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Huawei to target verticals

China-based vendor to target verticals, including government, healthcare, education

Dong Wu: Huawei services the enterprise, telco and consumer segments.
Dong Wu: Huawei services the enterprise, telco and consumer segments.

Huawei Enterprise will this year showcase technologies and solutions catering to diverse verticals, including government, healthcare, education, oil & gas, power and transportation.

Visitors will have a chance to experience Huawei technology for themselves in a real-case environment along with panel sessions that will address hot topics in the industry, such as securing a competitive advantage with Big Data.

“Through our enterprise business group, Huawei helps organisations across industry verticals by providing a broad portfolio of products and services to ensure an organisation’s ICT infrastructure is highly secure, scalable and reliable,” says Mr. Dong Wu, President of Huawei Enterprise Middle East.

“In fact, our comprehensive solutions today span IP network infrastructure, unified communications & collaboration, and cloud computing & data centre management. Huawei has also helped create a favourable ICT industry eco-system that can help to advance local businesses and economies in the long term.”

Visitors can also look forward to a number of regional product launches, including bring your own device (BYOD) solutions, software-defined networking (SDN) switches and high-end storage systems. Huawei will also be spotlighting its recently deployed classroom solution, along with its Safe City solution, in addition to its new HD videoconferencing solution.

Huawei’s heritage in the telecoms market will feature prominently at GITEX 2013, with previews of the company’s latest innovations across wireless, core networks, fixed networks, applications and software. Its professional services business will also be showcased.

Huawei line of smartphones will also feature on the stand. The range includes the Huawei Ascend P6, dubbed the slimmest smartphone in the world.