The Huawei logo can be seen at the IFA trade fair for consumer technology in the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak on September 3, 2020 in Berlin.
Michele Tantussi | Reuters
GUANGZHOU, China – Huawei steps up efforts in software areas such as cloud computing and smart cars as US sanctions affect hardware business.
Last week, Arcfox, a brand of automaker BAIC Group, launched a car powered by Huawei’s vehicle technology. It contained a cockpit equipped with HarmonyOS, Huawei’s operating system, was launched in 2019as well as autonomous driving skills. Huawei won’t build cars and instead focus on the technology that powers them.
And on Sunday, Huawei launched some new cloud computing products to challenge China’s leader Alibaba.
Huawei said in a press release on Sunday that it hopes the focus on the cloud “will ultimately increase the share of our software and services business in our total revenue mix.”
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