Huawei announced a new partnership with Chinese internet of things (IoT) company, Huawei Group, for the development of the Huawei IoT device networks.
The two companies are expected to develop IoT devices that will integrate the cloud computing capabilities of their devices into a variety of devices, including consumer electronics, security, transportation and security.
Huawei Group Chairman Guoqiang Zou announced the partnership at the Chinese government-funded China International Electronics Fair in Beijing, China.
Huawei, Huawei Global Technologies (Huawei Global) and Huawei Mobile Technologies will collaborate to create the Huawei network, he said.
The Huawei network will be deployed to more than 50 million Huawei devices worldwide, he added.
The IoT platform will also include a mobile application for IoT applications, which will provide a convenient and easy way to connect devices to the Huawei device network.
The platform will be available as an IoT app for Android smartphones, tablets, PCs and IoT devices, according to the company.
Huawei Group announced the collaboration at the China International CES, which took place in Beijing from January 24 to 26, 2018.
It will see the Huawei Group partner with Huawei Global, which is a subsidiary of Huawei Electronics Co., Ltd.
and operates as Huawei Global Services Co.,Ltd.
Huawei and Huawei Global have worked together in the past for IoT products, such as the Huawei P2 smart smartwatch, and Huawei P5 smartwatch.
The company also developed the Huawei Q3 smartwatch in 2019.
The Huawei IoT platform is expected to have a range of products ranging from consumer electronics to security, according the company’s press release.