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CeBIT 2017 Interview: Edwin Diender discusses the road to digital transformation

At CeBIT 2017, Huawei Technologies clearly had the largest presence on the showroom floor. Not only did the company have an impressively built stand, which covered 3500 square metres and included fully functionally boardrooms, but it also went as far as to showcase a plethora of technology relating to the Internet of Things (IoT) While the Huawei CeBIT stand was indeed impressive, the IoT innovati... »

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CeBIT 2017 Interview: Hank Stokbroekx discusses Huawei’s latest services

At CeBIT 2017, Huawei Technologies clearly had the largest presence on the showroom floor. Not only did the company have an impressively built stand, which covered 3500 square metres and included fully functionally boardrooms, but it also went as far as to showcase a plethora of technology relating to the Internet of Things (IoT) While the Huawei CeBIT stand was indeed impressive, the IoT innovati... »

Internet of Things: Pandora’s Box or enterprise enabler?

CeBIT 2017 Interview: David Hoelscher discusses NB-IOT

At CeBIT 2017, Huawei Technologies clearly had the largest presence on the showroom floor. Not only did the company have an impressively built stand, which covered 3500 square metres and included fully functionally boardrooms, but it also went as far as to showcase a plethora of technology relating to the Internet of Things (IoT) While the Huawei CeBIT stand was indeed impressive, the IoT innovati... »

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CeBIT 2017: Meet Pepper the IBM Watson Powered Robot

At CeBIT 2017,  the team at Tech IT Out had the pleasure of meeting Pepper which is according to the IBM team on the CeBIT showroom floor, a robot powered by IBM Watson. From what we were told on the showroom floor, the Watson-powered Pepper robot can be equipped with core functionalities as well as a Watson software development kit (SDK) that allows developers and clients to tailor the interactio... »

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CeBIT 2017: Huawei showcases the power of Digital Transformation

At CeBIT 2017, Huawei joined hands with 100 partners to exhibit ICT strategies and solutions under the theme of “Leading New ICT, The Road to Digital Transformation”. In a booth of over-3500 square meters located at C30 in Hall 2 of the Hannover Exhibition Center, Huawei demonstrating its ICT and solutions across business, technology, and ecosystem exhibition areas, as well as shared d... »

Enterprise Wireless Communications 2.0

CeBIT 2017: Huawei releases Enterprise Wireless Communications 2.0

At CeBIT 2017, which is being held in Hannover, Huawei released a next-generation wireless communications solution for enterprises ushering enterprise wireless communications into version 2.0. This solution, according to Huawei features integration of voice, video, intercom, monitoring, IoT, and other services into a single system, boasting industry-grade reliability and availability on both licen... »

All-Cloud Network

CeBIT 2017: Huawei unveils All-Cloud Network Architecture

At CeBIT 2017, Huawei unveiled its All-Cloud Network architecture for enterprises. In a roundtable session held by the firm, it was revealed that the All-Cloud Network architecture will help enterprises accelerate their digital transformation by delivering, as stated by the company, the ultimate user experience with more agile service innovations and ubiquitous security protection. According to th... »

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CeBIT 2017: Huawei set to showcase latest ICT innovations

Huawei will showcase, according to the firm, its latest ICT products and solutions at CeBIT 2017, the world’s largest annual ICT trade fair, at the CeBIT Press Preview 2017. As revealed by the firm, this is the seventh consecutive year Huawei has attended CeBIT and the company will team up with more than 50 partners and customers to exhibit its ICT solutions across cloud, Big Data, Internet of Thi... »

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CeBIT 2017: Meet Olli the self-driving minibus

Together with the German Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure Alexander Dobrindt, CEO of Deutsche Bahn Rüdiger Grube has unveiled the Olli minibus, a self-driving minibus for up to twelve passengers. According to both firms, the vehicle is to be piloted as of next year, either in Berlin – where the relevant approval is, however, still pending – or in Bad Birnbach in Bavaria, on... »

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CeBIT 2017: Can ERP increase the safety of self-driving cars?

What would happen if a faulty component prevented a self-driving car from stopping when it needed to? People who no longer drive themselves would probably grab the steering wheel too late – if at all. If accidents increase, litigation claims will too. In order to avoid that, it is becoming increasingly vital for automotive suppliers to ensure they have an integrated flow of real-time information t... »