Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2014 Versus 2015 Research Report

Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2014 Versus 2015 over the years, Huawei’s carrier, enterprise and consumer businesses has grown at a steady pace and its influence on the ICT industry has become more pronounced. The number of attendants for Huawei Global Analyst Summit reached over 500 in 2015, up from only 50 in 2003. And the company’s revenues in 2014 totaled around US$46.5 billion. These have mirrored the prosperous growth of the company. At this year’s summit, Huawei put forth the new ROADS vision and the new slogan “Open ROADS to a better connected world”, with an aim to foster an open industry ecosystem for future sustainability. This report provides some of the observations and commentary of our analyst on this year’s summit and benchmarks the differences between the summits in 2014 and 2015 to explore Huawei’s product and development strategies for the next few years.

List of Topics

  • Background for Huawei Global Analyst Summit, including Huawei’s development trends, highlighted areas, and its strategy for its most profitable consumer business
  • Benchmarking 2014 and 2015 summits, touching on projected development following the summit and how Huawei responses or has responded to market trends

Companies covered

Alcatel-Lucent, Alibaba, Amazon, Arqiva, Audi, Bouygues Telecom, Ericsson, Etisalat, Google, Hisilicon, Huawei, Jawbone, KPN, Mercedes-Benz, Neul, Nokia, SAP, Sigfox, SingTel, Skyworth, Swisscom, T-Mobile, Vodafone

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Table of Contents

1. Huawei Global Analyst Summit 2015 Overview
1.1 Huawei's Revenues
1.2 Development Trends Observed in 2015
1.2.1 Corporate Vision
1.2.2 Highlighted Development Areas
1.2.3 Huawei's Consumer Business Analysis

2. 2015 Summit Analaysis
2.1 Benchmarking 2014 and 2015 Summits
2.2 How Huawei Responses to Market Trends

3. Conclusion
3.1 ROADS Strategy Aims for Open Cooperation on Innovation
3.2 Partnership Opportunities with Huawei

Glossary of Terms
List of Companies

List of Tables

Table 1: Huawei's Revenue by Business Unit, 2013-2014
Table 2: Huawei's Key Product Items and Features Presented at 2015 Summit
Table 3: Comparison of 2014 and 2015 Huawei Global Analyst Summit

List of Figures

Figure 1: Five Elements of Huawei's ROADS Strategy
Figure 2: Illustration of Huawei's 4K Video Products
Figure 3: Huawei SDN/NFV Prime System Integration
Figure 4: Illustration of Huawei's IoT Solution

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