Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Huawei reinforces openness and collaboration on final day of MWC 2016

By Jayne Garfitt, for Total Telecom, on behalf of Huawei
Thursday 25 February 16

As Mobile World congress drew to a close, one booth remained exceptionally busy. For the first time, Huawei invited all Mobile World Congress delegates to visit its usually exclusive stand in Hall 1, giving visitors a glimpse of the future and a ubiquitously connected world. Usually reserved for invited partners and customers, Huawei reinforced its commitment to openness in the mobile industry on the final day of MWC 2016, sharing its vision of the better connected world. The technologies needed to achieve this were also on display, with Huawei’s main focuses including business transformation…

As Mobile World congress drew to a close, one booth remained exceptionally busy. For the first time, Huawei invited all Mobile World Congress delegates to visit its usually exclusive stand in Hall 1, giving visitors a glimpse of the future and a ubiquitously connected world. Usually reserved for invited partners and customers, Huawei reinforced its commitment to openness in the mobile industry on the final day of MWC 2016, sharing its vision of the better connected world. The technologies needed to achieve this were also on display, with Huawei’s main focuses including business transformation…

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