Cloud Computing, Internet Datacenters and Big Data Business Intelligence from China

Huawei’s OpenLabs Will Push Chinese Tech Around The Globe

Chinese telecom device maker Huawei launched its global OpenLab planning and the company announced plans to build 15 new OpenLab sites around the world over the next three years.

By establishing new OpenLab sites, Huawei will cooperate with global partners from various sectors and industries to create customer-oriented innovative industrial solutions, to promote digital transformation and industry ecology development.

According to the plans unveiled during CeBIT 2017, Huawei will add seven new OpenLabs in cities like London, Paris, Moscow, and Johannesburg in 2017 to increase the total number of its global OpenLabs to 12. By the end of 2019, the total number is expected to increase to 20. At the same time, Huawei will promote talent localization over the next three years.

So far, Huawei has established OpenLabs in five countries, including China, Germany, Mexico, Singapore, and the United Arab Emirates. Many large business organizations and government departments are using solutions developed by Huawei's OpenLab.

Full financial details related to Huawei's global investments were not released.

Be the first to comment on "Huawei’s OpenLabs Will Push Chinese Tech Around The Globe"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


  Other China News

Nokia Phone Returns To China Via Exclusive Sales Channel

Artificial Intelligence Experts Join Sinovation Ventures

Apple's Struggles Drop Foxconn's Revenue 2.81% In 2016

Artificial Intelligence Guru Finds Search Engine Baidu


Chinese Electric Bus Manufacturer Lands USA Deal

American Electric Car Manufacturer To Build In China

U.S. Clean Water Company Makes Chinese Inroads

GE Will Promote Wind Power Through New Chinese Education Center

JD To Build Global Logistics Headquarters In Xi'an

Wumart, AGS Sign Agreement For Seafood Direct Procurement

India Gains Second Factory From China's Xiaomi

85% of Indian Staff To Lose Jobs At China's LeEco