Huawei’ revenue is generated from 3 business units, which include the carrier business, consumer business, and enterprise business. The company excels in public and traffic safety systems. Huawei has a large clientele, which includes governments, SMEs, and large enterprises across the globe. The company receives its revenue by offering products, systems, and services, including physical security, video surveillance, and communication products and solutions. The major portion of its revenue comes from APAC, as more than 45% of the revenue is directed from China. The company has a global reach, with offices set up in North America, Europe, APAC, MEA, and Latin America.
Huawei caters its products and services to various industry verticals, such as the government healthcare, hospitality, manufacturing, media and entertainment, oil and gas, public safety, and smart grid and transportation. The company has a large number of channel partners, who offer Huawei’ products and services to their customers across the globe.
The company is highly focused on the organic growth strategy. Recently, it launched 2 new products, which aid in public safety and communications. The launch of new products and focus on product enhancements make Huawei highly competitive in the CIP market. The high R&D expenditure ensures that the company is highly focused on new product launches and product enhancements. The company recently launched a new solution, C-C4ISR, which would aid in public safety. The company also launched the Video Cloud Solution and Crisis and Disaster Management Solution to safeguard people and infrastructural assets.