New technologies: Huawei implements its cybersecurity solutions

Huawei, one of the world’s leading providers of ICT infrastructure and smart devices, wants to improve the reliability of its products by investing heavily in cybersecurity. An investment to demonstrate this major telecommunications equipment manufacturer’s commitment to reliable digital technology.

This was revealed by Mr. Machao, Technical Service Manager of Huawei Algeria, during the 14th ICT training for journalists held last Monday at the Bay Hotel in Oran. The meeting allowed media representatives to get acquainted with a number of concepts such as Wi-Fi6 and cybersecurity. This Chinese giant’s deployment includes advanced connectivity and security solutions. “Cyber ​​security is a priority for Huawei, the world leader in telecommunications solutions.

With the constant development and development of the ICT industry, security threats and challenges are growing,” said Machao. “Huawei is committed to implementing effective solutions to improve the security of its products and services, helping customers mitigate and avoid security risks,” Machao said. Huawei has fully invested in the standardization of telecommunications cyber security and has joined security organizations such as FIRST and partnered with traditional security companies. Among the new solutions deployed by this Chinese giant is Wi-Fi6 with new features.

Increases efficiency and reduces latency. “Huawei is the first company in the world to launch Wi-Fi6 hotspots on the market in 2019,” said Amel Kasdy, director of the government department of Huawei in Algeria. “We have state-of-the-art Wi-Fi6 technology that we are constantly improving with our know-how and investment in innovation and development,” she explained. “We offer a Wi-Fi6 solution for all deployment scenarios, whether indoor coverage (such as offices, classrooms, hotels, etc.) or high-density outdoor coverage (such as stadiums, auditoriums, etc.). ). We also have a solution for industry,” she continues. “The Miluda Hedfi Olympic Complex in Oran is the first major sports arena in Africa to be fully Wi-Fi 6 covered inside and out. Huawei provided high-performance Premium Wi-Fi 6 connectivity for 40,000 spectators at this sports venue during the Oran 2022 Mediterranean Games,” says Amel Kasdy.

In terms of education, at least 5,000 students are studying at the Huawei ICT Academy, a partnership program established between Huawei and universities. This program, which allows universities to deliver Huawei-certified ICT courses, serves as a bridge between business and higher education to build a skills ecosystem for the ICT industry.

Algerian students have won consecutively in 2019, 2021 and 2022 the first prize of Huawei ICT, a global information technology competition hosted by China. Huawei Algeria also organizes student-focused job fairs in cooperation with the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications.

Finally, the company, which has 195,000 employees in over 170 countries, is stepping up its commitment to startups.