Hands down, Huawei is undeniably one of the largest technology corporations in the world. Keeping not just at par, but way beyond others from smartphones, notebooks, home devices, and data solutions.
In fulfillment of their dedication to customer centricity, Huawei has spent a record of USD 62.5 billion in investment for their research and development (R&D) centers across the globe for the past decade.
The Chinese technology giant has established 16 R&D centers in countries such as the United States, Germany, Sweden, United Kingdom, France, Japan, Russia, India, and China. As of the end of 2014, Huawei’s products and services already reached 170 countries.
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These centers are in-charge of improving premium products, differentiating innovations, and achieving technological breakthroughs.
Because of this, Huawei has brought notable advancements in technology in the face of AI computing platform Kirin 970, the first mobile processor in the world with a dedicated Neural Processing Unit (NPU), and the P20 Pro, the world’s first triple-rear camera smartphone.