Friday, June 26, 2015

HUAWEI Philippines ICT Roadshow 2015

For the majority of Filipinos, the Company HUAWEI can be best associated with quality smart phones from China. For the elitists, buying a Huawei phone would even come as a second consideration. But little did many people know, among the 1,500 plus telecommunication companies in China, the two largest are Huawei and ZTE. 

Jacky Gao, CEO Huawei PH, Monchito Ibrahim Dep. Exec. Dir. Department of Sicence and Technology- DOST, Atty. Gamaliel Asis Cordoba, Commissioner  - National Telecommunication Commission 

Tee Chee Kiat, Principal Architect, Huawei Global Solutions Elite Team, Mark Wu, Solutions Director - Huawei Enterprise Networking Marketing, Barry Lerner, Chief Information Officer, Huawei Regional Solutions Marketing, Southern Pacific, Ron Raffensperger, Solutions Director, Huawei Data Center Solutions Sales

Actually, for the past 10 years, Huawei has been a loyal partner of the two telecom giants in the Philippines Globe and Smart, both in the area of hardware and software applications. For Globe, Huawei has been an integral partner in modernizing the 2G and 3G network where Globe was able to achieved great success in the past two years. And for Smart, they have jointly launched the first large scale 3.5Ghz TDD LTE network to help serve home and SME users in the country. These are just some of the many contributions of Huawei in the advancement of the telecommunication industry in the Philippines…and there’s more. 

Huawei Mate 7

Globally, HUAWEI is present in 170 countries with a man power of more than 170,000 employees world-wide and currently serving more than 3.5 billion people all around the world. Indeed, Huawei has become the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) giant, that offers not just high capacity storage products and servers, but cutting edge data base management solutions and applications that are way ahead of our time. 

OceanStor VTL 6900

Last June 25, 2015, HUAWEI Philippines hosted the ICT Road Show with the theme: Building a Better Connected Philippines, that features some of the many telecommunication solutions Huawei has to offer and how this country can be an integral partner in creating potential breakthroughs in the ICT industry in the Philippines. 

Access and ports - OceanStor VTL6900

The Philippines, despite garnering the lowest speed in internet connectivity in Asia, still holds a very promising future for good business in the ICT industry. To begin with, this country of ours still ranks number one in the world when it comes to voice BPM services and ranks number two in the non-voice in the BPO services. These two industries employ more than one million Filipinos, creating one of the largest contributions to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. 

BES Digital Business Accelerator

With the fast pace of technology in the ICT industry staying connected is no longer an option but a necessity for most people. With the culture of Filipinos which is very “Familial”, we cannot afford not to be connected with our loved ones. That is why the government is supporting the initiative to make internet connection available everywhere, with the tag line; “No Juan left behind”. With this positive development, Huawei is also enthusiastically committed to support ICT in the Philippines and with this partnership; the Filipino Netizen’s dream of faster internet connectivity may come true sooner than expected. 

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