Huawei, HKT launch Digital Transformation Practice Centre

By Jonathan Dyble
Leading Chinese technology company Huawei has announced the launch of a new Digital Transformation Practice Centre (DTPC) in partnership with Hong Kong...

Leading Chinese technology company Huawei has announced the launch of a new Digital Transformation Practice Centre (DTPC) in partnership with Hong Kong Telecommunications (HKT) in the aim of enhancing digitisation processes.

“We look forward to working with carriers and partners around the world to make their digital business a reality,” Huawei said.

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Located in Hong Kong, the centre will leverage HKT’s own digital transformation experiences to guide others, providing on-site sharing and insight to global visitors.

“It has been a pleasure working with strategic partner Huawei to pioneer the ROADS-driven digital transformation project,” said Peter Lam, Managing Director of HKT Engineering.

“We have built all new cloud infrastructure and platforms to strengthen HKT's digital operation capabilities and improve our customer service. We hope to work more closely with Huawei going forward to share our best practices with the industry and accelerate digital transformation across the globe.”

The centre is Huawei’s latest initiative in the way of digital transformation, having announced its plans to construct a new innovation-focused OpenLab in Malaysia.

Further, the company also hosted the Global Digital Transformation Forum in the lead up to the ongoing Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018.

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