Intel and telecommunications equipment have on the Huawei Huawei Cloud Congress 2012 in Shanghai signed a statement, according to which they want to deepen their strategic cooperation in development. Together, competitive products and solutions for servers, storage, data center and cloud computing are designed to share with the company.
The partners plan joint product launches Huawei’s home market of China and other regions. They also want to combine monitoring of market developments, to vote in future strategies and to shorten product development cycles. This will be achieved through close coordination with each other and co-innovation. For customers, this means even faster access to new solutions.
“We are working excellently for over ten years, together with Intel,” said Zheng Yelai, president of Huawei’s IT division. “The global strategic intent to cooperate in IT will only help to strengthen Huawei and Intel relationship, and allow us to innovate based on customer demand by providing our customers and provide more efficient wertigere ICT solutions.”
Huawei uses Intel technology including in its July presented Server series Tecal V2. This is based on Intel Xeon series processors E5 and E7. Recently Huawei had announced to want to grow, especially in Asia and Europe. Recently concluded an agreement in Portugal followed earlier this week in a Japan with NTT DoCoMo.
In Australia and the U.S., the Chinese do, however difficult. In March, the Australian government said Huawei to bid on telecommunications equipment contracts. They evidently fears Huawei proximity to the Chinese government. Also, the U.S. House Intelligence Committee accused Huawei to build with its routers, base stations and mobile phones, a spy network. In October 2011, the U.S. Department of Commerce, for example, had prevented that Huawei participated in tenders for a wireless emergency notification system.