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A New Driving Force for the Digital Transformation of Intelligent Energy

Driven by the rapid growth of emerging economies, the world's energy consumption is only continuing to rise. At the same time, the global energy industry is making immense efforts to become greener by building a clean, low carbon, secure, and efficient energy system. Huawei proposes an innovative digital transformation methodology — the Energy Tower Ring — to build a theoretical system and action plan for the energy industry.

Guided by its unique methodology, Huawei helps energy enterprises achieve their transformation goals and create new value streams. Adhering to a "Platform + AI + Ecosystem" strategy, Huawei uses cutting-edge technologies — such as big data, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and 5G — to build a digital energy foundation, fostering the sector's comprehensive digital transformation. Indeed, Huawei is committed to becoming the preferred partner for digital transformation across the energy industry.

An overview diagram of — and Huawei's vision for — intelligent energy, outlining its 1-2-3-2-1 approach

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  • Jihua has conducted a field technical test using Huawei's optical sensing products. The detection and reporting accuracy is much higher than the industry average. In the future, we will continue to collect and update onsite samples to further expand the types of identifiable events and explore more accurate identification algorithms, in turn providing more efficient technical assurance for safety management in the oil and gas industry.

  • Yu Guoji, Vice-President of CSG Power Generation Company's Information Communications Branch, said: "The success of the project proves that distributed cloud nodes can be deployed in power grids, integrating and reusing the advantages of their resources. Prefabricated modular construction concepts can be used to achieve fast, replicable, and intelligent deployment. Inevitably, this will become a new trend in the digital transformation of power grids.“

  • “All National Grid substations are considered national security assets,” said Saleh Al Owain, Dawiyat's Director of Technical Affairs. The only solution that made sense was Huawei's container-based shelter solution. No other solution came close to it in terms of performance, feature set, robustness, and cost.”

  • Huawei and Sarawak Energy have built an integrated wireless network featuring zero coverage blind spots, wait times, and packet loss roaming. The partnership with Huawei has resulted in storage area network upgrade with improved capacity, and Wi-Fi 6 implementation with improved wireless signal coverage and bandwidth throughput.

  • “Thanks to adding the Huawei’s hardware to already existing power-grid-oriented network, we have been able to offer completely new services for our customers together with core energy services. We can provide fiber optic internet access, telephone, and television services for up to 100 thousand homes, which we think will increase the number of our broadband digital customers to nearly 60 thousand households,” says Manfred Litzlbauer.

  • “This case study examines how Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) is moving forward toward digital transformation to increase its profitability, operational efficiency and competitiveness in the oil market, enabled by the energy reform in Mexico. The findings are the result of a series of interviews conducted by IDC analysts with both participating organizations that discussed the challenges, lessons, and achieved benefits.”

  • “Seismic data processing is a typical application that heavily relies on floating-point computation and uses the wave equation as the major computing mode. It requires strong floating-point computing capabilities, moderately consumes memory bandwidth, and calls for exceptional multi-core scalability for mass shot gather processing, as well as superb concurrent I/O performance and read and write efficiency. Huawei’s HPC solutions provide an effective way to meet all these needs.”

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