As the world becomes more complex, and the demand for high bandwidth with strong availability and short latency increases, Siemens CVS needs a partner that can deliver the features required to serve a series of vertical markets.
Jose Carrillo Ortiz, Operations Coordinator for Spain's PTV Telecom, talks to us about his impressions of the Huawei booth at CeBIT2014, what catches his interest, and his hopes for his future partnership with Huawei.
Portugal's Benfica is the largest membership club in the world. This means it has an extraordinary demand for partnerships with IT companies. Bernardo Faria de Carvalho, Director of Sales and International Expansion, tells us why, after a six-month search, the company decided on Huawei as the perfect partner for its newest projects.
At CeBIT 2014 Berthold B.H. Ochtrup, Business Development Manager for Datacenter at rz4you powered by DANES, prioritizes for us his many considerations when choosing data centers and how Huawei has met these challenges.
TenICT, a consulting firm in the Netherlands, has been a valued partner of Huawei since 2005. Solution Manager Arjen Paul talks to us about what interests him the most at Huawei's exhibition at CeBIT 2014.
Thamesgate is in the process of building a partnership with Huawei, as it considers Huawei's modular projects one of the most advanced in the industry. Here, Robin Koffler, Director of the company, tells us more about this promising partnership.
ProdyTel, a distribution company in Germany and Austria, has been working with Huawei for the past two years. Its Managing Director, Christian Carrero, has always been impressed by Huawei's video conference technology. In this video, Carrero tells us his expections for the partnership going forward.
While some claim CES has lost its luster and big name headliners over the years, the show refuses to be deemed irrelevant. With trends spanning healthcare, mobile and automotive, there was plenty to see.
Intel put on an impressive show at CES 2013, showing off a whole host of ultrabook convertibles, smartphones and gesture control demos. We walked around the booth and found the best Intel had to offer.
While BlackBerry may no longer be an executive brand, Bentleys are still the very icons of style. So when RIM owned software company QNX decided to hack a Bentley, the results were incredibly cool. Take a look.
Two popular trends rocking the world of consumer electronics are touch enabled surfaces and the Internet of Things. American semiconductor firm Atmel has made both a priority, and to prove it, the firm hit the ground running at CES 2013.
Maxim Integrated showed off its Cardio Leaf t-shirt to demonstrate the integration of sensors with the analog technology that controls them and processes their data. Also showing off its audio products, notably the FlexSound configuration application
Sylvie Barak takes you on a speedy tour of the CES show floor, to see what accessories, gadgets, toys and tech was on offer.
Among the highlights; cute bluetooth speakers, nail printers, bejeweled iphone cases, LED lights, waterproof tablets and more
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