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Huawei, build a new Chinese corporate image

Huawei is one of the most promising companies in Russia, which is the main reason why I choose Huawei. In the headquarters of Huawei, which is located in the kolelateskoye business park in Moscow, Russia's top high-tech industrial zone, a senior Huawei Russian employee, giritsenko, told me. Kiritshenko was once the director of the wired communication department of the Russian Ministry of Posts and telecommunications. He also worked in Cisco, Siemens and other large companies. He also served as the vice president of Russian Telecom. However, he chose Huawei seven years ago. Now he is in charge of the work of MTS, the main cooperative operator of Huawei, and its consortium systema. At the same time, he is also contributing to the development of Huawei's enterprise business. He said that 10 years ago, few people knew Huawei. They only knew that China produced a lot of clothes and toys, and they did not know that there were telecommunications products. When he came to Huawei seven years ago, Huawei was emerging in the field of telecommunications in Moscow, and few outsiders knew about it. But now, Huawei is in a leading position in the field of telecommunications and it, not only surpassing world-class large companies: Siemens, Nokia, Nortel, and even Ericsson and Cisco do not have its advantages, because the future is an era of mobile, fixed, and it integration, and only Huawei has a full line of business

Liu Ming, general manager of Huawei enterprise development department in Russia, described the development history of Huawei in Russia with his own experience in his office. This year is the 15th year for Huawei to go overseas, and it is also an important year for Huawei's development, starting from its first contract of $36 in Russia in 1997. Last year, Huawei's sales in Russia exceeded $1.6 billion, while Huawei's global sales were $32.4 billion. In the first half of this year, Huawei's worldwide operating revenue has surpassed Ericsson and become the leader in the telecommunications industry. Huawei's employees in Russia have also grown from individuals to a capable team of 1400, covering every major region of Russia, with a localization rate of 80%. Moreover, Moscow Research Institute, Moscow training center, 13 service centers, 7 spare parts centers and a call center have been established

Huawei is following a path of technological innovation and leading technology. Liu Ming said that Huawei's leadership insists on investing 10% of its revenue in new technology research and development every year under any circumstances. For consecutive years, Huawei has obtained the largest number of patents in telecommunications in the world every year

in October last year, Huawei launched the third-generation enterprise router ar-g3 product in Moscow. Relying on the independent intellectual property VRP platform, it integrates switching, routing, 3G, WiFi, voice, security and other functions. Less than 20 days later, Huawei announced that its 100g test center in Russia had demonstrated and tested a 2000km coherent 100g wavelength division system with transtelecom, rostelecom, vimpelcom and megafon, a number of top Russian operators. Coherent 100g is the latest transmission technology of 100g high-speed signal, which will greatly meet Russia's vast territory and the strongest long-term demand for ultra long-span transmission of high-speed signals. According to the statistics of ovum, an authoritative consulting company in the industry, as of the second quarter of 2011, Huawei ranked first in the global optical network market, wdm/otn market and 40g market. Last year, in the bidding for the GSM-R system of the first section of high-speed railway communication in Russia, Huawei won the bid because its core technology surpassed Siemens and Nortel. This success will lay a good foundation for participating in the future 30000 km railway reconstruction in Russia

adjust the direction in time to become stronger and bigger in strategic breakthroughs. This is also the key to Huawei's success. Liu Ming said that before 2009, Huawei's business was mainly concentrated in the traditional telecommunications field. Huawei changed from weak to strong, and became the first group in the world's telecommunications industry. Since 2009, Huawei has actively explored the IT enterprise market. So far, Huawei in Russia has comprehensively broken through six industries, including the safe city bearer of Sochi Winter Olympics and Moscow intelligent transportation in the government industry; Disaster recovery network of Russian savings bank data center in the financial industry; Yandex, Russia's largest search engine in the media industry, data center servers, storage and networking, etc; Russian railway network in the transportation industry; Lukoil gas station information in the energy industry; Enterprise voice and communication of Ural regional power companies in the power industry. To expand the IT enterprise market, we should not only strive for market and cost performance, but also strive for quality and reliability, which is a new challenge to technology. Liu Ming said that in the traditional telecommunications field, the requirement for technical reliability is 99.999%, commonly known as five nines. The requirement for technical reliability in the fields of finance, transportation and electric power is much higher, among which the requirement for electric power is eight nines. This year, Huawei made a new strategic adjustment in its development direction - expanding its terminal business: and tablet computers. From OEM output to large-scale branding, especially high-end smart and pad. In August this year, Huawei plans to launch the 10.1-inch tablet computer mediapad 10 FHD in China and Russia. In an interview in the Far East a few days ago, Sobolev, general manager of Huawei Vladivostok office in Russia, told Huawei that its share in the Far East mobile communication market has been in a leading position, and the company will provide telecommunications equipment support for the Asia Pacific summit through its partner megafon and other mobile operators

