Du signs network managed services deal with Huawei

Telecom Lead Middle East: Du, a telecom service provider
in the Middle East, has signed its network managed services agreement with
Huawei.

 

Du customers will benefit from the combined strength of
Du’s converged fixed and mobile network, while at a corporate level Du will
have access to tools, allowing it to optimize its network potential.


By associating with Huawei, Du will focus on its core result areas and further
streamline its operations.

 

This agreement will allow Huawei to assist Du with the
complex task of managing a converged end-to-end network. It also gives Huawei
an opportunity to extend its Managed Services portfolio to include new and
previously untapped solutions.

 

“We have worked with Huawei on several key projects in the past, and today
marks the evolution of our relationship as we take our partnership to a new
high. Our primary focus in all of our actions is to provide the ultimate
customer services experience. To achieve this, we seek ways in which we can
develop our network and the services that we can offer to our customers, which
is precisely what our new agreement with Huawei will achieve,” said Fahad
Al Hassawi, chief human resources and shared services officer, Du.

“Huawei is one of the leading Managed Services providers worldwide, and we
will use this vast global expertise to provide Du and their customers with an
exceptional service experience,” said Xia Chaojie, Middle East Region Vice
President of Delivery & Service, Huawei.

 

Huawei has managed more than 240 accumulated networks
globally including 44 contracts in the Middle East, launching three Huawei
resource centers dedicated to Managed Services in addition to five training
centers across the region.

 

Huawei bags five-year managed services deal from O2 network

 

Huawei has bagged a five-year managed services deal to
manage O2’s UK network.

 

As per the deal, Huawei will provide planning and
implementation of O2″²s network, including build out of new network
infrastructure and handling transmission between the operator’s network and the
rest of the UK’s communication infrastructure.

 

Huawei to invest more in European telecom markets


Recently, Huawei announced that it is framing strategies
to strengthen its focus in Europe. 

 

The company identified Europe as one of the important
markets for future development. Huawei is planning to up its investment in
Europe and focus on establishing more partnerships with European firms.

 

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