Among the guests, a press release said, were representatives from China Telecom, Etisalat, Mtn, Gsma and 3GPP / Etsi, who were also joined by several thousand online participants made up of telecom operators, regulators, analysts. , media, experts and Huawei partners from more than 80 countries. Discussions focused on how ICT is bringing new value in key sectors such as telemedicine, distance education, teleworking and public health services.
According to the document, Guo Ping, the rotating chairman of Huawei opened the summit by explaining how the synergy between the five main technology areas will allow to fully exploit the potential of 5G to drive business success. “_As an ICT company, it is our responsibility to use the technology at our disposal to help contain and defeat this pandemic. Together with our partners and customers, including carriers and businesses, we can use technology solutions to positively impact our communities. “, did he declare. Ryan Ding, Executive Director and Chairman of Huawei’s Carrier Business Group, detailed how far carriers need to be prepared in four areas of network building and business development to quickly unlock the potential of networks and inspire growth. companies.
Ms. Catherine Chen, Senior Vice President and Director of the Huawei Board of Directors, argued that telecommunications regulators in many countries and industries must work together to address common challenges in the face of the * pandemic and create a brighter future. solidarity in favor of all.
Huawei is one of the world’s leading providers of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices. It has more than 194,000 employees with a presence in more than 170 countries and regions. Founded in 1987, Huawei is a private company wholly owned by its employees.