Huawei Established Smart Vehicle Solutions Business Unit: To Help Auto Maker Build Good Cars


Recently, Huawei announced the formal establishment of the BU department of the Smart Car Solution, which is under the management of the ICT Management Committee. Among them, positioning of Huawei’s smart car solution business unit is to be the main department responsible for Huawei’s smart car field in the future, providing ICT components and solutions for smart cars to help vehicle maker build good cars.

Ren Zhengfei – Founder and President of Huawei

It is understood that on May 27, Ren Zhengfei issued an organization change document, and Huawei officially established the Smart Car Solution BU (Business Unit). At the same time, Wang Jun, former president of Huawei’s wireless network business unit and Japanese operator business unit, was appointed as the president of the Smart Car Solution Business Unit. In fact, as early as May, Huawei has released an official cadre to be appointed Wang Jun as the president of the smart car solution BU.

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In fact, as early as May 22th, in the latest internal speech of Ren Zhengfei released by Huawei’s Xinsheng Community, Ren Zhengfei believed that car networking, artificial intelligence and edge computing were the three breakthroughs for Huawei in the future. He pointed out that Huawei’s car networking can set up a commercial organization, and it is necessary to increase strategic investment in the connection of smart cars, vehicle computing, and automatic driving.

During 2019 Shanghai Auto Show, Huawei exhibited for the first time as a Tier 1 supplier. Xu Zhijun, vice chairman of Huawei, publicly stated that Huawei is not making cars in the future, but focusing on ICT technology to help auto maker build good cars. Xu Zhijun also pointed out that 70% of the value of future cars is an incremental business, and Huawei is committed to becoming an incremental component supplier for intelligent networked vehicles. With the deep integration of the automotive industry and the ICT industry, intelligent networked electric vehicles are becoming a new revolutionary development engine for human society, and their impact far exceeds the two industries themselves.