Ms. Sun joined Huawei in 1989, and had served as an engineer of the Marketing & Sales Dept, Director of the Training Center, President of the Procurement Dept, General Manager of Wuhan Office, President of the Marketing & Sales Dept, Chair of the Human Resources Committee, Chair of the Business Transformation Executive Steering Committee (BT-ESC), Chair of the Strategy and Customer Standing Committee, and President of Huawei University. Since 1999, Ms. Sun has been the Chairwoman of the Board. Prior to joining Huawei, Ms. Sun worked as a technician at the state-owned Xinxiang Liaoyuan Radio Factory in 1982, a teacher at China Research Institute of Radio Wave Propagation in 1983, and an engineer at Beijing Research Institute of Information Technology in 1985. Ms. Sun was born in 1955, and graduated in 1982 with a bachelor's degree from Chengdu University of Electronic Science and Technology.
[Beijing, July 2, 2015] Singaporean President Tony Tan met with Huawei Chairwoman Sun Yafang on July 2, during an official visit to China to mark the 25th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and Singapore.
Information technology has grown beyond the confines of its own industry to drive technological innovation and development across multiple domains. The extent to which a company, organization, or a country embraces digital technology will determine its future competitiveness. In order to enable digital transformation across all industries, drive stable development in the ICT ecosystem, and contribute to social progress, we must foster open collaboration with partners all along the value chain. Throughout this process, Huawei will remain true to its pipe strategy, focusing on ICT infrastructure development to create value for our customers.
[Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2015]: Huawei Chairwoman of the Board, Sun Yafang, and King Philippe of Belgium met on January 22 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, where they discussed issues related to information and communications technology (ICT) and Huawei’s contribution to the Belgian ICT industry.
[Beijing, December 24, 2014] Huawei Chairwoman Madam Sun Yafang today met President of the Arab Republic of Egypt Abdul Fattah el-Sisi to discuss ways of expanding cooperation between Egypt and Huawei in areas such as communications networks and ICT construction.
Billions of people have mobile devices and tens of billions of “things” are connected to M2M modules with ubiquitous broadband access made available by mobile, fixed, and enterprise networks, generating copious amounts of data every few seconds. How can such a massive volume of data be transmitted, processed, stored, and presented? Huawei builds highly efficient and fully-connected digital logistics systems with this purpose in mind.
The ICT industry is still innovating rapidly. New trends such as mobility, cloud computing, Big Data, and social networking are guiding this industry towards a new landscape. In addition, significant digitalization changes are taking place in the real world. The Internet of Things, e-Commerce, and digital media among others are driving the upgrading and restructuring of traditional industries.