CHINESE leading information and communications conglomerate, Huawei has introduced ultra-modern electronic gadgets including 4G mobile handsets, intelligent video surveillance and tele presence video conferencing.
Speaking in Dar es Salaam over the weekend during a short ceremony to introduce the gadgets, Huawei Technologies Tanzania Company Limited Channel Executive, Moses Hella, said their latest ICT, security and conferencing technology serves all sectors of the country's economy.
"We have everything for everyone, 4G mobile handsets for individuals and mobile phone service companies, push to video technology for security companies and data center innovations for enterprises," Mr Hella said.
He further noted that Huawei has also brought latest green power innovative technology for solar power. "Ministry of Education has already purchased a tele-presence technology which allows video meetings involving real people and not the existing video conference technology," Hella noted.
In a statement, the Chinese technology giant said the road-show in Tanzania has brought convergent communication solutions and philosophies to enhance brand and industry leadership.
"During the Roadshow we will introduce the concept of ICT transformation, infrastructure transformation and business operation transformation, in addition to highlighting the benefits of our Value Growth Solution (VGS) which helps customers to improve income, increase efficiency and enhance user experience," the company said.
Among other brand products, Huawei said its innovative soft mobile solution in the radio access is a future proof deployment for 10 years evolution in wireless field with blade RRU, Adaptive Antenna Unit (AAU), AtomCell, Lampsite, Cloud BBU and Single Radio Controller (SRC).
One of the fastest growing high-tech companies in the last 20 years, Huawei is the second largest telecoms equipment business globally. Huawei is a major global multinational and leading ICT solutions provider employing 150,000 people in more than 140 countries.
Europe is Huawei's second largest region after China and it generates around 70 per cent of global revenues are generated outside China led by Europe.