Shape the Cloud
August 31 - September 2, 2016
Expo Centre, Shanghai, China
Huawei has the experience and resources to help customers and service partners accomplish their objectives and offer a consistent, high quality customer experience.Through 3 Global and 11 Regional Technical Assistance Centers Huawei offers 24x7 technical support to customers and partners. Regional teams of experienced Professional service Engineers deploy the most complex ICT infrastructures, in combaination with our eco-system of partners. To fulfil the need for ICT talent Huawei established training centers and training partners in virtually every country in the world. Our rapidly changing world does not only bring challenges but also opportunities. Businesses and governments need to identify and capture these opportunities to secure their long-term succes. To realize the benefits significant investments and adjustments may be required. It is important to find an experienced and reliable partner to help make the right decisions and put you on the path to success. Huawei service is the most reliable partner in the ICT industry. Together with our global service ecosystem we are here to serve businesses in every industry in every country.
Background In the face of terrorist attacks from the Somali Youth League, the Kenyan government urgently needed a Safe City solution to improve safety across the country. The Ministry of Interior chose Safaricom, the country’s largest telecom company, for the project. Safaricom financed, built, and will manage the project for the Kenyan government for 5 years. They chose Huawei to deliver end-to-end solutions with stringent requirements for solution deliverability and pre-integration.
Background The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the oil capital of the world and largest Arab country in the Middle East. It is home to one quarter of the world’s known oil reserves and a major Middle Eastern trading hub. It is also home to Mecca, Islam’s holiest city, where millions of Muslims make an annual pilgrimage known as the Hajj.
Background Malaysia’s national infrastructure company chose Huawei as the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contractor for a large communications system on Kuala Lumpur’s Ampang Light Rail Transit (LRT) extension. The extension runs under the city’s central business district for approximately 11 miles (18 km) and has 13 train stations and 10 traction power substations. LRT expects to begin operations in 2019.
Background Qingdao Unicom, a subsidiary of China Unicom (Shandong), connects major cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. Located near two submarine cable systems and three submarine optical cables, including the Trans-Pacific Express (TPE) and East Asia Crossings (EAC), it is well-placed to offer data center services to several large Internet companies.
Deputy Director， Enterprise IT Technical Service Dept， Huawei
Technology Director, Enterprise Technology Services
Senior Marketing Manager of Services
VP Enterprise Service Marketing