Huwaei Partners With Vodafone to Fullfil Mobile Connectivity Requirements of Enterprise Customers
FREMONT, CA: Recently, it has been reported that Huwaei plans to extend its strategic partnership in enterprise business by signing of a Global Framework Agreement with Vodafone. Post announcement of the agreement at CeBIT 2016, a number of key recent joint wins has been followed by the two companies.
Enabling Vodafone and Huwaei, to meet the needs of Enterprise customers in the areas of fixed and mobile connectivity, narrowband IoT and total communications solutions, the partnership will widen the range of co-operation. It is apparent that the agreement between Huwaei and Vodafone allows them to work closer towards delivering of industry leading customer solutions in the area of Enterprise which is strategically important to both the companies. Post the Global Framework Agreement signed with Vodafone, Huwaei has had the opportunity to develop its business opportunities within the Vodafone Group. Vodafone's Global Approved Suppliers are key enablers in the delivery of increased value to Vodafone's customers and shareholders.
Huwaei is a global ICT solutions provider founded in 1987 with its headquarters being in China. The company has established end-to-end capabilities and strengths across the carrier networks, enterprise, consumer, and cloud computing fields through their dedication to customer-centric innovation and strong partnerships. By leveraging their expertise and experience in the ICT sector, Huwaei helps bridge the digital divide by providing opportunities to enjoy broadband services, regardless of geographic location. Contributing to the sustainable development of society, the economy, and the environment, Huawei creates green solutions that enable customers to reduce power consumption, carbon emissions, and resource costs.
“After more than 10 years of successful partnership between Vodafone and Huawei, the extension of our capability to co-operate in the Enterprise space will promote even greater success to win business together,” comments James Chen, President, Vodafone Account Department of Huawei.
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