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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...
Minister Obua Concludes 2020 Huawei Seeds For The Future Program

Minister Obua Concludes 2020 Huawei Seeds For The Future Program

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The State Minister of Education and Sports Hon. Hamson Obua has today concluded the 2020 Huawei seeds for the future program. During the ceremony organized on Zoom video system, the Minister commended Huawei for ‘walking the talk’ through the seeds for the future program that skills students to become Information and Communication Technology ( ICT) experts. “We want to salute Huawei that they are walking the talk. I feel honored to associate myself with this program that trains Ugandan students to become ICT experts. We are proud of the training opportunities you’re according to the citizens of Uganda. We are not taking that for granted,” said Hon. Hamson Obua. This comes after 37 top ICT students from various universities participated in the seeds for the...
Top African ICT Students Compete to Represent Sub Saharan Africa in Huawei’s Global ICT Competition

Top African ICT Students Compete to Represent Sub Saharan Africa in Huawei’s Global ICT Competition

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The Sub-Sahara African finals of the Huawei Global ICT Competition, under the theme of "Connection, Glory, Future", kicked off on 10 September with an online opening ceremony. It is believed to be the biggest event of its kind in Africa covering 14 countries and attracting over 50,000 students. Globally the Huawei ICT Competition 2019-2020 has covered over 70 countries worldwide, with 150 000 contestants from more than 2,000 universities and colleges. Launched in the region just five years ago, the Huawei ICT Competition has developed into the largest ICT skills competition in Africa. During the opening ceremony attended by industry partners, UNESCO and students, Huawei Southern Africa VP, Liao Yong highlighted the significance of connectivity in the era of social distanc...
Huawei Uganda announces Seeds for the Future Program 2020 edition despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Huawei Uganda announces Seeds for the Future Program 2020 edition despite Covid-19 Pandemic

Education, FEATURED, Latest News, Rwanda, TECH
By Keefa Nuwahereza Huawei to train top ICT Ugandan Students Online through the newly launched Sky Seeds for the Future.  Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, has announced the 2020 edition Seeds for the Future Program known as the “Sky Seeds for the Future” despite the Covid-19 pandemic. The announcement was made by the Public Relations Manager Ms Lina Cao who emphasized that the company shall carry out the program this year through online/e-learning platforms. President Museveni flags off the 2016 Seeds for the Future. Ms Cao encouraged universities in Uganda to recommend their students to take advantage of the world class training program aimed at equipping and nurturing students through exposing them to the latest industry technology trends. Hon. Fr...
The absurdity of TikTok spying allegations

The absurdity of TikTok spying allegations

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Opinion By Fabian Schmidt Whether a Chinese, US or European firm runs the platform where people share data makes no difference. If users want to show themselves, everyone will get their data, writes Fabian Schmidt. The zeal with which the Chinese regime collects data is really quite frightening. The Communist Party imposes total surveillance on its citizens that puts to shame even the horror scenarios of George Orwell's 1984. After all, when Orwell wrote his book in 1948, he could not have predicted what the internet era would one day make possible. In light of Beijing's aggressive expansionist policies, we should indeed be worried about protecting our data. Among other things, this means not relying on Chinese G5 technology, as security experts in the West cannot verifia...
Huawei’s Catherine Chen: Shared Responsibility For A Shared Future

Huawei’s Catherine Chen: Shared Responsibility For A Shared Future

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By Our reporter Huawei Corporate Senior Vice President and Director of the Board Catherine Chen delivered a keynote speech at the online Better World Summit 2020 and according to Chen, telecom regulators across many nations and industries must work together to address the shared challenges that have emerged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and create a more inclusive future for all. Other speakers at the summit included representatives from the International Telecommunication Union Radio communication Sector (ITU-R), Global System for Mobile Communications (GSMA), the European Competitive Telecommunications Association (ECTA), the South African Department of Communications and Digital Technologies, Thailand's Office of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission, China's...
Huawei’s Ryan Ding: Unleash Network Potential, Inspire Business Growth

Huawei’s Ryan Ding: Unleash Network Potential, Inspire Business Growth

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By Our Reporter Huawei's Executive Director and President of the Carrier BG Ryan Ding delivered a keynote speech at the Better World Summit 2020 today. According to Ding, as the COVID-19 crisis continues globally, carriers need to be prepared in four areas of network construction and business development to quickly unleash network potential and inspire business growth Carriers need to maximize the value of existing networks. They should make the most of their networks and rapidly expand their capacity by using software or adding boards or replacing RRUs. This can help them respond to the soaring data traffic during the pandemic and optimize site TCO. Carriers should focus on user experience and build the best 5G networks. The best network experience brings the biggest comm...
Unlocking the Potential of 5G to Drive Commercial Success Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

Unlocking the Potential of 5G to Drive Commercial Success Despite COVID-19 Pandemic

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By Elite News Reporter On the opening day of the inaugural Better World Summit, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman Guo Ping elaborated on how synergy across five major tech domains will help unlock the full potential of 5G to drive commercial success, despite the adverse effects of COVID-19 on world economies. Guest speakers from China Telecom, Etisalat, MTN, GSMA, and 3GPP/ETSI were also joined by thousands of online attendees from more than 80 countries to explore how information and communications technology (ICT) can power new economic growth both now and in a post-pandemic world. Working Together to Fight the Pandemic with Technology The pandemic has reshaped how we live and work, and has dealt a heavy blow to the world economy. Fortunately, ICT offers a concrete set of tools to...
Building The 5G Future On An LTE Foundation

Building The 5G Future On An LTE Foundation

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By Keefa Nuwahereza The latest report from GSA shows, by the end of May 2020, 386 operators globally had announced they were investing in 5G, among which 81 operators in 42 countries/territories  launched 5G commercial services, including the most recent MTN 5G launch in South Africa. 5G, the fifth generation of mobile networks, will enable enhanced mobile broadband, mission-critical communications, and massive Internet of Things (IoT) communications between equipment. However, today the immediate need is for online, digital communications, which can easily be provided by 4G or LTE networks. The good news is that LTE is also the foundation for the revolutionary move to 5G. Narrowing the digital divide and empowering more of the world’s people with online connectivity ...
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