Huawei’s Data Center And Innovation Labs Bring Investment To New Zealand

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
September 30, 2017

New Zealand’s government revealed that Chinese telecom device maker Huawei will invest NZD400 million, Canada Goose Snow Mantra which is about CNY1.938 billion, Adidas Superstar Schoenen Dames in the country for data center and innovation lab construction.

Simon Bridges, Nike Air Jordan 12 Womens Nike Air Max 2016 Heren minister for Economic Development of New Zealand, and Paul Goldsmith, Nike Air Jordan 14

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    Bridges said that Huawei’s investment in New Zealand will help enhance the country’s strength in the research and development sector to help them improve innovation abilities in the digital and technical world.

    Huawei plans to establish the data center and put it to use within two years. San Antonio Spurs

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  • Meanwhile, Air Jordan Spike adidas gazelle uomo the Chinese company will cooperate with Victoria University of Wellington to build the innovation lab in 2017. Huawei’s innovation lab in Christchurch will focus on technical research and development related to 5G communications, Canada Goose Chilliwack Bomber Nike Italia Internet of Things, nike italia and big data.

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  • as a part of talent development cooperation, Canada Goose Chateau Parka Canotte nba swingman New Zealand’s college students will have the opportunities to participate in training at Huawei’s Shenzhen headquarters in mainland China in the future. Rob Ninkovich Huawei will also open a regional office in Wellington.

    To achieve above goals,

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