China seeks to expand services in Africas ICT industry

China’s Huawei Technologies, a leader in providing next generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, is seeking to expand its services to become a dominant player in telecom services in East Africa.The telecom firm which is marking its 10 years of business in East Africa said its expansion is in line with Huawei’s strategy to expand its regional network by offering customer’s specialized service and engineering teams to respond promptly to customer requirements, Xinhua net writes. Joe Deng, Huawei’s East Africa President, said the firm has invested about 1 million U.S. dollars in Kenya to establish a fully furnished training center with the latest and best equipment to train local customers, partners and their staff in the latest communication technology. Huawei Kenya, with around 65 percent Kenyan employees, is a registered local company. It is the headquarters of East Africa, serving other branch offices including Uganda, Tanzania, Congo, and Ethiopian among other countries.

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