By Team BitBol,
Huawei has been at the forefront of innovation for quite some time now and the tech giant has been very active in its efforts to help ease the lives of its customers throughout the pandemic. Many industries have had to rely on remote working and e-learning options and Huawei has been instrumental in making these options available with their well-reputed, state-of-the-art technologies.The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc to almost every single industry out there and over the past few months, the pressure has been on for telecom operators and vendors to take it upon themselves to ensure efficient connectivity and to help businesses function and navigate the ‘new normal’
Huawei Middle East’s Vice President (Public Relations), SpaceLee (Li Xiangyu) in recent Media interaction discuss the challenges and opportunities which have been brought about by the pandemic and Huawei’s role in helping people stay connected during these trying times.
Since the first sign of an outbreak in China, Huawei has been coping with the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic. While ensuring the safety for all people in our workplaces, including guests on our premises, we spared no efforts in responding quickly and effectively to today’s challenges, maintaining and strengthening our customers’ communications networks.
There will inevitably be a financial impact as a result of the global measures taken against COVID-19, and so Huawei has lowered its financial targets for the year. The pandemic has had an impact on sales in the first quarter of 2020, however we anticipate that lockdown measures may lead to an increased demand for ICT products in the months to come, as companies seek to boost their connectivity and network capacity in order to enable more people to work remotely. Huawei believe that this may accelerate demand for network rollouts, particularly 5G. Huawei working to ensure that we are effective and quick in responding to challenges that may arise for our customers and partners, especially when it comes to strengthening their communications networks so that they can operate as seamlessly as possible. Huawei Has joined the KollunaAttaa program in Saudi Arabia, which is a charity initiative sponsored by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, to provide students who cannot afford digital services with smart tablets so that they can access online education