions to customers, making it a premium backup storage option for various application workloads."

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Killexams : 2022 ICPC Europe Training Camp powered by Huawei held in Poland

[Wroclaw, Poland, October 17, 2022] Around 300 students from 11 countries completed a three-day on-site Training Camp initiated by the International Collegiate Programming Contest University Commons (ICPCU) on Sunday. Co-hosted by the University of Wrolcaw and Huawei, the camp aims to provide top-notch programming training for college-aged enthusiasts of mathematical modeling, algorithms, programming and data structure.

Ready, steady, go!

From October 14th to 16th in Miłocin Park in Pierwoszów, near Wroclaw, teams of students and young programmers met to practice and Boost their skills under the watchful eyes of supervisors, coaches and mathematical talents from around the world. For the first time in history of this global initiative, the 3-day educational program took place in Poland. More than 40 teams, some connected online while others joining on-site, were attracted to compete in algorithm programming during 3 training sessions led by experts. These courses allow the participants to practice and Boost their skills before the next stage of the finals. It was an exciting opportunity to meet new people, learn from others and get to know the practices and theories taught in different countries (such as Romania, Czech Republic or Israel).

"Huawei will continue to support contests & boot camps, and provide professional coaching to the ICPC community. We would also like to share with all of you real-world industrial problems that need to be solved in order to enable a fully-connected & intelligent world. Together, we can learn & grow through ICPC, and drive technological progress!" Zhou Hong, President of the Institute of Strategic Research at Huawei said.

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2022 ICPC Europe Training Camp powered by Huawei held in Poland

Huawei is committed to open research platform

One of the ongoing goals of Huawei is to actively support the local talent ecosystem. Huawei is committed to open research platforms that are oriented to the future of information terminals, computing, and connectivity. Huawei’s research and development in technologies and products is inevitably connected with mathematics, algorithms and software challenges, especially in the field of optics, wireless structures and mobile phones. Observations of similar Huawei-powered contests dedicated to young talents lead to the conclusion that students consider Huawei’s fields of work such as Cloud, social-app software and financial transactions as the best areas for practicing their skills in programming and mathematical modeling.

"The training camp is not only a meeting of minds, but also a platform for communications. Its value lies not only in the content, but also in the connections made through the training camps. Huawei has opened a window of opportunity for ICPC volunteers to participate in these activities without having to bear the financial burden." ICPC Global Executive Director. Dr. William B. Poucher said.

"ICPC Foundation training initiatives are crucial for raising new talent, aspirations, bringing people together and building new systems and services that will serve our neighbors. ICPC is about finding solutions to problems. Huawei has been supporting this initiative for several years, which allowed it to successfully grow, and provide opportunities for many students and coaches in different regions of the world. Only together, with academia and industry, we can make this world a better place, establish opportunities for next generations of problem solvers and find smart solutions for global needs." Veronika Soboleva, Director of ICPC Foundation Development said.

Equal education is the key to the digital inclusiveness

Huawei is committed to the eradication of inequality in the access to the new technologies – and therefore aims for a total inclusivity of the digital world. One of the most effective strategies that Huawei can introduce in this regard is to provide the opportunity to educate the youngsters from across the world. The company’s flagship educational program Seeds for the Future, which starts in just a few weeks, is one of its many initiatives providing the students with exposure on AI, Cloud or alternative energy resources. In just 2021, Huawei had cooperated globally with more than 300 universities and more than 900 research institutions. Huawei will also launch over 10 Tech Arena competitions in dozens of European countries.

"As an unswerving pioneer in digitalization, Huawei believes digitalization will be the key to unlocking a brighter future. This progress will become much easier if we involved the top talents in discipline design, school-enterprise joint training, science and technology competitions and other all-round and multi-level top talent discovery and cultivation initiatives. This is why just in 2021, Huawei invested RMB 2.7 billion in university cooperation, cooperating with more than 300 universities and more than 900 research institutions around the world," said Guo Shuaisheng, head of Huawei's Warsaw Research Center.

