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The first LATAM Fiber Broadband Leaders Summit, organized by Huawei, with support from ITU and Informa Markets, was held today in São Paulo, Brazil.
La Casa de las Baterías, a panamanian multinational committed to sustainable development, the use of technology and services that promote electric mobility, as well as the generation of clean energy in Panama, signed a strategic alliance with Huawei, the global technology giant and world leader in solar energy and storage equipment. The objective of this agreement is to strengthen the supply of grid inverters for photovoltaic systems in Central America and the Caribbean.
Huawei Technologies Central America and the Caribbean, a leading provider of information and communications technologies (ICT), announces the registration for the 2023 edition, at regional level, of its flagship corporate social responsibility program, Semillas para el Futuro, which provides an annual opportunity for university students throughout Central America and the Caribbean, to be trained in topics related to the world of ICT.
Father's Day is coming and you're probably already thinking about what to get him. Here's a trick that never fails: technological devices. Every dad wants a gift that looks good but is also functional for everyday life.
Huawei has announced the replacement of its legacy ERP system with its MetaERP system, over which it has full control. Huawei today held the MetaERP awards ceremony to recognize the individuals and teams that have made key contributions to this project. Entitled "Heroes Struggling to Cross the Dadu River," the event was held at the company's Xi Liu Bei Po campus in Dongguan, China.
Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) provider, is pushing its port terminal automation solution after the success of the first installation of its kind.
In Latin America and the Caribbean, approximately 200 million people do not have access to basic digital infrastructure, in addition to this, more than a third of households in Latin America still do not have an internet connection and the region continues to lag behind other economies, according to World Bank data.
As part of the celebration of the closing of the Semillas para el Futuro program, accompanied by university directors and government representatives, its main allies, celebrated the successful completion of the program for 2022.
As of october 2022, more than 230 operators worldwide have launched their commercial 5G services. In total, the industry has built more than 3 million 5G base stations, offering services to more than 700 million subscribers.
Huawei and GSMA Latin America announced during the two flagship regional telecom industry events, Gitex and Huawei Connect Dubai, their commitment to work together in Latin America and the Caribbean to promote digital transformation, increase the adoption of telecom services, and reduce the mobile network deployment gap.