Triller Introduces the Metaverz: Your All-Access Pass to Global Entertainment

Triller partners with Epik and the entertainment industry’s biggest artists to create the world’s first integrated virtual music, gaming, sports and live events platform   Link to a video preview of the Metaverz here. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Triller, the leading AI-powered creator platform, is taking its creator-first approach to the metaverse. Today, […]

Triller partners with Epik and the entertainment industry’s biggest artists to create the world’s first integrated virtual music, gaming, sports and live events platform











Link to a video preview of the Metaverz here.

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Triller, the leading AI-powered creator platform, is taking its creator-first approach to the metaverse. Today, Triller announces their latest venture: the Metaverz, a first-of-its-kind virtual integrated digital, technology, media, and entertainment platform. Inside the Metaverz, fans can attend a virtual concert featuring their favorite artists or make their way past the velvet rope of a virtual nightclub and venture into a VIP room to interact with celebrities, influencers and creators.

“We are extremely excited to debut the Metaverz and open up direct access to creators from all corners of the world,” said Mahi de Silva, CEO of Triller. “We are committed to expanding offerings for our users, creators, and businesses, and entering the metaverse strategically positions Triller at the forefront of several compelling trends including Web3 and decentralization. We are now on the frontline of the future of creator content – from NFT-backed collectibles and memorabilia to virtual concerts to gaming and shopping, the Metaverz ecosystem will be groundbreaking.”

The Metaverz has north of $100 million in metaverse investment value today across various digital properties and assets, and is expected to grow rapidly. Triller’s Metaverz will operate at the intersection of music, sports, gaming, and live events. Users can engage with Triller’s record-breaking live sporting and music events that attract millions of viewers around the globe– including Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship, Triller Fight Club, Verzuz and many others – but also are able to engage with artists and other fans in a unique setting that brings the world to them.

“When your favorite sporting event is a continent away, you can still be there with front row seats, sharing unforgettable moments with other fans,” said Christopher Taurosa, Head of Metaverz. “If you want pursue a new digital shopping experience, you can shop at one of the stores in our virtual shopping malls, or, if gaming is something you enjoy, you can play along with your friends and interact with the community in so many new engaging ways only available in the Metaverz.”

The Metaverz is the latest example of how Triller is a powerful toolbox for the creators, by the creators. Triller allows them to monetize their connections like never before, with engagements as high as 73% versus 1% on other platforms, such as Instagram.

“Triller’s Metaverz underscores its commitment to empower creators everywhere to maximize their relationships with their fans, while developing powerful tools to connect brands and creators,” said de Silva. “Triller is breaking the mold of the closed garden networks, and the Metaverz will continue to pave the way for Triller as the leading creator platform, facilitating commerce and maximizing audience reach.”

Triller’s open garden network eliminates the large tech companies as intermediaries and puts the power back in the hands of the creators and their users, allowing them to connect directly with the brands that want to work with them.

“Our core focus is to eliminate the barrier of entry to the metaverse. Our platform allows everyone to seamlessly connect and interact with their favorite creators, attend events they normally wouldn’t be able to, and interact directly with people from around the world,” said Taurosa. “The Metaverz allows the limits of time and distance to be instantaneously erased and gives both sides of the creator economy the necessary space to create and delight with content and experiences – you can be whoever you want to be and go wherever you want to go.”

Another unique feature of the Metaverz experience is Triller’s partnership with Epik, a leading global platform for AR/VR and gaming experiences that produces premium digital experiences for more than one billion gamers worldwide. Triller and Epik will launch multiple games within the Metaverz and announce future partnerships with some of the world’s leading gaming companies. Thanks to this creative collaboration, there will be Metaverz drops where gamers can purchase upgrades with artifacts and gear and additional packs like trading cards consisting of artifacts or avatars for their gaming characters.

To celebrate the launch of the Metaverz, Triller will host an event featuring DJ and electronic artist Sam Feldt performing live from the Netherlands during one of electronic music’s largest gatherings in the world, the Amsterdam Dance Event, on October 22. The event is free to everyone who enters through the Metaverz.

“I am very excited to partner with Triller on the launch of the Metaverz,” said Victor David, Co-Founder and CEO of Epik. “This is a perfect marriage combining Triller’s social network, creator platform, celebrities, events and content with our technical expertise, video game network and membership programs. By working together, we are one step closer to mass adoption and the result will be a rapid expansion into all things metaverse.”

Triller, which works with hundreds of the world’s largest brands and enables over 750 million social interactions a month, is seizing the opportunity to continue to monetize these transactions.

“We put a lot of thought, time, and capital towards building what we believe to be the most advanced live event metaverse platform available today,” said de Silva. “We have been working closely with all of our partners, influencers, celebrities and companies to make sure this launch isn’t just words but truly the launch of a new world.”

