The Cairo ICT 2011 exhibition has seen a number of inspiring companies take the lead in promoting technology across the Middle East and North Africa regions. One of those companies, Huawei Technologies announced that it planned to expand into the business sector.
This means, Huawei said on Thursday at the Cairo exhibition, that it hopes to establish itself as the top choice for ICT solutions via public and private industries that will include health, education, government, oil and gas, real estate, transportation and banking.
“Huawei Enterprise Egypt will be mainly focusing on the Industry vertical, which is a group of similar businesses that engage in trade, based on specific and specialized needs. Vertical industry services offered by Huawei such as E-education, E-government, E-city, Smart Grids, E-banking & Railway communication solutions,” the company said in a press release published at the exhibition, which opened on Wednesday in Cairo.
One of the top goals, an official running Huawei’s booth said, was to bolster e-education services for younger generations across the globe. The official said that “through education and development of our young people, more and more countries will be able to compete on a global stage as well as benefit from our vast number of offerings in the future.”
It was another company to announce new products and services at the Cairo technology exhibition. Epson, the leader in projectors, announced a few days ahead of the exhibition that it would unveil a new line of projectors, which had industry and cultural specialists excited.
By Desmond Shephard