Huawei published the white paper “Data Storage Power

BANGKOK, September 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today at Huawei Connect 2022, Huawei officially released its white paper “Data Storage Power – The Digital Cornerstone of High-Quality Society Development”. The white paper defines quantitative indicators to measure data storage capacities and analyzes the current data storage landscape in different regions of the world. It aims to help governments and businesses better assess, design and develop data storage capabilities.

Gu Xuejun, Vice President of Huawei IT Product Line, said, “Data storage capacity is currently measured by capacity. However, with the rapid development of the industry and the emergence of new diversified data services such as AI and Big Data, the ability alone is not enough to measure the future development and construction of data systems. storage. We need a more scientific definition and evaluation system to effectively measure data storage capacities.

The smart world is driving explosive data growth in all industries, and the digital transformation of these industries requires powerful data storage capabilities or data storage power. The white paper explains the concept of data storage power and provides:

A concept and connotation of data storage power: Data storage power is an all-encompassing concept that includes storage capacity (the core), performance, reliability, and ecology.

Quantitative research into the value of data storage: Huawei’s calculations show that a data storage investment of $1 contributes to a direct value of $5an indirect value of $8and an induced value of $30-40.

A system of indicators that evaluates the data storage power of an area or a data center: This system includes 35 indicators at three levels in four directions – scale, efficiency, preparatory work and progress – based on the characteristics of countries and companies.

An assessment of storage power in 20 countries and regions: The white paper analyzes why some countries top the rankings for data storage power and how those that rank lower can catch up. It also provides policy suggestions to improve data storage power.

Gu Xuejun said, “I view this white paper as a meaningful exploration that will spark more interest in promoting the development of the data storage industry. Only when data is well stored, quickly computed, and stably transmitted through networks can digital infrastructure unlock the value of data and better promote quality economic and social development.”

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