Huawei, a global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, early this week showcased a new series of 'Smart and Sustainable City' solutions from its Enterprise Business Group that will accelerate ICT development in East Africa and improve operational efficiency among various organizations.
With its focus in Kenya's county governments, the 'Smart and Sustainable City' solutions are aimed at enabling counties to connect to each other through an integrated service architecture which allows for information sharing and provides advanced applications and services.
The company delivers sustainable technology solutions that are convenient to Kenya communities' life style. To promote the country's Vision 2030, Huawei will make technology driven services available to everyone, anywhere, at anytime. Mr. Wind Li, CEO of Huawei Technologies in Kenya says the company focuses on cooperation and integration with partners and firmly implements a transparent and stable channel policy.
They also strive to share more benefits with partners and work hard to build a harmonious ecosystem for win-win partnership relationships. As Kenya move towards the devolved government there is a need for systems in place that will connect the counties and support them in areas of safety, health, education and utility management. Li mentioned solutions such as data centres, cloud computing, enterprise networking and wireless, as well as Unified Communication and Collaboration (UC&C) will create room for transparency and improve operational efficiency in company and organization systemstructures.
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