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Huawei Launches Business Solutions

May 26, 2012

Source: United News of Bangladesh Limited, Bangladesh

Dhaka, August 17, 2011 (UNB) – Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited, a telecommunications infrastructure service provider, has launched business solutions, aiming to improve further the ICT services of the public and private organisations.

Huawei launched the business solutions at the Huawei Enterprise Customer Event at Sonargaon Hotel in the city on Wednesday.

With the launching of the business solutions, organisations, including educational, transport, energy, and power and manufacturing institutions, will receive better and faster telecommunications services from the company, said a press release.

Speaking on the occasion, Huawei chief executive officer Wonder Wang said the company is providing standard ICT services at competitive and reasonable prices with a view to bringing more people closer to the telecom technology. Its vision is to enrich life through communication.

He said, “Its products and solutions have been deployed in over 140 countries, serving 45 of the global top 50 operators and more than one third of the world’s population.”

Wonder Wang said Huawei is trying to help bridge the digital gap by leveraging its experience and expertise in the ICT sector.

He said it also wants to create green solutions that enable customers to reduce power consumption, carbon emissions and resource costs, leading to the sustainable development of Bangladesh’s economy.

Huawei that began its operation in Bangladesh in 1998 has become one of the country’s leading ICT solution providers, as a major supplier to all the telecom operators in Bangladesh, including GP, Banglalink, Robi, CityCell, Airtell, Teletalk and BTCL.

ICT Secretary M Rafiqul Islam, high officials of Huawei and government organizations, banks, educational institutions, partners and others were present at the launching programme.