CHINESE information and communications technology company Huawei bagged the Telecom Equipment Vendor of the Year for the fourth successive year at the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2017.
“Huawei is one of the most trusted and strategic partners for CSPs [Certified Service Partners] for their network infrastructure, cloud based solutions, and associated services. With its strategic mission to build a ‘Better Connected World’, it continued to bring innovations in emerging domains,” according to Avinash Sachdeva, senior analyst, Telecoms, Digital Transformation Practice, APAC Frost & Sullivan.
“The company pursued its customer-first principle and remained committed to help carriers increase their network capacities and optimize their networks. It also offered custom-tailored solutions that significantly benefitted CSPs by enhancing their customer experience and helped them monetize the emerging digital opportunities,” Sachdeva said.
Huawei Southern Pacific Region Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer Lim Chee Siong said that Huawei will continue to invest in innovation in linking human beings to create a better connected world.
“Huawei will continue to invest in innovation and drive evolution in technology and human interaction to create a better connected world for everyone,” Lim said.
“We want to thank the judges for acknowledging our dedication to our partners and customers. We also want to thank our customers and partners for believing in our vision of creating open, collaborative and win-win synergies in the ecosystem to deliver connectivity to all corners of the world,” according to Lim.
The award was presented at a ceremony held at the Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore on Thursday.