TechnoMag In Kenya,For Huawei Safe City Showcase

The TechnoMag crew will attend the Huawei Safe City Africa Summit & Kenya Showcase 2016 to be held in Nairobi, Kenya, from October 14 to October 15, 2016.

As Huawei continues to expand its footprint across Africa from network based services to terminal devices for millions of end users, the Chinese based company has continued to invest in various technologies that connect African countries.

By Toneo T Rutsito

In Zimbabwe, the world’s third largest smartphone maker Huawei have grown to become not just a solution provider for telecommunications companies running the backbone of most networks across the nation, but also a powerhouse providing smartphones to millions Zimbabwe.

Huawei’s continued investment for the African continent has seriously improved relations between China and Zimbabwe which saw the Chinese president visiting the country for the very first time to solidify their commitment and relationship.

From physical connections to smart connections, from an information-based society to an intelligent society, the ever-changing field of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is helping human beings make significant breakthroughs unleashing unlimited possibilities.

This is as a result of a wide range of ICT solutions – such as intelligent surveillance, policing cloud, Big Data, and converged command – are intelligently transforming the public safety industry.

Huawei is a leading global ICT solutions provider that has tackled this conundrum head on.

Huawei will host a Safe City summit under the theme “Leading New ICT, Making Cities Safer” in Kenya. At the event, we will exhibit our state-of-the-art Safe City solutions based on Cloud Computing and Big Data, as well as it tells success stories emerging from Kenya.


This summit will provide an international platform for senior experts and elites from the public safety industry to share ideas on industry trends, challenges, and solutions focusing on Safe City construction and operation experiences in Nairobi and Mombasa.


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