At Huawei Connect 2019, Huawei announced its strategy for the computing market and released Atlas 900, the world's fastest AI training cluster. A powerhouse of AI computing, Atlas 900 will help make AI more readily available for different fields of scientific research and business innovation.

Read more: Huawei launches world’s first AI training cluster

A new report by IDC Future City Internet of Things Readiness Index in Asia/Pacific (Excluding Japan) says that due to heterogeneity in economic landscape and technological preparedness and maturity, different cities in Asia Pacific (excluding Japan) have different levels of Internet of Things (IoT) readiness. Cities with more broadband penetration, technology and smart city spending, coupled with a well-regulated economic environment are more IoT ready.

Read more: IoT readiness a priority for selected cities in Asia Pacific, says IDC report

Mauritius Prime Minister, Honourable Pravind Jugnauth, has launched the Indian Ocean island nation’s first national mobile payment solution in capital city Port Louis. Based on the proven Tap & Go mobile payment service in Hong Kong, Mauritius Telecom’s my.t money is a mobile payment solution provided by PCCW Global, the international operating division of HKT, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications provider.

Read more: PCCW Global, Mauritius Telecom kickstart island’s first mobile payment solution

In the midst of the US-China trade crossfire, Huawei has officially launched its own operating system HarmonyOS, and subsequently introduced the world to its very own smart television, Honor Vision. Unlike previous devices that ran on Android technology, Honor Vision marks the very beginning of Huawei’s venture into utilizing HarmonyOS for the expansion of its own home-grown products.

Read more: Huawei unveils Honor Vision TV powered by its own HarmonyOS

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