Huawei hosted its first-ever regional Partner Summit in Kazakhstan to gather industry leaders from the Middle East and Central Asia (ME & CA) region to explore the infinite possibilities of digitalization. Huawei Middle East recently expanded its region to include Central Asia. The company’s first ME & CA Partner Summit took place on the sidelines of its annual flagship event, Huawei Tech Carnival, in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
At the event, Huawei also signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Avicom, one of the leading ICT providers headquartered in Baku, Azerbaijan, providing ICT services and solutions to both private and public organizations in the Central Asia region. The agreement is set to establish an Experience & Training Innovation Center in Baku for demo, test and training purposes. The signing ceremony took place between David Xu, General Manager of Huawei Azerbaijan, and Yalchin Nahmatov, Founder, Avicom.
Under the theme ‘Grow Together, Win the Future’, senior Huawei enterprise business executives shared their insights on the latest products and technologies, broader industry trends, and business perspectives related to regional partners at the Huawei Middle East & Central Asia Partner Summit.
The Partner Summit concluded with a gala dinner and award ceremony where partners from 19 countries were awarded across 32 categories. Huawei also awarded the winners of the recent Enterprise Partners Technology Contest. The Contest, held in the region for the first time, comprised three domains – Datacom, Storage and Optical Networking – focusing on accelerating digital transformation for our partners.
Ceremony of signing a strategic cooperation agreement as well as the creation of an Innovation Center for Experience and Education in Azerbaijan.
The event also received the AVICOM Partner of the Year award for the Middle East and Central Asia.