Speaking at a press conference in Shenzhen, China, where Huawei’s headquarters are located Executive Vice President of Huawei Ken Hu,
Ken Hu continued as follows; “In 2021, we will continue to exist in a complex and volatile global environment again. The resurgence of COVID-19 and geopolitical uncertainties will bring new challenges for the global community. we believe. “
All business groups ended 2020 with earnings
According to the activity report announced by Huawei; providing services to mobile operators Huawei Carrier Business Group has ensured the stable operation of more than 1 500 communication networks in more than 170 countries and regions in line with the increased needs of COVID-19. This is the users; It enabled them to perform tasks requiring mobile connectivity, such as remote work, online learning and online shopping, without any problems. According to the report, in the series of 5G experience tests made by independent organizations in major cities of the world, Huawei’s 5G networks ranked first in user experience. The company has also worked with operators around the world to implement more than 3,000 5G innovation projects in more than 20 industries such as coal mining, iron and steel, ports and manufacturing. Huawei’s sales revenue from network services in 2020 increased to $ 46.4 billion. On an annual basis, there was an increase of 0.2% compared to 2019.
Huawei Enterprise Business Group, on the other hand, has increased its efforts to create a digital ecosystem for “everyone” while developing solutions that are innovation-oriented and suitable for different scenarios last year. 253 “Fortune Global 500” companies and more than 700 cities around the world have chosen Huawei as their business and solution partner for digital transformation. In 2020, Huawei also announced Intelligent Twins, the industry’s first reference architecture for a smarter industrial ecosystem.
Company, during the epidemic has also signed technical solutions that are vital in combating the virus. for example cloud-based and artificial intelligence helped hospitals reduce the burden on their medical infrastructures with its supported diagnostic solution. Huawei also worked with partners to develop cloud-based online learning platforms for more than 50 million students. In 2020, Huawei Enterprise’s sales revenue increased to $ 15.4 billion, an increase of 23% year-on-year compared to 2019.
HarmonyOS and Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), the “1 + 8 + N” mobile ecosystem strategy was designed to provide consumers with a smart experience in all devices and scenarios focusing on smart office, sports, health, smart home, travel and entertainment. Expressing a long-term and sustainable strategy, “1 + 8 + N” aims to offer all the technological products and solutions required for a smarter future. The company also ranked at the top, reaching 730 million smartphone users worldwide in 2020. Huawei Consumer Electronics Group’s sales revenue in 2020 increased to $ 74.1 billion, while this figure increased by 3.3% on an annual basis.
All financial statements in the 2020 Annual Report have been tested by the independent international testing company KPMG.