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Huawei DQ ODN Named Leading Innovation by IDATE DigiWord

Huawei DQ ODN Named Leading Innovation by IDATE DigiWord

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The ODN: Market Driven by Innovation report released by IDATE DigiWorld rated the Huawei DQ ODN as a leading innovation thanks to its fast fiber deployment and enhanced digital management for optical distribution network (ODN). As a renowned analyst organization, IDATE DigiWorld observes and reports on the progress of FTTH/B network deployment all over the world. Their latest white paper analyzes the development trend and potential of the ODN industry, and evaluates more than 50 global mainstream ODN vendors in terms of product and solution innovation and integration capabilities, providing a reference for telecom operators to select vendors and solutions. The Huawei DQ ODN solution was recognized as a leading innovation, indicating that Huawei’s innovation and investment...
Team Uganda Shines at the World Stage of the Huawei ICT Global Competition

Team Uganda Shines at the World Stage of the Huawei ICT Global Competition

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Three Ugandan students who took first position at Africa Stage now take first position at world stage in a competition of over 39 countries and 103 teams Three University students representing Uganda; Shaffic Nyanzi and Emmanuel Kiguli from Muni and Doreen Nalwoga from Lira University emerged among the world’s best at the Huawei ICT Competition Global finals, taking first position. This was the first time for Uganda to qualify for the global stage after taking first position at the Africa region final. The Huawei ICT Competition is an annual international competition, a communication platform for university students and higher education institutions within the Huawei ICT Academy program. Through this competition, Huawei aims to challenge the students ICT knowledge as well as the pra...
Huawei AirPON to accelerate African fibre broadband connections

Huawei AirPON to accelerate African fibre broadband connections

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JOHANNESBURG, December – The recent AfricaCom virtual technology event saw Huawei launch its innovative AirPON solution, which reuses existing wireless sites to build full-fibre access networks for operators quickly and at low cost. Fibre broadband has come to be seen as an essential service, especially during the Covid-19 period, with strong demand for FTTH (Fibre to the Home) deployment in Africa countries. However, FTTH network construction faces huge challenges. Traditionally, operators have had to deploy centralised office equipment rooms and lay out massive optical cables to reach users. This requires large-scale initial investment and the resolution of complex problems such as right-of-way (ROW) acquisition. As a result, network construction has always been time-consuming and...
Huawei AirPON to accelerate African fibre broadband connections

Huawei AirPON to accelerate African fibre broadband connections

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JOHANNESBURG, December – The recent AfricaCom virtual technology event saw Huawei launch its innovative AirPON solution, which reuses existing wireless sites to build full-fibre access networks for operators quickly and at low cost. Fibre broadband has come to be seen as an essential service, especially during the Covid-19 period, with strong demand for FTTH (Fibre to the Home) deployment in Africa countries. However, FTTH network construction faces huge challenges. Traditionally, operators have had to deploy centralised office equipment rooms and lay out massive optical cables to reach users. This requires large-scale initial investment and the resolution of complex problems such as right-of-way (ROW) acquisition. As a result, network construction has always been time-consuming and...
Huawei awarded for COVID-19 network-operations solution

Huawei awarded for COVID-19 network-operations solution

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JOHANNESBURG, November, 2020 – A Huawei solution to support network operation centres during the COVID-19 pandemic has won the COVID-19 Response Award at the AfricaCom Virtual Awards. The Huawei O&M Autin grid-based operations solution won the prize, which recognises organisations and initiatives that have successfully deployed technology solutions in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic. Huawei was chosen as the winner from a shortlist of five initiatives on the continent.              The AfricaCom Virtual Awards acknowledge the contributions of Africa’s tech community in fields including corporate leadership, entrepreneurship, innovation, connectivity, pandemic response and building a more accessible, inclus...
From Survive to Thrive, working together for a better AfricaTechnology is getting us through the pandemic, and technology can also drive our continent’s recovery in the post-pandemic era, writes Chen Lei, President of Huawei Southern Afric

