Huawei is rapidly working on a new R&D base center and will launch it by the end of 2023. This statement comes directly from the first Demonstration Zone Full Link conference which was officially held today, in Jiashan.
According to the latest information, it is one of the key projects of the Shanghai municipal government. Moreover, with this new center, Huawei is trying to establish the largest innovation base in the world. The main objective of this project is to become an ideal place to carry out digital transformation tasks.
Huawei R&D Center: The Outstanding Innovation Base
In addition, the Chinese manufacturer is striving to offer its employees a new space that is bearable both on land and on water. So far, the company has invested a total of 2.3 billion dollars in the formation of the Qingpu R&D center. As the name suggests, the project strengthens its legs in Jinze Town, Quigpu District.
To learn more about the base, Huawei’s R&D center which is expected to be launched around 2023 will mainly work on the Science and Technology concept. In addition, this center is located in the demonstration area of the Yangtze River Delta and will be listed as a major flagship project.
In September 2020, Shanghai municipal regulation and Huawei signed a contract structure for the Qingpu R&D project. In accordance with the agreement, the two cooperations have linked together for an efficient company. In addition, they have developed such principles that could strengthen technological research, development, demonstration applications and other services.
On the other hand, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei gave an overview of the framework of the new base. In an interview, he said he would like to reference the Chicago lakefront resort for the landscape design. In addition, the innovation will carry such an arrangement that will attract foreign scientists to come and work there.