During 2022 alone, Triller has expanded its presence in the world of combat sports with acquisitions of Bare Knuckle Fight Club and Pillow Fight Championship. In the content creator space, Triller also acquired Fangage, a platform to maximize creator monetization, furthering Triller’s commitment to putting content creators first.

For more information and to be one of the first to learn about Metaverz updates, visit or follow @triller on social media @triller for teasers, drop dates, celebrity endorsements, concerts, sports events, shopping moments, and enhanced gaming experiences. 

About Triller 

Triller is the AI-powered open garden technology platform for creators. Pairing music culture with sports, fashion, entertainment, and influencers through a 360-degree view of content and technology, Triller encourages its influencers to post the content created on the app across different social media platforms and uses proprietary AI technology to push and track their content virally to affiliated and non-affiliated sites and networks, enabling them to reach millions of additional users. Triller additionally owns VERZUZ, the live-stream music platform; combat sports brands Triller Fight Club, Triad Combat and BKFC;, a leading customer engagement platform;, a premier global PPV, AVOD, and SVOD streaming service; Thuzio, a leader in B2B premium influencer events and experiences; Fangage, a platform for creators to engage fans and monetize content and Julius, a platform for brands and agencies to harness creators for social engagement and social commerce.

About Epik
With more than 300 video game clients, Epik is the leading global licensing agency putting brands into video games to produce premium digital items and experiences for over one billion gamers worldwide with the largest digital ecosystem with hundreds of the world’s most popular entertainment brands. Epik is widely considered to be the blockchain industry leader producing collaborations for premium licensed digital collectables, NFTs and exclusive experiences powered by an interoperable proprietary cross-chain technology. Epik was the first and only NFT company to do any deals with AAA gaming companies for NFTs. Clients include ViacomCBS, Warner Music, Garena, Tencent and Universal.

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UN Chief: Ethiopia’s Tigray ‘Spiraling out of Control’

The U.N. secretary-general warned Monday that the situation in northern Ethiopia is “spiraling out of control” and he sees no military solution to the conflict.

“Violence and destruction have reached alarming levels; the social fabric is being ripped apart,” Antonio Guterres told reporters at U.N. headquarters. “Hostilities in the Tigray region of Ethiopia must end now – including the immediate withdrawal and disengagement of Eritrean armed forces from Ethiopia.”

The U.N. chief said the international community must come together to end the nearly two-year-old conflict, which has killed and injured thousands and left millions on the brink of starvation.

“The United Nations is ready to support the African Union in every possible way to end this nightmare for the Ethiopian people,” he said. “We need the urgent resumption of talks towards an effective, lasting political settlement.”

His call joins others, including from Moussa Faki Mahamat, chairperson of the African Union Commission, who called Saturday for a new cease-fire and resumption of humanitarian services.

U.N. Security Council diplomats said on background that the council’s three African envoys — from Gabon, Ghana and Kenya — have requested an urgent private meeting to have a briefing from the African Union and the U.N. humanitarian department.

The Ethiopian government said Monday that it is committed to a peaceful resolution of the conflict through African Union-led talks, while the Tigray regional government said it would respect an African Union call for an immediate cease-fire.

The government and Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) have yet to agree on who should lead the reconciliation process. Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo is currently the AU’s special envoy for the Horn of Africa and has led several missions there.

Planned peace talks for this month in South Africa failed to take off due to technical and logistical issues.

Each side has blamed the other for violating a March cease-fire after fighting resumed in Tigray in August.

Also Monday, Ethiopian authorities said their forces will take charge of the aviation, transport and communication infrastructure in the embattled Tigray region.

The head of the Horn International Institute for Strategic Studies, Hassan Khannenje, told VOA the government’s goal is to control the movement of the rebels and humanitarian services in the Tigray region.

“Any limitations to the ability to transport and move around and communicate tends to heighten an existing situation such as the humanitarian situation is ongoing right now in Ethiopia,” Khannenje said. “In fact, humanitarian organizations are going to find it harder to reach in those areas, and communication is going to be limited in regards to assisting for help or humanitarian assistance. So, of course, that is going to make things worse for those who are already vulnerable.”

The government defended its move to take over key facilities in the Tigray region, saying it will protect the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and speed up humanitarian aid to those who need assistance.

U.N. aid flights have been suspended to Tigray since August 25 due to the resumption of hostilities, further hampering efforts to assist people in need. The situation is also dangerous for humanitarians. On Saturday, the International Rescue Committee said one of its staffers had died of injuries after an attack in Shire Town in Tigray.

The conflict began in November 2020 in the Tigray region between the government forces and the Tigray rebel group and has led to the deaths of tens of thousands of people. Rights groups accuse both sides of committing widespread human rights violations.

