Business magazine with 120-year history "MIT Technology Review" published a fresh rating of fifty smart companies TR50. It includes brands from a variety of fields, from tech giants to young startup companies. The TR50 list is considered one of the most authoritative in the world.
It is noteworthy that in addition to the world-famous Tesla, Intel, Bosch, NVIDIA, the rating includes a lot of Chinese companies, partly unfamiliar to the ordinary consumer. Huawei, which has already become scandalous in recent months, tops the list.
"Over the past 30 years, Huawei has mainly introduced technical and engineering innovations, as well as innovations in solutions based on customer needs. We call this "Innovation 1.0". In the future, Huawei will focus on "Innovation 2.0", which refers to theoretical breakthroughs and inventions. Huawei is committed to all-round development. The discovery of innovation means collaboration with global experts. In this process, resources and opportunities become common, and the fruits should be used by all people and industries," commented William Xu, member of the Board of Directors and head of the Huawei Institute for strategic studies, MIT Technology Review.
The editorial Board of the journal noted the Chinese electronics manufacturer as "an innovator in the field of inventions, a company that offered a lot in a theoretical breakthrough, and a comprehensively developing brand".