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Huawei Cloud has announced its official launch in Peru to accelerate its expansion agenda in Latin America.

The China based telecommunications company said that its move into Chile, Mexico and now Peru makes its cloud service provider arm the largest number of data centres in Latin America. The announcement was made at the Huawei Cloud Peru Summit.  

“Peru is one of the cradles of South American history
and culture, in which the ancient Inca Empire has a glorious history,” said Bao
Getang, CEO of Huawei Peru.

“Huawei has served the Peruvian market for 16 years and has
accompanied Peru through digital transformation, which has allowed us to better
understand the market and equips us with capabilities to meet the realistic and
potential needs of local customers.

“We hope that, in the future, Cloud, AI, 5G, IoT and other
innovative technologies from Huawei will help Peru to enhance the social, economic
and talent development.”

Xiao Fei, president of Huawei Cloud Latin America, stated
that the company provides the world with the all-scenario, full-stack AI
capabilities, multi-architecture cloud services, an agile hybrid cloud, a
partner ecosystem, amongst other things.


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“We hope to approach more governments, industries, and
companies in Latin America with Huawei Cloud, which presents high-speed,
low-latency access from multiple data centres in Latin America,” added Fei.

“The Peru region of Huawei Cloud will facilitate the
development of the country’s government, enterprises, and industries such as
financing, mining, logistics and retail. We will build digital Peru together.”

HUAWEI CLOUD’s 3 core capabilities in LATAM:
1. Leading Technology: “Full stack, self-produced chipset to hardware-rich regions”
2. Open Innovation: “Open source +AI open framework, open ecosystem”
3. Reliable Service: “Security & compliance, local payment & support”

— Huawei Cloud (@Huawei_Cloud) November 29, 2019
Huawei Cloud also announced the launch of Huawei Cloud
Partner Network, which aims to help partners create services or solutions on Huawei
Cloud by providing business, technical, marketing, and go-to-market support.

The company revealed that it will work with Peruvian
partners to create an open and collaborative ecosystem.

Back in 2016, the company made its intentions clear, announcing plans to launch in Peru, Argentina, and the USA. So far, Huawei Cloud and its partners have opened 23 regions with a total of 45 availability zones.

In April 2019, Huawei Cloud celebrated reaching one million cloud customers in two years.

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