Huawei's strategy could boost the crypto sector in LATAM

The Chinese multinational is committed to strengthening its segment in the cloud, specifically in Mexico and Chile, to positively contribute to the digital transformation of the territory.

Tecnología September 23
Kimberly Rodriguez Medina

The expansion of these data centers is an increasingly widespread practice by the company, which trusts in the potential for technological development that could occur in Latin America thanks to this type of strategic action. 

“We are going to bring digitization to every person, household, and organization. We want our customers to enjoy the cloud-native experience and through it be able to drive growth”, assured Fernando Liu, President of Huawei Latin Cloud America. 

Huawei Cloud began its presence in Latin America three years ago, and today they have already positioned itself as the fourth-largest cloud service in the entire region. 

According to data from 2021, the company has invested more than 20 million dollars in research, development, and innovation. 

So far, the company's cloud extension is capable of providing connectivity to 170 countries through 29 facilities spread around the world. 

But that's not all

Among the new technologies that are planned to be incorporated into the Huawei network, we find EWS (Exchange Web Service), the API that speeds up and facilitates the migration of applications to the cloud. 

The main objective of the technological giant for 2023 is to be able to continue integrating new technologies into the Latin American territory's network, in order to increase its speed and efficiency. 

Liu hopes that the cloud will become the basis on which to develop new technology projects of virtual reality, blockchain, metaverse, and NFTs. 


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