In Poland, Huawei has recently signed an agreement with WSB University in Dąbrowa Górnicza to provide students access to more practical courses, interesting conferences and more up-to-date study plans. It is just one of many collaborations that Huawei has conducted with Polish universities. The company has had talent cultivation programs such as co-developed deep learning courses for Warsaw university, algorithm research program in University of Jagiellonian, and other upcoming training program in Wroclaw University, Warsaw University of Technology, the Poznań University of Technology or Koźmiński University.

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Killexams : Huawei Suspected of Trying to Sidestep US Sanctions Using a Startup

Huawei remains a blacklisted company by the US government, but that apparently hasn't stopped it attempting to circumvent sanctions to get its hands on more advanced chips.

As Bloomberg reports(Opens in a new window), Huawei is thought to be "providing support" for a local startup called Pengxinwei IC Manufacturing Co. (PXW) which was founded in 2021. Why is that raising eyebrows? Because PXW is run by a former Huawei executive, is located close to Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen, and is ordering chipmaking equipment in order to build a semiconductor fab. Those orders include foreign suppliers, which Huawei no longer has access to.

It's currently unclear if PXW's plans violate US trade sanctions with China, but the US Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) has the startup on its radar. The relationship with Huawei hasn't gone unnoticed, with BIS explaining:

"BIS is constantly on the lookout for efforts to evade export controls, including those related to parties on the Entity List like Huawei, and uses open-source, proprietary and classified information to substantiate and then, when appropriate, apply our administrative or criminal law enforcement as well as regulatory tools to address violations."

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If PXW is allowed to import foreign equipment to manufacturer semiconductors, the company expects to start producing 28nm chips in 2025 (14nm and 7nm chips are also planned after that). It's unclear if Huawei will be a customer for those chips, but the strong link between the two companies at this early stage suggests Huawei would likely benefit from PXW's success, especially when it comes to producing networking hardware.

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Killexams : FCC Plans to Ban Sales of New Huawei, ZTE Equipment, Report Says

The US Federal Communications Commission plans to ban sales of all new telecommunications devices from Chinese tech companies Huawei and ZTE, Axios reported Thursday. The draft order, if approved by the commissioners, would seemingly also cover video devices from three other Chinese companies.

If it gets the go-ahead, the ban would be an escalation in the US government's sanctions against those companies and against Chinese tech firms in general. In 2019, the FCC barred Huawei and ZTE from receiving any of billions of dollars in federal subsidies meant to expand broadband access in the US.

In 2020, the FCC labeled the companies a risk to national security for their close ties to the Chinese military and the Chinese Communist Party. At that time, the FCC raised concerns that using equipment from the companies to build out the US 5G network could make the US vulnerable to surveillance and spying.

On Thursday, the agency said its efforts in this area are ongoing.

"The FCC remains committed to protecting our national security by ensuring that untrustworthy communications equipment is not authorized for use within our borders, and we are continuing that work here," FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel told CNET in an emailed statement.

After restrictions proposed last year, a Huawei spokesperson called the FCC's action "misguided and unnecessarily punitive" and that "blocking the purchase of equipment, based on a 'predictive judgement,' related to country of origin or brand is without merit, discriminatory and will do nothing to protect the integrity of US communications networks or supply chains."

The move is part of a deliberate shift away from Chinese telecommunications companies by the Biden administration and the Trump administration before it.

Huawei and ZTE didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Killexams : Huawei announce new wearables integrated with Strava

Huawei smartwatches offer incredible battery life and a plethora of workouts and features but the lack of third-party support has been a deal-breaker for some users. Hopefully, today sees the start of a new dawn for Huawei and their exciting news of support for the popular Strava app.

Today, Huawei announced that it is enabling data integration between Huawei Health and Strava. As a result, anyone using a Huawei wearable device may now export their data to a Strava account and benefit from the many activity tracking and social features of the programme.

A user's Strava account can now be seamlessly updated with accurate personal multi-sport performance statistics collected by Huawei Health as well as comprehensive route activity. This also means that Strava users may now benefit from several of the Huawei wearable devices' common features, such as their long battery life and accurate performance tracking data.

The functionality is available across Europe, including Ireland, and is compatible with all Huawei wearables, including the latest flagships the Huawei Watch GT3 Pro, Huawei GT Runner and the upcoming Huawei Watch D.

