Huawei kicks off digital transformation themed roadshow in the region

The roadshow puts the spotlight on advanced ICT technologies that are driving digital transformation in the region and helping to achieve the development agendas in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Pakistan.
“Digitalisation is transforming both business models and personal lifestyles and this change is happening at a lightning speed”, says Terry He.
“Digitalisation is transforming both business models and personal lifestyles and this change is happening at a lightning speed”, says Terry He.

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Huawei will conduct a six-country roadshow across the region from April to May 2018.

Under the theme ‘Leading New ICT, The Road to Digital Transformation’, the roadshow puts the spotlight on advanced ICT technologies that are driving digital transformation in the region and helping to achieve the development agendas in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Pakistan.

The New ICT Roadshow 2018 will be a collaborative platform that will bring together Huawei experts from the region who will share their insights into technical topics and best practices in multiple fields, such as all-cloud network, cloud-managed campus, convergent campus, all-flash storage, and intelligent video surveillance (IVS). Huawei will gather enterprise leaders across a number of key verticals including safe city/public safety, utilities and oil and gas.

“Digitalisation is transforming both business models and personal lifestyles and this change is happening at a lightning speed”, said Terry He, President of Enterprise Business, Huawei Middle East.

“Developing digital strategies has become a core priority for countries in the region, as governments and enterprises face overwhelming challenges in adapting to this fast changing world. Increasingly, business models are being driven by digital innovation, where ‘New ICT’ is the key driving force. Huawei has been operating in the region for more than three decades.

“Our enterprise business only started in 2011, only to become one of the market leaders in 2018. This is because we have aligned with major governments in the Middle East who have taken an ambitious effort in making digitisation a national priority. In addition, our R&D efforts have given Huawei a global and regional leadership position in the digital transformation.”


The New ICT Roadshow 2018 began in Kuwait City, Kuwait (9th April 2018 at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa) and will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE (16th April 2018 - Rosewood Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island), Riyadh, KSA (18th April 2018 - Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh At Kingdom Centre), Manama, Bahrain (24th April 2018 - Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, Bahrain), Dubai, UAE (30th April 2018 – FIVE Palm Jumeirah, Dubai), Muscat, Oman (1st May 2018 - Grand Millennium Muscat, Oman) and Karachi, Pakistan (3rd May 2018 – Pearl Continental Hotel, Karachi).

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