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Head to Christchurch this June for Huawei ICT showcase – Building A Better Connected Christchurch

15 Jun 15

This June, Atlas Gentech is hosting an enterprise information and communications (ICT) showcase in Christchurch, focusing on the world-leading technology strategies from global ICT solutions provider, Huawei Enterprise.

Huawei Enterprise offers a broad portfolio of innovative ICT solutions that cater to global vertical industry and enterprise customers across government and public sector, finance, transportation, energy, large enterprises, communications and multi-service operators (MSOs), and small to midsize enterprises (SMEs).

Huawei Technologies general manager of Strategy & Business Consulting will also be showcasing Business & Governance Models for SmartCity & Sensor/IoT Networks. 

As sensors are the lowest level in the collection of information in a Smart City environment, the allocation and sharing of data among the different interested public and private sector enterprises will enable a truly integrated Smart City.

Huawei as a leading Smart City Solution provider understands that the sensor collection and the data sharing is the core strategy of a true SmartCity.

There will be a New Zealand exclusive preview of Huawei’s latest flagship smart device during the event by the Huawei device team.

With celebrity MC Jackie Clarke hosting the event, attendees will hear how Huawei Enterprise is continually developing customer-oriented strategies and technologies to adapt to the revolutionary transformations taking place in the industry.

Other guest speakers include Ross Robertson, Huawei Technologies national channel manager and Chris Fair, Atlas Gentech national brand manager.

The event will take place 1pm-6pm Tuesday 30 June at Novotel Cathedral Square in Christchurch.

For more information and to register now, head on over to the event website.

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