Adam Liu, Country Director at Huawei Ireland said: ‘’Huawei Health continues to be our chosen platform for our wearable users to comprehensively track their health and fitness activity. However, we recognise the popularity of Strava, in particular, its community and sharing capabilities. We are excited to offer our customers choice and flexibility and to introduce Strava users to the many benefits of Huawei’s wearable technology. We’re delighted to be taking another positive step forward, building a strong health and fitness community worldwide.’’

How to sync Huawei Health with Strava:

1. Log into the Huawei Health app 

2. Click on “Me” 

3. Scroll down and select “Privacy Management” 

4. Select “Data sharing and authorisation” 

5. Click on “Strava” 

6. Press “Connect with Strava” 

7. You’ll then be directed to the Strava website where you’ll need to enter your Strava account details and login into your account 

8. Allow the Huawei Health app to connect to your Strava account by clicking “Authorise”

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Killexams : Why storage is key in enabling APAC to unleash the power of data No result found, try new keyword!With the right storage solutions, organisations can unlock new levels of intelligence and power to thrive in the digital economy. Sun, 16 Oct 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : Huawei and IEEE UAE section jointly release L3.5 data center autonomous driving network white paper

Dubai, UAE: At HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 in Dubai, Huawei and IEEE UAE Section jointly released the L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network White Paper, with industry forerunners UAE's Ankabut and Commercial Bank of Kuwait (CBK) witnessing the release. This white paper provides deep insight into the architecture, key capabilities, and typical application scenarios of L3.5 autonomous driving networks (ADNs) in data center scenarios, as well as deployment practices for key sectors such as finance, public service, and energy. Serving as an informative point of reference for enterprises, this white paper can help to take the automation and intelligence of data center networks (DCNs) to new levels.

According to the white paper, as the digital economy becomes a key driver for global economic growth and enterprise data centers expand rapidly, data center networks urgently need to solve the following most pressing problems:

  1. Multi-cloud and multi-DC heterogeneous networks have become the norm for enterprises. As such, enterprise customers need to centrally manage and coordinate multi-cloud DCNs and multi-vendor network devices as well as implement highly automated networks.
  2. The ADN needs to seamlessly integrate into enterprises' O&M systems and IT processes, which vary significantly between enterprises, so as to implement intelligent closed-loop management throughout the process.

To address the preceding challenges, the White Paper proposes the L3.5 data center autonomous driving network, which implements high-level automation and intelligence capabilities such as unified management, flexible orchestration and collaboration, and simulation in multi-cloud and multi-vendor networks, in addition to interconnecting with enterprises' IT management systems to achieve end-to-end automation.

The White Paper illustrates the key technologies of L3.5 ADNs for data centers:

  1. Open programmability platform: centrally manages heterogeneous networks and devices.
  2. Intent orchestration platform: provides more than 100 generic NE models for flexible orchestration through drag-and-drop operations, implementing flexible orchestration of network-wide service flows without breakpoints. This, in turn, helps implement highly automated multi-cloud and multi-vendor heterogeneous networks and provision cross-cloud networks in seconds.
  3. APIs published from orchestrated service flows: are flexibly invoked by enterprise IT management systems on demand. In this way, the ADN can seamlessly integrate into enterprise O&M systems and IT processes, slashing the number of work orders and reducing the amount of repetitive manual work by more than 70%.

"Huawei's data center autonomous driving network is the industry's first to evolve from L3.0 to L3.5. This is the result of our deep insight into real-world service scenarios and pain points of customers across sectors such as finance, public service, and manufacturing, as well as our joint innovations with industry forerunners," said Arthur Wang, Vice President of Huawei's Data Center Network Domain. "The White Paper shares best practices across these sectors, with the aim to enhance enterprises' competitiveness in the digital economy era by optimizing their network architectures and operating modes and helping them build agile and reliable services while reducing their OPEX and CAPEX."

To date, Huawei's Data Center Autonomous Driving Network Solution has been deployed in data centers of more than 10,000 customers across sectors such as finance, public service, manufacturing, and energy.

