Ether Domain Name Services (EDNS) has joined Huawei Cloud to innovate the Web3 ecosystem together and discover the capability of growing cloud-based solutions that are made on Web3 technologies to bring a revolution in the digital ecosystems.
Substantial Clouds are now putting their foot in the endless digital transformation era in Web3, and Huawei Cloud is among the leading service providers of cloud-oriented solutions. The vision of Huawei is to leverage Web3 blockchain technology and advance its level with the help of EDNS solutions.
Ether Domain Name Services (EDNS) is an Ethereum-based lookup service built on the polygon blockchain. It also leverages name and lookup service built on the Polygon blockchain. Since it is compatible with Ethereum, crypto users can translate their machine-readable addresses to human-readable addresses.
It provides a Decentralized Domain Naming Service for Web3.0-related demands, including NFT, Cryptocurrency Wallet, Web hosting and DeFi in the Digital world.
Ms. Joey Lam, Chief Executive Officer at EDNS, said that earlier, from the beginning of the Ether Domain Name Services, they had been longing to build partnerships with big technology-based companies to create Web3 solutions and take the internet to another level with the help of decentralization.
“Since the launch and inception of our company, EDNS, we have been craving to partner with tech companies. The motivation behind the partnerships is creating Web3 solutions and taking the internet to the next level with decentralisation being our key factor.
We are excited to announce our partnership with Huawei, one of the best cloud providers in the market providing cutting-edge digital oriented solutions. We can’t wait to bring disruptive decentralised storage solutions to the market powered by Huawei Cloud’s technologies,” said EDNS Chief Executive Officer, Ms Joey Lam.
The company was thrilled to announce its collaboration with Huawei, which is among the finest cloud providers in the leading-edge technology market. She further added that they were eager to bring innovative decentralized storage services to Huawei Cloud’s technology-driven market.
Mr. Lim Chee Siong, the Huawei Malaysia’s Vice President of Cloud, said that the collaboration with EDNS reflects the commitment of Huawei to building a smart world called ‘Everything As-A Service’ operating via global cloud computing and pervasive intelligence.
“Huawei Cloud delivers efficient, agile, and open cloud-native infrastructure through the distributed cloud to diverse platforms, injecting intelligence into the entire service process. This can contribute greatly to fueling the transformation and innovation in Web3,”
“Through our partnership with EDNS, we believe that we can deliver innovative solutions through the Web3 ecosystem that meet the expectations of our customers with a shared vision and commitment that collectively delivers an impact towards accelerating the nation’s digital transformation.”