Huawei Enterprise Business Group managing director and vice president for Middle East Alaa Elshimy discusses how safe cities are impacting people, public, and private sectors.
In the third quarter of 2018, Chinese brands Huawei and Xiaomi, helped drive global smartphone sales, according to Gartner.
Apple plans to hold off until at least 2020 before offering an iPhone that can connect to the next generation of high-speed phone services coming next year.
Huawei Cloud has officially launched its Blockchain Service (BCS) for global use, after launching it for commercial use in China …
Smartphone shipments to countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) increased for the first time since Q1 2017, according to a recent report.
At the event, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman, Ken Hu, announced the shipment of Huawei’s first 10,000 5G base stations, outlining the company’s vision for the future of 5G.
Huawei, as part of its endeavour to set a new benchmark in tech wearables, has launched the new Huawei Watch GT by introducing the concept of GT into the DNA of its smartwatches.
With Huawei edging closer to the $100 billion revenue mark, vice president and managing director of the Middle East enterprise business group, Alaa Elshimy, tells CNME why the firm has the edge over its AI competitors, why it is not investing in Blockchain – for now – and why the United Nations could decide what machines should and shouldn’t do.
The advantages of all-flash storage and why Huawei OceanStor all-flash storage is an ideal choice for mission-critical business.
Charles Yang, President, Huawei Middle East, delves into how artificial intelligence is transforming technologies and industries to enhance public safety.