dhl and Huawei announced a $5 billion partnership to provide Internet of Everything services to millions of homes, businesses and other users around the world.
The partnership will see Huawei, the world’s largest smartphone maker, develop the world ‘s first Internet of Everywhere, which will allow devices to communicate directly with each other without needing to be connected to the Internet.
Huawei will work with dhl, which owns the brand Huawei and owns the iconic brand dhl.
dhl is the leading provider of internet access and data services in the world, and Huawei will be able to supply its services directly to consumers, said an announcement by the companies.
The initiative, announced at a news conference in New York, comes at a time when IoT is gaining in popularity, with more people now owning devices that connect to the internet.
This is because of the growing demand for connected devices, and the growing number of devices connected to networks that offer high speed internet.
Huang, Huawei and other global manufacturers have made their mark in the IoT space, but have struggled to find customers.
Earlier this year, Huawei’s global chief executive, Jia Yueting, said that the company had no plans to build a new factory to build IoT-enabled smartphones in the U.S.