At the Asia-Pacific Spark Founders Summit, held simultaneously in Singapore and Hong Kong SAR, featured announcements of four initiatives — including the Cloud-Cloud Collaboration and Innovation Program — from HUAWEI CLOUD, with a key goal to supercharge startup growth.
Mr. Zhang Ping’an, Senior Vice President of Huawei, CEO of Huawei Cloud BU, and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service, said at the event: “Going forward, we will step up our support for startups through joint outreach by HUAWEI CLOUD and Huawei Mobile Services, as well as by leveraging our continuous technological innovation, global and local services, and high-quality business ecosystems.”
Huawei’s four initiatives to supercharge startup growth
“HUAWEI CLOUD has always been supporting startups.” Mr. Zhang Ping’an said during his speech. “Huawei works with local governments, leading incubators, well-known VCs, and universities, building support platforms for startups across many regions.” “We launched the Spark Program in Asia Pacific last year, with 40 startups joining us so far.” Mr. Zhang Ping’an added. “We have already helped four of these startups launch new products and completely transform their businesses, while helping eight enter new markets.”
- Initiative 1: Joint outreach by HUAWEI CLOUD and HMS
- Initiative 2: Continuous tech innovation
- Initiative 3: Global + local services
- Initiative 4: High-quality business ecosystems
HUAWEI CLOUD operates 45 availability zones in 23 different geographic regions around the world. In Asia Pacific, it operates seven AZs in Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, and Thailand, with local service teams in over 10 countries and regions. Capable of delivering cloud services globally with a consistent experience and superb performance, HUAWEI CLOUD is an ideal choice for startups in Asia Pacific that wish to expand into global markets.
HUAWEI CLOUD is second in China and No. 5 in the global IaaS market, and remains one of the fastest growing major cloud service providers in the world.
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