The event, called Huawei Cloud COMPASS 2023 and based in the southern city of Shenzhen, focuses on detailing how the application and technologies of this service can contribute to the rapid digital transformation of that area.
It brings together more than 200 representatives and executives from Latin America and the Caribbean linked to sectors such as the press, banking and transportation, and takes place in sessions that discuss different aspects of the subject.
During the opening of the forum, leaders of the Chinese firm revealed that cloud business or Huawei Cloud, in 2020 grew by 50 percent in that area, where they have five thousand customers and 1,400 partners.
The executive Fernando Liu predicted further progress of this tool in areas such as education, e-commerce, communications, the entertainment industry and the digital economy.
Other colleagues agreed on the priority given by the Chinese technology company to a region where it has been present since 1998 and ratified its commitment to provide the necessary solutions and innovation to enable a high standard digital transformation.
Accelerating the development of the Huawei Cloud is one of the alternatives promoted by the company to maintain its leadership in the sector and reverse the negative impact of the offensive led by the United States against it in recent years.