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Huawei opens a new state-of-the-art office in Qatar

Huawei today launched a new state-of-the-art Qatar office in the UDC tower, The Pearl Island, Qatar, as part of its Qatar development ambitions and commitment to supporting the country’s digital transformation, ICT ecosystem, and digital economy. The new 4,000 SQM office will house Huawei’s primary Qatar operating team and will assist fulfil the company’s increasing workforce’s future demands.

The move reaffirms Huawei’s long-term commitment to Qatar and marks a significant milestone in the company’s expansion strategy aimed at increasing its presence, activities, offerings, and contributions to the Qatar market in order to fulfil its mandate to play a key role in achieving the country’s digital transformation goals.His Excellency inauguration.Huawei’s new headquarters will house the company’s activities, ¬†Furthermore, the new office will be responsible for overseeing the company’s CSR programmes and initiatives in Qatar, including Huawei’s flagship programme, Seeds for the Future, ICT Competition, and ICT Academy.

The new headquarters will also have an exhibition centre that will serve as an executive briefing centre, presenting several of the company’s ICT products, solutions, and innovative technology. Huawei’s new headquarters includes wide and open collaboration spaces with natural light and gorgeous sceneries, with views of the beachfront and the Qatar skyline. Following the curves inspired by ocean waves, places were built to have meetings and show clients Huawei’s industry-leading technology.

Without a doubt, this will help to boost digital innovation and create new digital prospects in the Qatari market.”United Development Company (UDC), the master developer of The Pearl Island and Gewan Island, entered a partnership with Huawei last year to enhance smart city features at The Pearl Island by building and implementing new technologies.

UDC expanded its relationship with Huawei last year at Milipol Qatar 2022 to implement its smart campus technology at the new UDC construction on Gewan Island.Huawei has been active in the Qatari market since 2003, and it presently collaborates with both telecom companies, Ooredoo and Vodafone Qatar, to serve the country’s two million residents. Huawei is also aggressively developing local ICT talent in order to contribute to Qatar’s ICT ecosystem. To support the country’s main emphasis on innovation, Huawei increased its STEM and education activities last year via its flagship CSR programme, ‘Seeds for the Future,’ Huawei ICT Competition, and Huawei ICT Academy.

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