Huawei and Zain chart new regional course

Zain Technology Conference used to articulate MENA intelligent networks vision

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Huawei and Zain chart new regional course Yaohong: Today’s ICT tools enable us to connect industries that have traditionally operated in silos.
By  Stephen McBride Published  November 7, 2012

China-based ICT solutions provider Huawei used this week's Zain Technology Conference 2012 held in Dubai, to urge the expansion of intelligent information networks across the MENA region.

The company expressed its belief that collaboration with companies such as telco Zain would "serve as an enabler of technology innovation, driving social and economic development while creating value for individuals and society as a whole".

During the conference, Huawei senior executives and business consultants led sessions covering new advancements within radio access, transmission & IP backhaul, core network technology, green site energy solutions, business support systems (BSS), cloud solutions, managed services and the introduction of faster LTE -compatible devices to consumers in the Middle East.

"Both Huawei and Zain recognise that today's ICT tools enable us to connect industries that have traditionally operated in silos, realising true cross-industry collaboration in order to expand opportunities for consumers, enterprises and the telecom sector," said Shi Yaohong, president of Huawei Middle East and panel speaker at the conference.

"This particular forum is a unique opportunity for us to share the deep experience and expertise that Huawei has developed through our global operations, supporting best practices alongside our industry peers at the local level."

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