Deng Tao, President of HUAWEI CLOUD Global Market launched the global action plan
Technology major Huawei said it has launched a global action plan to help customers around the world to fight COVID-19 with cloud and AI services. As part of the action plan, the Huawei Cloud will be providing free Artificial Intelligence and cloud services and will be recruiting partners around the world to help fight the pandemic.
Announcing the initiatives, Deng Tao, President of Huawei Cloud Global Market, said, “We have been working with partners in China to use innovative technologies such as cloud and AI to fight the pandemic and has accumulated practical experience with AI-assisted CT scan analysis, drug discovery, online education, and telecommuting technologies.”
“Now, we are launching an international action plan to share our practical experience with the international market. We will make every effort to leverage technology to help our customers around the world cope with the challenges faced in the midst of this crisis,” he added.
In the healthcare domain, Huawei provides EIHealth free of charge, which includes services such as viral genome detection, antiviral drug in silico screening, and AI-assisted CT patient screening service.
According to the company, in the education sector, it works with partners to provide online education services for schools and other educational institutions. It is also helping enterprises migrate businesses to the cloud to ensure continuous operations while the pandemic continues.
Huawei Cloud is now offering up to 1,500 hours of free cloud resources for each newly registered user.
The telecom major has also released the Anti-COVID-19 Partner Program, a program focused on five main scenarios: remote office, AI support, enterprise assistance, smart healthcare, and online education. Partners who participate in this program will also have the opportunity to obtain free cloud resources worth up to $30,000.