Enriching Life Through Communication – Innovating for a wireless future

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - Thursday, May 16, 2013

Huawei organised an exhibition on Place du Luxembourg in Brussels, from 14-16 May. This event, which was open to everyone, gave people the opportunity to learn about our groundbreaking innovations in the field of wireless technologies and our ambitions for the future.

As a leading global ICT solutions provider, Huawei is at the forefront of technical innovation. In this context, we invited members of the public to the exhibition “Enriching Life Through Communication – Innovating for a wireless future”, which took place from 14-16 May in Brussels.

This gave everyone the chance to learn about our key innovations as well as our vision for the smart wireless cities of the future.

There was a special focus on SingleRAN and distributed base station solutions, as well as more general information about our work.

During the event, visitors had the chance to meet and chat with colleagues from our Brussels office and browse our stands in front of the European Parliament.

The exhibition was free and open to all visitors.

Provisional programme

Opening hours of the exhibition

14 May: 10:00 – 22:00             

15 May: 9:00 – 22:00                

16 May: 9:00 - 22:00

Special events

A press conference took place on Tuesday 14 May at 9.45-10:45 am.

Moderator

  • Mr. Brian Johnson, Editor of The Parliament Magazine

Speakers

  • Mr. Leo Sun, President of Huawei Brussels Office and European Public Affairs and Communication
  • Mr. Oisin Walton, Director of Instant Network Project at Vodafone Foundation
  • Mr. Daniel Pataki, Director of ETNO

A cocktail reception took place on 14 May from 18.00–22.00.

Speakers

  • Mr. Leo Sun, President of Huawei Brussels Office and European Public Affairs and Communication
  • Mr. Oisin Walton, Director of Instant Network Project at Vodafone Foundation
  • Mr. David Harmon, Member of Cabinet of Commissioner Geoghegan Quinn, European Commission DG Research and Innovation

 

It was also possible to follow the exhibition on Twitter

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