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Exhibitors will introduce digital technology at Fuzhou Summit

5th Digital China Summit held in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, eastern China from July 23 to 24 Photo: VCG

China’s efforts to accelerate digital transformation are at a critical time in the face of growing global challenges, enabling those who can manage core technologies and their wide range of applications to more secure their supply chains. Experts and industry insiders say that. The 5th Digital China Summit on Sunday.

From Saturday to Sunday, the two-day summit in Fujian Province, eastern China, the manufacturing and trading center of southeastern China, introduced the latest achievements in digitization in China. As the country strives to ensure high quality and sustainable economic development, self-developed products are at the center and widespread application of proprietary technologies is seen as the key to achieving this.

Huang Kunming, a member of the CPC Central Committee’s Politburo and head of public relations for the CPC Central Committee, needs to use digital transformations to bring about reforms in production, lifestyle and governance. He said in a video speech at the opening ceremony on Saturday.

Huang called on local governments and businesses to seize new opportunities, address new challenges and create new benefits through the wave of digital development.

From 2017 to 2021, China’s digital economy expanded from 27 trillion yuan ($ 4 trillion) to over 45 trillion yuan, ranking second in the world. Meanwhile, the share of the digital economy in China’s gross domestic product has increased from 33% to 39.8. percent.

China is at the forefront of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and cloud computing, and is the second largest digital economy in the world, according to a report by China’s Cyberspace Administration.

China is building the world’s largest and most technologically advanced network infrastructure, mass-producing 6.6 zettabytes (ZB) of data in 2021, the second largest in the world, accounting for 9.9% of the world total. did.

Driven by this trend, the event in Fuzhou showed some notable achievements, with nearly 500 exhibitors showing off new achievements in digital technology. Most of them are self-developed techniques.

Among the participating companies, ZTE has shipped more than 250 million sets and is widely used in more than 160 countries and territories worldwide, including its major future-oriented operating system OS, many of the most advanced. We exhibited high-tech.

ZTE’s manager told Global Times at the summit that the company’s independent operating system is a new and competitive growth point. “I understand that the operating system is the core and you can’t run the hardware without it,” he said.

Another important breakthrough the company unveiled at the event is its extensive application, including its self-developed distributed database system and the financial sector, which has become increasingly focused on data security.

“The database market has long been dominated by a small number of foreign players, especially in the last few decades, especially in the financial industry … but it is very important for domestic financial institutions to keep track of their core data. “The representative said. “ZTE has done that from a very early stage, and now our database services have achieved complete independence with independent R & D capabilities.”

Nebula, a supplier of Fujian-based battery test systems, automation solutions and ES inverters, has unveiled products with self-developed technologies that help ensure supply chain safety.

The manager of a company named Chen brings significant benefits to the company and its partners in dealing with international clients as the company pays attention to maintaining self-dependent technology in the Global Times. Said it was done.

In 2005, the company realized the potential for lithium battery testing, but new energy vehicles weren’t as widespread in the market as they are today, providing battery testing services for mobile phones and laptops. ..

Currently, Nebula offers test services to a wide range of brands, Chen said, and said indirect partners include Apple and Tesla.

According to media reports, this year was a very tough year due to a pandemic, but semiconductor companies have lost their position to varying degrees.

SiDa, vice president and chief brand officer of BOE Technology Group, the world’s leading panel display company, told Global Times on Saturday that the company was able to grow despite challenges, and now Chinese tech companies are in the global arena. He said he was more competitive.

As one of the world’s largest manufacturers of LCDs, OLEDs and flexible displays, the company exhibited its latest 8K ultra-high definition screen at an event along with many other advanced in-house developed technologies and devices.

“Many Chinese tech products have reached a level that is completely world-leading. What they do is lead high-level technology, not followers,” Si said, making the BOE self-reliant. He said he sees it as an important capability for sustainable growth.