Huawei Philippines convenes Ecosystem Partner Summit featuring cutting–edge features of Huawei Cloud

Published May 11, 2020, 7:31 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

Huawei Chief Digital Officer Asia Pacific, Michael Macdonald presenting the features of Huawei Ai-Assisted Diagnosis.

Huawei Philippines’ Ecosystem Partner Summit featured the latest cutting-edge features of Huawei Cloud that aimed to assist both the education and health sectors during the pandemic. 

One of the Huawei CLOUD’s feature is the AI-Assisted Diagnosis that was installed within hospital premises to help the country’s fight in the pandemic. One of which was Baguio City’s Mayor, Benjie Magalong positive approval regarding the CT scan yielding a 98 percent accuracy rate in only two minutes. 

“AI-Assisted Diagnosis is six times faster in identifying infection in a patient. With Huawei AI-Assist, we can streamline and help identify potential issues in imaging,” Huawei Chief Digital Officer Asia Pacific, Michael Macdonald said, “Mayor Benjamin Magalong stated that powered by artificial intelligence the Huawei Covid-19 CT scan could yield 98 percent accurate results in just two minutes.” 

This fast procedure was made possible by Huawei’s synthesis of innovative features such as fiber, 5G, and Wi-Fi 6 that produced larger bandwidths, widespread connectivity, and low latency. 

“Taking a closer look at the solution, we see a combination of Wi-Fi access points connecting through a variety of devices like smartphone, switches, access routers, and 5G CPEs to enable collaboration and communication of doctors, paramedics, and patients securely and efficiently,” Macdonald said.  

Huawei’s Cloud also aims to jump-start the education system long halted by the global pandemic. With remote learning solution, students in all levels can participate in an online and interactive learning. 

“Huawei’s online learning solution provides interactive and collaborative solution for remote learning for basic education, higher or vocational education or even teacher training. By joining real live classes anywhere in the world, the Huawei interactive learning platform allows anyone to connect anytime and works on low bandwidth connections down to 64 kilobits per second,” Macdonald said.

The event also featured Huawei’s latest development including Wi-Fi6 and UPS Battery which boasts a whopping lifespan of 10 to 15 years. 

To culminate the event, several awards were given to partners. Accent Micro Technologies Inc. was awarded the partner of the year and Cloud & AI partner of the year, ICT Talents Partner of the Year award was given to Mapua University. Huawei also gave away prizes to the audience through an online Question and Answer portion. They gave away 3 Huawei Nova T, 1 Huawei MatePad Pro and Huawei P40 Pro was won by Raymond Chan.