Huawei Signs MoU with WCT Land to Develop Sustainable Solutions for Real-Estate
24 May 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: To further explore and develop digital transformation solutions and artificial intelligence (AI) for real estate development, Huawei signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with WCT Land at an event held in Singapore.

Under the MoU, Huawei will be sharing its expertise on an open data platform using cloud computing and AI to optimise WCTL's operational efficiency and product innovation, as well as develop smart digital solutions to enhance the safety and security of WCTL's retail and residential developments.

According to Huawei Malaysia's vice president for Cloud and AI, Lim Chee Siong, by optimising the company's expertise in technology, Huawei aims to build an intelligent world with "Everything As - A Service" through cloud computing and comprehensive intelligence.

"At Huawei, we always look forward to contributing towards or collaborating with Malaysia's public and private sectors

This partnership with WCT Land is in line with Huawei's efforts to bring digital to local companies.

With the aim to shape the country's digital future, Huawei is confident of completing the digital transformation of WCT Land to meet the company's growing and diverse portfolio," said Lim who signed the agreement on behalf of Huawei.

The partnership will also help equip Malaysians with digital knowledge for nation-building and personal development as well as Huawei's vision of empowering local companies to accelerate the nation's digital transformation by upskilling the talent pool and creating job opportunities.

It will also enhance WCTL's digital transformation journey and become a trendsetter in the real estate industry leading the sustainable and smart community living.

"This strategic partnership will deliver value-added products and services that will elevate the lifestyle of our communities and provide high-quality customer experiences," said WCTL's deputy managing director, Peter Chow.

To date, Huawei's cloud service has attracted 2.3 million developers, 14,000 consulting partners, 6,000 technical partners, and released 4,500 Marketplace products.

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