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Huawei shines spotlight on AI at GITEX

Huawei will be showing businesses its ecosystem for the intelligent world at GITEX

Elshimy says Huawei aims to create a win-win ecosystem.
Elshimy says Huawei aims to create a win-win ecosystem.

Huawei will use its presence at GITEX Technology Week 2018 to underline the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) as one of the leading technologies of the future.

The tech company says its participation at GITEX is designed to help businesses and organisations ‘step over the threshold and stake their claim in the intelligent world.' 

Alaa Elshimy, vice president and managing director, Huawei Enterprise Middle East said: "We are rapidly progressing on the digital agenda and entering the all-intelligent world. Our long-term enterprise strategy in the region is to build a digital ecosystem through which Huawei can help our Middle East channel partners meet their customers' needs by bringing in the most cutting-edge AI products and solutions, enhancing connectivity and improving user experience across different domains.

"Through joint innovation with our customers, partners, and peers, we hope to achieve growth across all industries, creating a robust win-win ecosystem for organisations throughout the region," Elshimy added.

Huawei will launch and showcase a range of new products, with a particular focus on AI. These will include, Huawei's full-stack, all-scenario AI solutions; The FusionCloud 6.5, a next-generation enterprise-class full-stack intelligent private cloud solution; the FusionAtlas intelligent computing solutions: an AI enablement platform based on ‘One Cloud, One Lake and One Platform' architecture to help enterprises accelerate cloud migration and achieve digital transformation.

For Unified Cloud Communication, Huawei will showcase EC3000, the latest integrated platform EC3000 to facilitate enterprise video conference and cloud communication.  In wireless, Huawei will highlight the latest eLTE-DSA solutions, which overcomes the challenge of insufficient continuous dedicated spectrum resources around the world by using 4.5G technology to aggregate traditional VHF/UHF narrowband discrete spectrum into broadband spectrum resources.