Published on 20 March 2017
By Chris Tredger
The Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analysis are the main drivers behind Huawei Technologies ongoing interest in Africa’s growing technology landscape.
At the CeBIT 2017 Conference taking place in Hannover, Germany this week, the company emphasised the role IoT plays in facilitating centralised, realtime data communication and automation – crucial to the rollout of concepts like smart city development and implementation.
Huawei’s technology continues to target its enterprise offering at several vertical markets including manufacturing, retail, corporate and government. However, its consumer silo remains an important component of its strategy.
The company engaged with a global audience at the start of CeBIT 2017 and introduced a number of global software solutions partners that make up its larger ecosystem.
Huawei emphasised its collaboration with global partners who use the company’s infrastructure to roll out solutions.
One example is the
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