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Chinese giant Huawei to build cloud computing data centre in NZRUBEN SPRICH/REUTERS Huawei CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei met with Prime Minister Bill English in Wellington to discuss its New Zealand investment plans on Tuesday.
The obvious location for the data centre was Auckland but it “could be anywhere”, he said.
Bowater said the initial focus of its New Zealand data centre would be to serve the local market, but it could also “be a bit of a regional hub”.
Chinese technology juggernaut Huawei plans to splash out hundreds of millions of dollars in New Zealand after praising the country’s approach to global business.
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IoT, big data driving Huawei interest in Africa
As it stated in CeBIT 2017 – IoT, big data driving Huawei interest in Africa The Internet of Things (IoT) and big data analysis are the main drivers behind Huawei Technologies ongoing interest in Africa’s growing technology landscape.
Huawei used the first day to introduce an omnimedia solution based on the integration of all multimedia content into the cloud.
Smart city Smart city development continues to draw attention, particularly in Africa, where there has been application of Huawei’s flagship solution, its Intelligent Operation Centre.
All editing and publishing can be managed in the cloud using what developers have called the industry’s first 8-track HD editing desktop cloud solution.
Huawei emphasised its collaboration with global partners who use the company’s infrastructure to roll out solutions.