Bangladesh telecom industry marks tremendous growth

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Bangladesh telecom industry marks tremendous growth
Huawei CEO says while unveiling 10-yr plan
Business Desk

Bangladesh telecom industry had made a tremendous growth in the past decade and was poised for significant achievements in the next decade.

Huawei Bangladesh CEO Wonder Wang said adding Huawei reaffirms its commitment to Bangladesh by providing the latest cutting-edge technology to Bangladesh partners in 2G, 3G, Enterprise and Terminals domain.

He made the remark while Huawei unveiled a 10-year growth strategy at an analyst summit in Shanghai recently, according to a message received here yesterday.

Under the strategy, Huawei, a world-leading telecom solutions provider, planned to provide integrated solutions to operators, enterprises and consumers across the world including Bangladesh.

Richard Yu, chief marketing officer of Huawei, said: “The next 10 years will be a crucial period as the needs of users shift from basic communications to comprehensive demands for information. The disappearing line between IT and ICT presents both opportunities and challenges for us. Huawei will continue to collaborate closely with partners to broaden the boundaries of the telecommunications industry and work towards greater growth.”

Huawei reaffirms its commitment to Bangla- desh by providing the latest cutting-edge technology to Bangladesh partners in 2G, 3G, Enterprise and Terminals domain,” Wonder Wang said.

Huawei has strong presence in Bangladesh as it is the biggest supplier to GP, Banglalink, Robi, Citycell, Teletalk and BTCL, and the second biggest supplier to Airtel.

Meanwhile Huawei yesterday filed lawsuits in Germany, France, and Hungary against ZTE Corporation (ZTE) for patent and trade mark infringement. The lawsuits were filed on the basis that ZTE is infringing a series of Huawei’s patents relating to data card and LTE (Long Term Evolution) technologies and illegally used a Huawei-registered trademark on some of its data card products.

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