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Huawei Malaysia's first ICT enterprise roadshow to ‘tackle the data tsunami'

AvantiKumar | April 1, 2014
Huawei is committed to helping Malaysia realise its national ICT ambitions, says Huawei Malaysia's enterprise business Country Director Leo Li.

Huawei solutions on display (filepic) modified

Photo (filepic) - Huawei ICT solutions display

 

China's ICT giant Huawei is to hold its first enterprise roadshow in Malaysia to show its products and solutions to vertical industries at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in Kuala Lumpur on 2-4 April 2014.

Huawei Malaysia's country director for enterprise business Leo Li said some of the advanced technologies will include solutions for data centre, server & storage, eLTE, unified communications, networking and security sectors.

Li said one of the objectives of the roadshow is to help Malaysian companies better "tackle the challenges in the data tsunami age."

"We have established end-to-end capabilities and strengths across network, cloud and devices sectors powered by our dedication to customer-centric innovation," said Li. "Huawei is continually developing customer-oriented strategies and technologies to help companies adapt to the revolutionary transformations taking place in the ICT industry."

"In particular, the Huawei enterprise business is leveraging its rich experience from telecom carrier networks to the enterprise customers," he said.

Li said, "The Malaysian government has set a very clear Digital Malaysia target and is determined to make Malaysia a regional data centre within Asia."

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Photo - Leo Li, Country Director, Huawei Malaysia's enterprise business.


 Helping Malaysia achieve its ICT ambitions

"Huawei has the solutions and rich experience to help the Malaysian government achieve the country's ICT ambitions," he said. "ICT development in Malaysia also opens up huge opportunities for Huawei."

"In 2014, Huawei will continue its strategy of "being integrated", and further increase its brand awareness by launching a number of innovative products and marketing campaigns, enabling more and more enterprise customers to share the benefits with us," said Li.

He said the roadshow will feature the following:

  • Huawei Container Data Center Solutions
  • Huawei Server & Storage Solution
  • Huawei All-in-One Micro DC Solution
  • Huawei Modular UPS solution
  • Huawei Next Generation Networking Solution
  • Huawei Intelligent Video Surveillance Solution
  • Huawei Unified Communication Solution
  • Huawei EasyOn Video Conferencing Solution
  • Huawei eLTE Enterprise Wireless Solution

Li said that since Huawei started its operations in Malaysia in 2001, it has continually supported the development of Malaysia's telecommunications industry in the global market. In 2011, Huawei signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Malaysia's Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), which confirmed the company's commitment to providing ICT training to 10,000 Malaysians to support the development of the telecommunication sector over the next five years.

In June 2013, Huawei and MDeC signed a MoU to jointly promote the Digital Education solution in Malaysia's primary, secondary, and tertiary education systems. By the end of 2013, Huawei had trained more than 7,000 teachers and students. To date, Huawei has established scholarships with 18 Malaysian universities. In 2012, Huawei opened its Global Training Centre in Cyberjaya to train 20,000 engineers on an annual basis, which has further supported this initiative.

Entrance to Huawei's ICT Roadshow 2014 is by invitation only on April 2 and opens to the public on 3-4 April.

 

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