From Survive to Thrive, working together for a better AfricaTechnology is getting us through the pandemic, and technology can also drive our continent’s recovery in the post-pandemic era, writes Chen Lei, President of Huawei Southern Afric

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For most of us, 2020 has been a year of almost dramatic, almost traumatic change. As individuals, our lives have been transformed; as businesses, our operating models have been revolutionised; and as a society, we have been shaken to the core. Fortunately, many of the technologies that have helped us through the worst of the pandemic and the lockdown, hold the key to success and prosperity in the post-lockdown era. The new ways of interaction that emerged this year – characterised by remote work, distance education, remote healthcare, online shopping and mobile money – will define how society works in future. Across the economy the pace of change is already enormous. Last week, when we launched a 5G lab in Wits University, Professor Adam Habib, the Wits vice-chancellor told us ho...
First Prize of Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa ICT Competition Goes to Tanzanian, Ugandan, Nigerian and South African Students, Global Final Awaits

First Prize of Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa ICT Competition Goes to Tanzanian, Ugandan, Nigerian and South African Students, Global Final Awaits

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Students from Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria and South Africa have all come out tops in the Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa ICT Competition. Attended by high-ranking government officials, industry leaders and students, the Awards Ceremony was held online on Oct 29, 2020. They all move on to compete in November’s Global Final. The Tanzanian, Ugandan, Nigerian and South African teams stood out from more than 40 African teams during the fierce regional competition. This year, more than 50,000 students from 14 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa participated Huawei ICT Competition, the biggest attendance so far. The move to online also allowed more students to be part of this event. Mr. Hou Tao, Global Vice President of Huawei, highlighted the impressive enthusiasm of the students, which is much neede...
Huawei Reveals an Excellent Watch for 2020; Watch Fit Review

Huawei Reveals an Excellent Watch for 2020; Watch Fit Review

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It's 2020. Depending on where you live in the world, you might be working from home, you might be stuck at home, and local gyms may be closed. One thing is for sure; you've been affected in some way by the COVID-19 pandemic, and if you're like me, you've gained some weight. Being a technology journalist, one of the things that interests me is technology that can help people to get proactive about their health, especially now. That's why the Huawei Watch Fit caught my eye. I already appreciate Huawei's LiteOS smartwatches and how good they are with fitness tracking, but this device adds guided workouts. With guided workouts, the device offers an array of workouts that vary in their degree of difficulty. Most importantly, you don't need for your gym to be open to do it, and you do...
Samsung Galaxy S21 Leaked, Reveal New Camera setup and More

Samsung Galaxy S21 Leaked, Reveal New Camera setup and More

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As we get closer to the official announcement of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21, the leaks are starting to pick up. The leaked renders, courtesy of leaker @OnLeaks, showcase how the phone might look like when it is released next year. Since the information isn't official, it is possible that the actual phone may look different, however, this sheds some light as to what to expect when the phone officially arrives early next year. Steve HmMcFly, the name behind @OnLeaks, noted that the phone's unique rear camera housing design makes it different from its predecessors, as it extends from the metal frame of the device. All three cameras have been placed vertically on top of each other, with the flash added right next to the housing, similar to what Samsung did with the Galaxy No...
Chinese Spying in Africa through Infrastructure Projects

Chinese Spying in Africa through Infrastructure Projects

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By Keefa Nuwahereza A new report shows how Beijing is using infrastructure to expand its surveillance network on the continent, making U.S. officials vulnerable. China’s Expands Spy Ambitions in Africa In 2018, the African Union accused China of infiltrating the computer network in its glitzy new headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to steal sensitive data—a task made easier by the fact that China itself built the headquarters. But it likely didn’t stop there. In recent years, China has quietly embarked on government building projects across Africa that add up to a counterintelligence nightmare for the United States and its partners on the continent, according to new research from the Heritage Foundation. China has constructed or renovated nearly 200 govern...
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