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For a data-friendly future

  Blog post by John Suffolk, Senior Vice President, Global Cyber Security & Privacy Officer (GSPO) Security & trust in the always-on age When the Council of Europe launched Data Protection Day ten years ago, to raise awareness about the protection of personal data, smartphones were high-tech gadgets used by a minority. What a long… » read more

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Identifying 5G projects for co-funding is a priority for the EU-China partnership The 5G research deal signed by the EU and China in September is a crucial step towards these two world powers growing closer together. Both will benefit unprecedentedly from the partnership, as will consumers, who will enjoy better technologies and services in the… » read more

Posted by Tony Graziano

  Guo Ping is rotating CEO of Huawei Digitization has transformed services over the past decade. The Internet has reshaped banking, while e-commerce has rendered yesterday’s retail sector all but unrecognizable. Yet even as services continue to evolve, the focus will soon shift to manufacturing and the unprecedented changes being created by the Internet of… » read more

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Coding the City of Tomorrow

By Tony Graziano, Vice-President of Huawei’s EU Public Affairs Office Wouldn’t it be handy to know which of the people participating in the same event as you share your interests? Well, now there’s an app for that. Thanks to the winning team at the EU-China App Hackathon, the COCOFFEE app will soon enable us to… » read more

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Huawei’s network of partner universities in Europe is expanding rapidly. In recent weeks, joint educational initiatives have kicked off in Alicante (Spain), Delft (the Netherlands) and Brussels (Belgium). What are these projects all about? As part of its long-standing commitment to fostering skills among the next generation of ICT leaders, Huawei is seeking to equip… » read more

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This year’s edition of the InnoApps competition will see young people from Europe and China team up to jointly create innovative mobile apps for smart cities of the future. The 2014 EU-China Hackathon follows the highly successful first edition of the InnoApps competition of 2013, that was initiated by leading global ICT company Huawei and… » read more

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Advanced 5G infrastructure, defined as the ubiquitous ultra-broadband network that will carry the future internet, is not simply an evolution of current generations. More significantly, it represents a revolution in the field of ICT that will enable ultra-reliable, dependable, secure, privacy-preserving and delay-critical services to everyone and everything. A fully immersive experience, enriched by context… » read more

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