New Solutions And Services To Empower Developers Launched By Huawei In A Digital Economy
Huawei currently unveiled the release of new ICT technologies and enterprise-based solutions and services at its Huawei Developer Conference 2020 (Cloud) – known as HDC. Cloud 2020 – an annual flagship event took place for global developers in the ICT field. The conference serves as a way to build an international platform for exchanging ideas, trying out new things, and sharing the ICT capabilities Huawei has developed over the past 30 years.
In the course of the conference, Huawei reviewed its approach on computer vision and how it has opened up papers and algorithm code for global developers to break new ground in AI research, development, and deployment. Huawei similarly unveiled its Computer Vision Plan and invited global AI experts to take part in the research. Under the plan, Huawei will carry on with extensive investment in basic research, tackling the basic hurdles to efficiently mine knowledge from huge data, design efficient models for visual recognition, and represent and store knowledge.
The company further declared that MindSpore, the all-scenario AI computing framework, is now available in open source on Gitee, demonstrating Huawei’s commitment to building a global open source community to serve as the backbone for a vibrant AI software and hardware ecosystem. Huawei also launched ModelArts Pro, the first-ever AI app development suite for enterprises, which is live on HUAWEI CLOUD. ModelArts Pro is situated as an enterprise AI productivity tool on the cloud and provides an innovative model for placing industrial AI into practice by integrating the knowledge of experts in the field into corresponding suites and workflows that empower AI app developers.
In addition, Huawei exhibited some of the important applications for Huawei's Atlas AI computing platform on the cloud, edge, and devices. Zhang Dixuan, General Manager of Huawei Atlas Data Center Business, shared some of the best device-edge-cloud development practices by partners who had made use of the Huawei Atlas AI computing platform. The presentation encompass a detailed demonstration of the performance optimization process behind the high-density cloud AI inference solution, as well as the advantages of efficient edge inference and ultra-low-consumption device-side inference, which are based on cloud-edge collaboration.
Separately during the conference, the openEuler community unveiled its first Long-Term Support (LTS) edition. Huawei declared it is also working with four leading OS vendors, Kylinsoft, iSoft, Uniontech, and the Institute of Software Chinese Academy of Sciences (ISCAS), on commercial editions powered by openEuler. The announcement sets up a new milestone for the commercial readiness of openEuler-based operating systems. openEuler, the open source and free Linux distribution platform, offers an open community for developers globally and is now set to take the multi-core heterogeneous computing industry to the next level.