while actively expanding its own business, Huawei in Russia has also made great contributions to local economic development and public welfare undertakings. Foreign multinational companies have made contributions from the initial production of single products and won wide praise from all walks of life. In 2010, Russia suffered from a rare forest fire. Huawei donated communication equipment to nizhnynovgorod city. Technical experts rushed to the scene to restore communication at the first time, rapidly upgrading the region from a backward communication network to the most developed region. In July this year, southern Russia suffered from floods. Huawei launched a rescue mechanism to donate money to affected families and kindergartens, and provided timely communication equipment for the disaster areas. As a communication and IT manufacturer, Huawei strives to make contributions to bridging the digital divide. Huawei in Russia has participated in the village to village project of the telecommunications investment company in Russia, which we will not be proud of. It has provided most of the equipment. In terms of green environmental protection, Huawei realizes energy conservation and emission reduction through the whole process of R & D, production, delivery and operation, and provides operators with energy-efficient products, services and solutions through four aspects. Huawei integrates into the local community, gives back to the society, and is committed to the cultivation of communication talents. It not only cultivates 15000 Communication Talents through Huawei training center, but also donates equipment to establish communication laboratories for many local communication colleges, so that students and teachers can contact and learn the most advanced technology. Nikolai, Minister of communications and mass media of Russia? Nikiforov said when attending the unveiling of the laboratory of the National University of communications in St. Petersburg donated by Huawei: he thanked Huawei for its attention and contribution to the cause of education and hoped that Huawei would continue. The Ministry of communications and mass media will try its best to remove obstacles in policy regulation so that more Russian residents can enjoy the services provided by Huawei. In the context of global competition, we are willing to open up exchanges and carry out communication cooperation with Huawei

Huawei's unique corporate culture is more like a magnet, attracting more and more Russian professional youth to experience and grow in Huawei's team. Walking into Huawei headquarters in Russia, I saw the working team composed of Chinese and Russian employees discussing their work warmly, harmonious and full of vitality. Vishnyakov, an it programmer from Gazprom, joined the Far East team of Huawei in Russia eight years ago, from manager assistant, sales manager and regional manager to the business development manager in charge of megafon, the largest customer in Moscow headquarters. The young man told him that he liked Huawei's corporate culture very much because it provided young professionals with opportunities to show their talents. The second year he came to Huawei, he established a new generation of Huawei's latest technology network in Magadan. His work in Huawei has greatly improved the communication environment in his hometown and made him realize the value of his work. His family is proud of him. Huawei's managers tell young people to have their own life goals and guide their subordinates to make their own development plans until the 810S of the last century. Vishnyakov said that Huawei can not only improve its own capabilities, but also choose the way of life. Sobolev, general manager of Huawei's Vladivostok office, is also a young man who entered Huawei eight years ago. He told them that eight students in one class worked in Huawei. They all like Huawei, because everyone here has goals and enjoys happiness in work

in the past 10 years, Huawei has established a brand-new Chinese corporate image in Russia: a high-tech Chinese enterprise, a world leading enterprise in the telecommunications field, an enterprise with the concept of positive return to society and an enterprise with excellent corporate culture

expert comments:

Ling Ji, Minister economic and Commercial Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Russia, believes that the success of Huawei's development in Russia is inseparable from its own adherence to standing at the commanding height of scientific and technological research and development, improving the internationalization ability of enterprises and fulfilling the corporate society

at the same time, Huawei's long-term, sustained and strong development in the entire overseas market is closely related to China's implementation of the reform and opening-up policy and the implementation of the enterprise going global strategy

in addition, Huawei's struggling growth in overseas markets is also conducive to promoting the transformation and upgrading of relevant enterprises and the adjustment of relevant industries. Therefore, Huawei's overseas development closely combines its enterprise development strategy with the national development strategy

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