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Dubai, UAE, October 11, 2018:  Today at HUAWEI CONNECT 2018, Bosch, a leading global supplier of technology and services, and Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, announced a partnership to accelerate the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) in China. The collaborative agreement will see the two partners make Bosch's IoT Suite software services available in China on Huawei Cloud. 

 Dr. Stefan Ferber, CEO, Bosch Software Innovations, and Zheng Yelai, Vice President of Huawei, President of Cloud BU, Huawei

“The demand for IoT solutions in China is rising. The partnership between Bosch and Huawei Cloud marks a decisive step for Bosch in one of the fastest growing IoT markets in Asia,” said Dr. Stefan Ferber, CEO of Bosch Software Innovations, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bosch. The company expects China's market for IoT platforms to grow by close to 70 percent over the coming years. “We are pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with Huawei Cloud to offer cloud-based IoT services providing various functions needed to connect devices, users, and businesses. I am confident that by joining forces our companies will advance the development of the Internet of Things in China.”

 Dr. Stefan Ferber, CEO of Bosch Software Innovations

The software platform of Bosch connects web-enabled objects to facilitate data sharing across a multitude of digital services and business models. The first service made available to Chinese consumers via Huawei Cloud will be the Bosch IoT Remote Manager – a service for managing and controlling gateways, sensors, and devices. Additional services of the Bosch IoT Suite will follow in 2019. 

With offices in Shanghai and Nanjing, Bosch Software Innovations has been active in China since 2012 and has successfully implemented IoT projects ranging from Industry 4.0 to connected transportation. A leading Chinese automotive manufacturer has chosen to deploy the Bosch IoT Suite on Huawei Cloud for updating its vehicles' firmware over the air (FOTA). The solution is expected to be rolled out to millions of connected cars in China over the coming years.

 “Bosch Software Innovations is one of the global leaders in IoT, providing cutting-edge IoT solutions and services” said Mr. Zheng Yelai, the Vice President of Huawei and the President of Huawei Cloud BU. “Huawei Cloud is a fast growing cloud provider in the world, and has committed to cultivating the fertile environment for partners. With the technical excellence of Bosch IoT Suite, and the reliable infrastructure services by Huawei Cloud, we will provide more intelligent IoT solutions to smart cities, enterprises, families and individuals. ”

Most significantly, for consumers in China, the world's largest automotive market, the Bosch IoT Suite enables vital services such as the Vehicle Management Solution, which is available locally on Huawei Cloud. This solution connects vehicles throughout their service life, providing the technological foundation for such cloud-based services as predictive diagnostics and over-the-air software updates. The software is the secure communication interface between the vehicle, the cloud, and the services. Data management enables vehicle manufacturers or fleet managers to organize vehicle data, analyze it, and keep the vehicle software continuously updated. 

Following this announcement, Bosch and Huawei intend to develop an integrated end-to-end IoT offering. Huawei is developing IoT hardware gateways that will be pre-configured with Bosch IoT Gateway Software and managed through the Bosch IoT Remote Manager to run on Huawei Cloud. This close integration will provide customers with a more complete IoT solution that is easier to deploy and manage.

Bosch and Huawei share a similar vision for the IoT based on open source and industry standards and a commitment to building strong ecosystems in the connected domains of automotive, manufacturing, home, city, and agriculture. Both companies are also members of the Eclipse Foundation and serve in leadership roles within the Industrial Internet Consortium and the OSGi Alliance.

HUAWEI CONNECT 2018 – 'Activate Intelligence' –is held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center and Expo Center from October 10 to 12.

This year's HUAWEI CONNECT conference is designed to help all businesses and organizations step over the threshold and stake their claim in the intelligent world. You will be joined by the best minds in the industry – including global ICT leaders, industry experts, and ecosystem partners – to chart the way forward and explore new opportunities.



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