Huawei showcases innovative CloudLink solution to Vice President

Huawei has showcased the innovative CloudLink Enterprise Meeting Solution to Vice President Dr. Alhaji Mahamudu Bawumia at the maiden edition of the Mobile Technology for Development Conference (MT4D).

The Vice President experienced Huawei’s innovative CloudLink Meeting Solution when he visited the Huawei stand at the exhibition pavilion during the event.

The Southern Africa Regional Director for the Financial Services Industry (FSI) at Huawei, Mr. Chen ZhenTao, explained that: “In the digital era, innovation drives the development of enterprises, with smooth communication and collaboration being a key factor behind business success”.

The CloudLink is an integrated, open and intelligent new-generation enterprise communications solution developed by Huawei, which features Interactive Collaboration, Intelligent Conferencing and Ultra HD Audio and Video.  It can move conferences from the sphere of traditional video to interactive telepresence – thus making communication more efficient based on cloud services and team collaboration.

Mr. ZhenTao added that CloudLink is derived from Huawei’s own digital transformation practices. As a global company with operations in more than 170 countries, Huawei has 190,000 employees and 1023 office locations. After years of internal practice, CloudLink can support anytime, anywhere, any device and collaboration while satisfying the needs of various industries in most business scenarios.

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The Huawei CloudLink Meeting Solution helps corporations achieve seamless business activities in this era of globalisation when most companies are expanding overseas. Enterprises are able to gather a team and collaborate with anyone, anytime, anywhere by securely sending messages, making calls, or holding conferences; thereby improving agility and team collaboration. This, he said, will reduce travel costs and time; thus saving organisations money while ensuring a more efficient and effective use of time.

The Vice President was excited about the solution’s prospects and commended the innovation. He also called for further demonstrations of the solution and other technologies which will be relevant to Ghana’s digitization roadmap.

The Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekuful who accompanied the Vice President during the visit to the Huawei exhibition booth, also praised Huawei Ghana for its support and innovation while urging it to “continue delivering such high-tech solutions to serve the good people of Ghana”.

Huawei’s participation in the Mobile Technology for Development Conference comes against a backdrop of the company’s avid innovations and technological advancement in the areas of Enterprise Solutions, Core Banking and Mobile Money services platforms to help deliver basic business and digital banking with focus on developing economies.


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