Huawei recently conducted one of its kind Cloud Innovation Roadshow throughout the country that concluded this Sunday. Company says that aim for the roadshow was to expand awareness about advance technology of Internet and Cloud technology in Pakistan.
The roadshow saw participation from government and private sectors that were looking at how organizations in Pakistan can benefit from advancements in cloud-based IT solutions over the coming five years.
As part of the road show, Huawei underscored its vision of creating “Open ROADS to a Better Connected World” through various platforms including conferences and live demonstrations across numerous cities in Pakistan.
Huawei said that its ROADS vision encompasses five fundamental characteristics of the user experiences in a fully connected world—notably a desire for Real-time, On-demand, All-online, DIY, and Social connectivity.
Huawei believes that its “ROADS” vision will serve to foster a more open industry ecosystem that enables agile innovations that can advance the ICT industry as well as all social sectors in the digital age.
A statement issued by the company said that Pakistan road show was well received by cities including Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi with over 1000 customers attending.
Leading CIOs, CTOs and senior level management from IT and telecommunication regulatory bodies, as well as representatives from numerous vertical industries took part in the roadshow.
Many of the world’s most advanced IT and cloud-based solutions were showcased along the way. As part of the program, Huawei experts shared guidance on how new cloud-based IT solutions can be applied in various environments particularly in fields of telecommunications, education, banking and finance.
“Pakistan is at a crossroads of development. With abundant human resources and an understanding of cutting-edge technology, it is evident that Pakistan’s ICT market will continue to expand and contribute to the overall development of society,” says Mr. Aragon Meng, CEO of Huawei Pakistan.
“In building a better connected Pakistan, it is Huawei’s aim to help make IT simple and make business agile. We pledge to help governments, corporates and telcos to better understand the challenges they face, the market needs, and to position their cloud offerings in a way that monetizes huge amounts of digital information for extending their competitive advantage.”
One of the highlights of the road show were demonstrations that gave visitors the opportunity to experience firsthand the latest innovations in data centers, storage, virtual servers & desktops, plus a wide range of vertical industry solutions. That has included access to a fully-functional Huawei data center operating in a live environment inside the demo container.