Huawei, a global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) solutions, has kicked off a nationwide Cloud Innovation Roadshow in Oman, with the aim of enabling enterprises to benefit more from the cloud technology.
The roadshow has been organised in collaboration with representatives from the government and private sector to preview how the Omani national economy can benefit from new advancements in IT cloud technology over the coming five years.
The roadshow started yesterday and continues till tomorrow. A number of senior representatives from the Omani government, telecommunications, large enterprises, academia sectors and business partners had been invited to attend the event.
“Societies across the globe are entering into a new era of in-depth integration of the digital and physical worlds, changing the way that organisations deliver on-demand services to the public,” said Tony Luo, general manager of Huawei Oman.
“In light of this, it is Huawei’s aim to help make IT simple and make business agile. By bringing together business and IT leaders from across the Sultanate, we pledge to help government, corporate and telcos to better understand the challenges, market needs and position their cloud offering to monetise huge amounts of digital information for building their competitive advantage,” he added.
One of the highlights of the road show will be a Huawei Demo Truck equipped with the complete portfolio of Huawei IT products which gives visitors an opportunity to experience firsthand the latest innovations in data centre solutions, virtual servers and desktops, storage, plus a wide range of vertical industry solutions.
Huawei Oman IT Roadshow will offer guidance on how new cloud-based IT solutions can be applied in various sectors, particularly in fields of telecommunications, government, education, oil and gas, healthcare, and banking and finance. Based on its global experience with cloud technologies, Huawei will share proposals to customers on how to open new revenue stream via innovative cloud services and flexible business models.