Huawei moved to grow its enterprise business by launching new cloud database and storage products on Wednesday, after announcing last month that it would expand its presence in the global cloud arena.

The Shenzhen-based firm, best known for its smartphones and telecom equipment, said in a statement that the new cloud-computing products would help the company build a data industry ecosystem. The two new products include an artificial intelligence-backed database called GaussDB and a distributed storage system, the FusionStorage 8.0.

Huawei announced last month that it would partner with Spanish telecom carrier, Telefonica, to operate cloud services in Brazil and Chile as it expands the business globally.

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