13 March 2023 | Monday | News
Xia Zun, President of Huawei Global Public Sector (first from the right)
As part of mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023, Huawei held a roundtable for medical media on "Accelerate the Digital Journey of Healthcare, Create New Value Together." Xia Zun, president of Huawei's global public sector customer service division, unveiled Huawei's four scenario-based healthcare solutions and announced the first online presentation of smart hospitals at Huazhong University of Science and Technology Hospital in Shenzhen, which is open to customers outside of China for the first time.
Xia Zun stated the following: "The digital transformation of healthcare is entering an era of intensive development. New digital technologies such as 5G, F5G, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things and cloud computing, together with medical technology, support innovation in the field of healthcare and contribute to the acceleration of its development. Huawei will continue to work hard, work with customers and partners with relevant experience and expertise, and scale up our strategic investments to help accelerate digital transformation in the healthcare industry."
Fully optical medical imaging for viewing three-dimensional images
Huawei's fully optical medical imaging solution can upload thousands of images in seconds and reconstruct the image in three-dimensional mode with 4K resolution, enabling fast, stable, and intelligent interactions.
Digital solution for pathological anatomy allows you to view more than 1000 slices in seconds
Huawei's digital solution for pathological anatomy, based on Huawei OceanStor Pacific's distributed storage and lossless compression algorithms, accelerates the storage and querying of pathological data, saving more than 30% of storage space.
Smart Ward solution for intelligent and wireless management of wards and services
Huawei's Smart Ward system, which uses 5G, IoT and Wi-Fi technologies, helps hospitals reduce management costs and improve the patient experience through the application of IoT solutions in healthcare, including monitoring intravenous fluids, preventing infant abduction, etc.
Intelligent ICT infrastructure in hospitals for fast, secure and durable systems
Huawei's ICT infrastructure solution, which includes an Active-Active data center and an integrated campus network, will ensure uninterrupted round-the-clock operation of business systems.
Huawei is committed to embracing digital technologies for every individual, home, and organization in order to create a fully interconnected, intelligent world. Healthcare is one of the key segments of Huawei's public sector customer service business. At the moment, together with more than 2000 ecosystem partners, Huawei serves more than 2800 hospitals and medical research institutions in more than 90 countries and regions around the world.