Huawei Launches A 5G & Internet of Things (IoT) Centre In Australia


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Chinese technological advancement is consistently spreading to all nooks and cranny of the world. While some countries have reservations for Chinese tech, others accept it with open arms. Chinese tech giant, Huawei, has made several attempts to penetrate the U.S. to no avail but its peril in the U.S. has not affected its development in other regions of the world. Recent reports show that Huawei has launched a Customer Solutions and Innovation Center (CSIC) in Sydney, Australia, to showcase its 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities to customers, governments and industry.

Huawei Australia Chairman, John Lord, said at the opening ceremony of CSIC on today that the center demonstrated how Huawei is committed to innovation and R&D in Australia.

“We want to help drive this growing digital economy in Australia, and we think CSIC is a key part of our customers, partners and ICT industry,” Lord said.

According to Dr. David Soldani, CTO of Huawei Australia, the center will be used to design, develop and test 5G and Internet of Things solutions, drive an open industry ecosystem, and accelerate the transformation of the digital economy.

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