Since 2017, Huawei has been serving as the strategic ICT partner of the Ghanaian government to transfer ICT knowledge and skills, and accelerate the development of the national ICT infrastructure for Ghana (Photo by Myjoyonline, captured from AsiaGlobalOnline).
After being cut off by service providers like Google and hardware suppliers including Intel, Qualcomm and Xilinx, Huawei’s future in the OECD countries is definitely dim.
Populous Asian countries like India, Indonesia and the Philippines, with sizable markets, will probably hold on for a while to see what is going to happen next.
As the Eurasian market is relatively small in terms of smartphone users’ quantity, Africa is going to determine Huawei’s future as a heavy-weight consumer.
Huawei has become one of the leading corporations in transforming the IT infrastructure in Africa. In South Africa, for example, Huawei is building two data centers in Johannesburg and Cape Town as part of…
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