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Huawei warmly welcomes the election of Mr Jean-Claude Juncker as the new President of the European Commission, approved by the European Parliament’s vote in Strasbourg today. Having made the creation of a digital single market for consumers and businesses one of his key objectives, we fully support Mr Juncker’s stated objective that Europe must drive… » read more

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Europe’s voters have spoken. Now its institutions are gearing up to shape the union’s destiny over the next five years. As new MEPs set up their offices in Brussels and political leaders convene to agree priorities for the new commission, one challenge in particular will be the focus of many minds: how can we digitally… » 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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Natalia Vicente, Team Manager & Legal Advisor at ICT start-up TagTagCity When I first moved to Brussels, I was working for a telco operator. One day, I found myself at a high-level event where my co-workers kept introducing me by saying “this is Natalia, she’s so pretty” until at some point I couldn’t helping adding… » 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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5G, the next frontier

Last week, our second European 5G summit took place in Munich. As technology, policy and business experts put their heads together to define the next steps in this disruptive process, let’s have a look at some of the technical concepts behind this buzzword. What makes 5G the next frontier of innovation for the entire mobile… » read more

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5G for Europe, Europe for 5G

The evolution of 5G technologies will have a fundamental impact on the future of ICT, transforming our lifestyles and building a bridge to the next generation of our digital society. Over the past two years, smartphones and mobile internet have already set off a fundamental and rather surprising transformation in the way we access the… » read more

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