Islamabad;- The National Incubation Center Islamabad proudly hosts Huawei Cloud Connect launch 2021. This event aimed to address the need for Cloudification for the 4th industrial revolution.
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An esteemed panel of profound industry experts joined the event to discuss the challenges and opportunities for startups with cloudification. The panelists included Shaukat Ali – Managing Partner PSEB, Hank Shao – Managing Director, Huawei Cloud Business, Aiman Khan – CEO, SLOSH AI Solutions, Abdul Rahim Ahmed – Chief Information Officer, Special Technology Zones Authority (STZA). Parvez Abbasi, Project Director, NIC, the participants, and panelists.
“NIC‘s vision is to help young people in startups and business development, which is not possible without private intervention. NIC welcomes Huawei and hopes to build a relation with startups in terms of IT and communication” — Parvez Abbasi-Project Director; the panel discussed the potential and opportunities that cloud services have to offer. As a startup, investing in hardware is not an option in most cases. Cloud is a natural choice to facilitate startups. Huawei is introducing cloud connect as a CSR to support back in society and uplift society technology-wise.
Mr. Hank Shao elaborates that cloud connect is an innovation that helps startups focus on their business. During this booming era of the software industry and entrepreneurs, the company needs to reach customers as soon as possible. Cloud Connect provides a new pool of customers and services without boundaries to its users.
SLOSH being a health-Techstartupp in Pakistan, brought attention to the challenges IT or digital innovators face in Pakistan. There is no direct representation to resolve issues in real-time. As well as training for the cloudification of startups. To which Huawei Cloud Connect can now act as a provider.
“These facilities, incubation centers all over Pakistan are playing a tremendous role in building a knowledge-based economy. Such initiatives are the only way to create jobs and move forward with the legacy thinking we have in mind”– Shahzad Rasheed, CEO, Huawei cloud Pakistan Mr. Shaukat Ali -CTO-PSEB, explained how Pakistan has recently signed six cloud services to create a platform where any IT company can get benefits in affordable prices. He also discussed the lack of awareness on the potential of cloud services and the arrangement of subsidized training courses for comprehensive ecosystems.
Mr. Farhan Ali, Director of Huawei cloud EcEcosystem Solutions, shed light on the global footprint and offering by Huawei spark program for startups. Huawei cloud Spark Program is an international support program. Huawei cloud works with partners, venture capital, and governments to enable startups to help and accelerate their business development. Huawei cloud deals with more than 220 plus services sufficient to a variety of verticals, which gives its users a whole new market to innovate and come up with solutions.
“NIC Islamabad took this initiative to launch Huawei cloud connect; IGNITE is focused on promoting innovation and entrepreneurs in Pakistan. 2021 has been remarkable for Pakistanistartupss, the 376-million-dollar worth of investment came to Pakistan.”—Asim Shehryar-CEO-IGNITE
The event was concluded with the distribution of shields as a symbol to strengthen the NICstartupp bond with Huawei. NIC is optimistic about its plans for a flourishing ecosystem or entrepreneurs /Startups, and Huawei cloud connect will only take this to new heights.