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Tech titan rolls out ‘Seamless AI Life’ strategy in SA

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HUAWEI has unveiled what it’s dubbed its Seamless AI Life strategy which promises to deliver an intelligent experience.

Speaking at a recent Huawei Better Together 2021 virtual event, the company’s local Consumer Business Group General Manager Jun Sun said the company’s strategy for the hyper-connected era in South Africa was mainly focused on smartphones, wearables and PCs.

“Huawei has remained committed to developing these offerings across South Africa, which aligns with our global vision of delivering an intelligent experience to consumers in South Africa across all scenarios, including health, fitness and overall lifestyle.”

Commenting on the company’s performance in the region, he said, “Our journey from our beginnings to where we are now in South Africa has been nothing short of phenomenal. South Africa is one of the most important pioneering markets for Huawei. We are committed to continue using our technology to improve the lives of South Africans around the country”.

Huawei SA’s Chief Technology Officer Akhram Mohamed said, “The promise of technology has always been envisioned as a smooth and seamless process between your devices and the services they interact with. We at Huawei are positioning ourselves to be at the forefront of delivering just that with our Seamless AI Life Strategy”.

The company also used the Better Together 2021 event to outline its goal for South Africa, which is to create an “all-scenario intelligent lifestyle” for consumers.

Its strategy consists of primary portals (smartphones), secondary portals (tablets, PCs, wearables, speakers, infotainment systems, etc.) and IoT devices. Together, Huawei aims for them to be the foundation of the all-connected digital world that it hopes to see unfold in the country.

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