The first virtual human Yunsheng will join Huawei Cloud, announced Zhang Ping'an, CEO of Huawei Cloud and President of Huawei Consumer Cloud Service at the ongoing HUAWEI CONNECT 2021.
The event will continue till 31 October, said a press release.
The theme of this year's event is Dive into Digital – into the practical application of technologies like cloud, AI, and 5G in all industries and how they can make organizations of all shapes and sizes more efficient, more versatile, and ultimately more resilient as we move towards economic recovery.
Four years into its development, Huawei Cloud has attracted 2.3 million developers, 14,000 consulting partners, 6,000 technical partners and released 4,500 Marketplace products.
Huawei Cloud has become an essential platform for internet companies and organizations to go digital.
Building on Huawei Cloud's digital content production line, Huawei Cloud created the first virtual human, Yunsheng, to join Huawei Cloud.
Ulanqab joins Mexico as the two new regions and the world's largest rendering base of Huawei Cloud, with the computing power of ten thousand cores for the rapid rendering of images.
By September 2021, Huawei Cloud and partners operate 61 Availability Zones (AZs) in 27 geographic regions worldwide, covering more than 170 countries and territories.
Technical innovations such as OptVerse AI Solver, Pangu drug molecule model, Blockchain Service, and the FunctionGraph function computing service have also been disclosed at the event.
Zhang also announced three technical upgrades to Huawei Cloudgaussdb, while HUAWEI CLOUD Stack was upgraded to 8.1.
Huawei Cloud tack 8.1 now supports eight services, including ai inference, big data governance, and cloud desktop, to provide more than 80 cloud services in 12 categories, making it the solution with the widest range of on-premises cloud services.
"For the past 30 years, Huawei has been relentless in connecting the world. For the next 30 years, we will build the cloud foundation for an intelligent future – Infrastructure as a Service for global accessibility, Technology as a Service for flexible innovation, and Expertise as a Service for shared Excellence," he said.