ISLAMABAD: Huawei Pakistan successfully hosted the Huawei IT Summit Pakistan 2022 and on Sunday launched the All Scenario All Flash (ASAF) storage solution to empower the country’s industrial sector.
At the summit, key speakers and experts highlighted how data has become the enabler of the digital economy while such explosive data growth has, however, added pressure on traditional data centers, which have provided the storage centralized, computing and data resource exchange necessary for the company to tap into the value of data, a press release said Sunday.
Huawei introduced All-Scenario Flash Storage to meet the challenges of today’s world to facilitate business growth and digital transformation across industries.
Federal Secretary of IT and Telecommunications Mohsin Mushtaq, HEC Faisal Rafique, New Horizon Qaiser Sarwar, Nayatel Jahanzeb Arshad, Future Wei Wang Yong, Wateen Aftab Siddiqui, TechAccess Kashif Ali as well as other industry officials and experts IT and Huawei attended the summit.
As the main guest, the Federal Secretary appreciated Huawei’s efforts in organizing the summit and said, “Huawei has worked closely with the Ministry of Information and Telecommunications on various projects and has always been extremely supportive. “.
Speaking about the cooperation with Huawei in Pakistan, Vice President Nayatel Jahanzeb Arshad said, “We wanted to work with global suppliers and provide the same level of service but more cost effectively to our customers. Storage is an essential part of our services. Some customers demand high I/O performance from storage, and Huawei helps us with the storage needed to set up our open-stack cloud. It was a very smooth and stable integration with Huawei Dorado Storage.
New Horizon COO Qaiser Sarwar also shared his experience with Huawei. He said, we have evolved as “storage experts”. Our journey with Huawei started three and a half years ago and we evaluated the storage then and realized it had the potential compared to other storage on the market, he added.
Faisal Rafique, director of the Commission for Higher Education in Computing (HEC), said our vision is to improve productivity in the education sector and focus on learning research and development centers world class. He said that our journey with Huawei started in 2007 with 30 EES and now we are with 210 EES in 2022. I would like to thank Huawei for a project completed phase 2 in a much faster way, he added.