Huawei launches Middle East’s first multi-tenant IoT hosting centre

Launches at SAMENA Telecom Leader's Summit, centre is designed to foster collaboration, innovation
Huawei has launched the Middle East's first multi-tenant IoT hosting centre.
Huawei has launched the Middle East's first multi-tenant IoT hosting centre.

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Global ICT solutions provider Huawei, launched the Middle East’s first Multitenant IoT hosting centre at the SAMENA Telecom Leader’s Summit at Atlantis, The Palm on May 3.

The multi-tenant IoT hosting centre is designed to facilitate IoT local ecosystem incubation and accelerate IoT business development in the region. Based on the IoT hosting centre and ecosystem enablement strategy, Huizhong and Hayat are the first partners to obtain the Middle East IoT Hosting Center 1st NB-IoT enabled certificate.

Huawei advocates openness, collaboration, and shared success. Huawei is an active member of more than 360 standards organisations, industry alliances, and open source communities, where they work together on mainstream standards and lay the foundation for shared success.

“This year, Huawei’s new corporate vision is to bring digital to every person, home and organisation for a fully connected, intelligent world,” said Charles Yang, President of Huawei Middle East. “With 5G and artificial intelligence just around the corner, the digital world – where all things will sense, all things are connected, and all things are intelligent – is within reach. We will continue our investment on intelligent devices, to enhance people’s work and entertainment experience. We will continue our investment on home broadband network, to enrich people’s lives at home. We will continue our investment on network, cloud, and IoT, to inspire innovation in organisations. The SAMENA Telecom Leaders’ Summit is a platform for us and all industry partners to collaborate to fulfil this mission.”

Huawei focuses on three domains – fully-connected networks, intelligent computing, and device innovation – and continues to invest in products, technologies, basic research, engineering capability improvement, technical standards, and industry ecosystems, with the aim of supporting customers in their digital transformation journey,  and lay the cornerstone of an intelligent world.

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