Huawei outlines growth opportunities for Kenyan telcos

Huawei outlines growth opportunities for Kenyan telcos
  • Huawei vows to help telecommunication firms double their revenues
  • To improve coverage and user experience, Huawei will enhance rapid deployment of home broadband and indoor digitization
  • By 2025, over 2 billion people will be connected to mobile phones

 

Global technology solutions firm Huawei has expressed its commitment to assist mobile telecommunication operators in Kenya among other emerging markets to increase their efficiency and drive profitable growth.

As part of Huawei’s emerging market growth strategy, the firm has announced plans geared at promoting the sustainable development in emerging market players.

Among other fronts, Huawei will be seeking to enhance the rapid deployment of home broadband and indoor digitalization solutions to improve coverage and user experience.

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Speaking in Barcelona, Spain at the Digital Transformation Forum staged on the sidelines of the Mobile World Conference (MWC 2017), Huawei Executive Director and Chief Strategy Marketing Officer, Mr. William Xu, said carriers in Kenya will enjoy solutions geared at fostering rapid technology deployment.

“We shall work hand-in-hand with operators such as Telkom Kenya, Safaricom, and Airtel Kenya among others, to help them identify valued customers, develop valued businesses, and build valued networks. We enable operators to combine industry policy with the utilization of existing network resources, and integrate technological and business innovation,” Mr. William Xu said.

“By 2025, we will see 2 billion more people with mobile connections, and another 500 million broadband homes. Our commitment has always been to enable world’s operators to build roads to new growth,” added Xu.

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