Huawei breaks through 100 million active users


Observer Report


Huawei held its Huawei Developer Conference 2019 in Dongguan, China. HDC 2019 featured a number of key announcements: HUAWEI Mobile Services now boasts over 100 million users outside of China. In addition, an updated developer engagement program named ‘Shining-Star’ will be launched along with Huawei DigiX Labs that offers open capabilities for development and testing. Huawei announced the global launch of HMS-Core which provides 14 kits for more than 910k global developers. Besides, a new content partnership for Huawei video is introduced at HDC 2019.
“Intelligent connections are the future. Huawei Mobile Services provides a global platform, connecting more than 910K global developers and 100 Million users outside of China”, said Jervis Su, Vice President of Mobile Services, Huawei Consumer Business Group. “These connections make a real difference. With the Huawei Mobile Services portfolio, we have been able to show that there is real demand for a more intelligent solution. We are very proud to be able to announce a number of milestone successes for our portfolio.”
These milestone successes for Huawei Mobile Services for the first half of 2019. ‘Shining-Star’ Program and DigiX Lab – investing in the future
In keeping the momentum of these results, Huawei announced a new developer engagement program, dubbed ‘Shining-Star’. The Project has invested 1 billion USD resources to provide comprehensive support for developers, and create a smart mobile service innovation ecosystem, helping partners to create digital innovation in full scenario, encouraging developers to access Huawei’s open capabilities and services, and promoting developers’ services in the marketing segment.
“Our ‘Shining-Star’ program is just one of many ways that Huawei is furthering innovation across the board” comments Alex Zhang, President of Mobile Services, Huawei Consumer Business Group.

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