Friday, 19 August 2022

Huawei Digital Power plans new $632m HQ

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 21 February 22

With Huawei’s core business still feeling the pressure of US sanctions, the company is diversifying, with more energy efficient tech a key focus

Huawei first announced its new Digital Power business unit last summer, aimed at developing low-carbon systems for various market segments, including data centres and electric vehicles.  At the time, the Chinese vendor noted that reaching carbon neutrality had become a shared target for more than 140 markets worldwide, with many countries beginning to launch legislation to force businesses to adopt a greener future. The company also noted that electricity and transportation represented around 40% and 21%…

Huawei first announced its new Digital Power business unit last summer, aimed at developing low-carbon systems for various market segments, including data centres and electric vehicles.  At the time, the Chinese vendor noted that reaching carbon neutrality had become a shared target for more than 140 markets worldwide, with many countries beginning to launch legislation to force businesses to adopt a greener future. The company also noted that electricity and transportation represented around 40% and 21%…

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