To download the L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network White Paper, visit:


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Killexams : UK government pushes ahead with plans to remove Huawei 5G kit by 2027 No result found, try new keyword!The UK government has pushed on with its plan to remove Huawei's 5G kit from the UK's networks by the end of 2027, after issuing legal notices to 35 UK operators. In a statement today, the government ... Thu, 13 Oct 2022 03:29:00 -0500 en-US text/html Killexams : UK gives telco firms more time to remove Huawei 5G equipment from their networks
  • U.K. telcos will now have until December 2023 to remove Huawei 5G equipment from their network "cores," where some of the most sensitive data is processed.
  • The government had originally ordered them to do so by January.
  • BT CEO Philip Jansen had warned the ban may result network outages for customers if implemented too hastily.
An image of a woman holding a cell phone in front of a Huawei logo displayed on a computer screen. Canada on Thursday said it plans to ban the use of China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE 5G gearto protect national security, joining the rest of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network. © Provided by CNBC An image of a woman holding a cell phone in front of a Huawei logo displayed on a computer screen. Canada on Thursday said it plans to ban the use of China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE 5G gearto protect national security, joining the rest of the so-called Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network.

LONDON — The U.K. government extended a deadline for telecom companies to remove equipment from Chinese tech giant Huawei from their 5G mobile networks.

Telcos will now have until December 2023 to remove Huawei equipment, such as that used at phone mast sites and telephone exchanges, from their network "cores" — where some of the most sensitive data is processed. The government had originally ordered them to do so by January.

Meanwhile, a requirement for firms to reduce the level of Huawei equipment in their non-core networks to 35% has been delayed to October 31 2023 — later than an initial July ultimatum.

They will still need to ban new Huawei 5G installments and completely eliminate it from their networks by the end of 2027. The order was enshrined in law last year with a piece of legislation called the Telecoms Security Act.

Prime Minister Liz Truss's government has sent legal notices to 35 U.K. telecoms network operators to officially enforce the move.

Britain had initially said it would allow Huawei in its rollout of 5G networks. But in 2020, the government opted to ban Huawei over data security concerns. The Shenzhen-based firm was classed as a "high risk" vendor, meaning it posed possible risks to national security.

Officials on either side of the Atlantic are thinking Huawei's technology could allow China to spy on sensitive communications and other data. Huawei has long denied the claims and said moves to block it are "politically motivated."

That decision was a result of the National Cyber Security Centre's emergency review of Huawei shortly after the U.S. imposed sanctions on the Chinese giant cutting it off from key semiconductor supplies. The move also came amid an intense trade battle between China and the U.S. — a close ally to the U.K.

Previously, telecoms groups like BT and Vodafone had been told to remove Huawei 5G equipment from their "core" by January 2023. However, some companies took issue with the measures, concerned this didn't provide them enough time to strip out the equipment from their infrastructure, a costly exercise.

In June, BT requested an extension beyond the government's January 2023 for removal of Huawei from core 5G infrastructure, saying it might not meet the deadline due to delays caused by Covid-19 lockdowns. BT CEO Philip Jansen had even warned the ban may result network outages for customers if implemented too hastily.

Vodafone has already removed Huawei from its core.

In a press release Thursday, the government said it extended the January 2023 deadline to "balance the need to remove Huawei as swiftly as possible while avoiding unnecessary instability in networks."

A BT spokesperson wasn't immediately available when contacted for comment by CNBC.

U.K. Digital Minister Michelle Donelan said: "We must have confidence in the security of our phone and internet networks which underpin so much about our economy and everyday lives."

She added: "Thanks to this government's tough new laws we can drive up the security of telecoms infrastructure and control the use of high-risk equipment. Today I'm using these powers and making it a legal requirement for Huawei to be removed from 5G networks by 2027."

Ian Levy, technical director of the U.K. National Cyber Security Centre, said: "Society increasingly relies on telecoms and the NCSC, government and industry partners work closely to help ensure that these networks are secure and resilient in the long term."

 "The Telecoms Security Act ensures we can be confident in the resilience of the everyday services on which we rely, and the legal requirements in this Designated Vendor Direction are a key part of the security journey," he added.

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