Huawei Introduces a Series of Products and Solutions for Wi-Fi 7 Campuses


Nairobi Kenya, 29th April 2024: Huawei introduced a series of products and solutions for Wi-Fi 7 campuses, production networks in the power and transportation industries, and smart home networks, during Huawei Kenya IP & OptiX Club 2024 held in Nairobi under the them  “F5G Advanced, the Foundation for Industry Intelligence”. 

Huawei IP & OptiX Club is a platform for IP and optical technology exchanges among industries. It is organized to facilitate the exchange of ideas on the latest solutions, as well as share Huawei’s best practices worldwide. In addition, future trends of the IP and optical industry are also discussed. This year, customers from the Government, Transportation, ISP, Finance, Energy and Commercial industries attended the event to discuss the innovative applications of IP communication, optical fiber communication and optical fiber sensing in their respective industries.

“Our Value proposition is that Huawei invests heavily in our Research and Development (R&D) producing high quality solutions. Our Company is customer focused in approach and we are committed to always improving customer experience. We look forward to continue working with our customers and partners in delivering our innovative and reliable solutions.”  Kevin Wenkai, Managing Director, Huawei Eastern Africa Enterprise said.

Speaking at the event ICT Director, MOIC & DE Mr. Loyford Murithi, congratulated Huawei for the investment the Company continues to make in Kenya and its  continued partnership with the ICT ministry. 

“At the Connected Africa Summit, Huawei introduced the future technology development trend in the network and transmission fields. AI will accelerate network intelligence. Advanced technologies such as digital maps will greatly improve network O&M efficiency. fifth-generation fixed network (F5G), fgOTN and 50G PON, those new transmission technologies will speed up fiber to home, to enterprise, to machine, and to computing, building accurate sensing and ultra-broadband, deterministic networks for industries. I wish to thank Huawei for the investment it has and continues to make in Kenya and in its people. We are looking forward to the success of these products and solutions in the Kenyan market and beyond,”  Mr Murithi said.

The essence of intelligent transformation is to provide more intelligent digital services, thereby helping various industries improve efficiency and productivity. Network quality affects the quality of digital services. Thus, in intelligent transformation, improving network quality is the key for improving digital productivity.

Huawei is at the forefront of Kenya’s ICT landscape, pioneering innovative solutions and driving digital transformation across the nation. We are committed to bringing digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected world To this end, we will drive ubiquitous connectivity and promote equal access to networks that lay the foundation for a digital Kenya and the world. We hope to continue building long-term relationships with you, in both the private and public sector.

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