The U.N. humanitarian office says 20 million Ethiopians need humanitarian assistance. Millions of people in the northern regions of Tigray, Amhara and Afar have been displaced due to the conflict.





Source: Voice of America

Three UN Peacekeepers Killed, Three Injured in Mali Attack

Three United Nations peacekeepers were killed and three others seriously injured when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device in northern Mali on Monday, a U.N. spokesperson said.

Islamist militants, some with links to al-Qaida and Islamic State, have been waging an insurgency in northern Mali for the last decade.

The peacekeepers were on a mine search and detection patrol in the northern commune of Tessalit, in Kidal region, when they were hit, spokesperson Stephane Dujarric told reporters.

“We send our deepest condolences to the families of the peacekeepers, to our colleagues in the mission and we wish a speedy recovery to those who were injured,” Dujarric said.

MINUSMA — the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali — currently has about 12,000 military personnel deployed in the country.

At least 174 peacekeepers have been killed in hostile acts in Mali since the start of the mission in 2013, making it the deadliest U.N. peacekeeping mission in the world.


Source: Voice of America

US Seeks to Sap Al-Shabab Finances

The United States is expanding its fight against al-Qaida’s affiliate in Somalia, adding a new, expansive round of sanctions to drone strikes and military advice from U.S. forces on the ground.

The Treasury Department Monday unveiled sanctions targeting four senior al-Shabab leaders as well as five operatives, all said to be key players in a network charged with raising money, recruiting fighters and procuring weapons.

According to the U.S., the smuggling network took in money from a variety of sources, including non-governmental organizations, helping al-Shabab generate an estimated $100 million per year, helping to grow the terror group’s size and capabilities.

A report earlier this year by the Mogadishu-based security think tank, the Hiraal Institute — subsequently affirmed by intelligence estimates shared by United Nations member states — indicates about a quarter of that money, or some $24 million, is spent on weapons alone.

Treasury named one of the key leaders as Abdullahi Jeeri, al-Shabab’s chief of weapons procurement.

Treasury said Jeeri has been active as recent as late last year, often getting weapons from local sellers and international suppliers based out of Yemen. U.S. officials also said Jeeri is responsible for collecting payments levied against various Somali businesses. The U.S. says Jeeri is a member of al-Shabab’s Shura (Consultative) Council, the group’s second highest administrative body after the Tanfid (Executive) Council.

A former Al-Shabab official who defected from the group but could not be named for security reasons described Jeeri as the group’s commander of logistics.

“He controls all the weapons, sending them to the frontlines, storing them,” he said, adding Jeeri is connected to weapons smugglers in the Horn of Africa.

Another sanctioned al-Shabab official, Khalif Adale, reportedly answers directly to the terror group’s emir, Ahmed Diriye, and served as the point of contact for organizations forced to pay off the group.

Adale is one of the first Somali businessmen who openly joined the group early on. People who know him say that by using his business connections, he used to import uniforms, communications equipment and GPS devices for the group.

The U.S. Treasury also sanctioned Abdikarim Hussein Gagaale, a deputy finance official, and Hassan Afgoye, a key negotiator responsible for overseeing various racketeering efforts. Gagaale previously served as the group’s military commander in the Hiran and Galgudud regions of central Somalia. He was also a top operational militant officer.

Afgoye previously served as head of the group’s financial department, which resulted the United States putting a $5 million bounty on his head.

He is currently said to be head of financial investigation for al-Shabab, an office that accounts for how al-Shabab spends. The U.S. State Department calls him “critical to the group’s continuing operations.”

“Treasury is focused on identifying and disrupting al-Shabab’s illicit networks operating in Eastern Africa,” Treasury Undersecretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence Brian Nelson said in a statement.

“We will continue to take action against the weapons smuggling and fundraising activities of al-Shabab and other al-Qaida affiliates,” he added.

Horn of Africa regional analyst Matt Bryden says targeting al-Shabab’s finances is a significant strategy.

“The most important thing about it is that it demonstrates that the United States government and presumably the Somali federal government are demonstrating a commitment to a whole-of-government approach to fighting al-Shabab,” he said.

“This is a clear sign that the battle against al-Shabab is no longer simply going to be fought militarily on the ground, but that it’s going to involve attacks on al-Shabab financial networks.”

Bryden said although the impact of the sanctions may not necessarily hurt al-Shabab members, it’s still a warning to those who are dealing with the group.

“Obviously sanctioning people, members of al-Shabab who are in Somalia [who] don’t have foreign bank accounts, don’t travel, is not going to have an impact, but it’s a very important international signal, and it’s also a signal to Somali businesspeople and political people who actually do business with them,” he said.

The U.S. sanctions follow recent moves by the Somali government to curtail al-Shabab’s fundraising and militant operations, part of what Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has described as an “all-out war” on the terror group.

This past Saturday, Somalia’s government warned businesses to stop paying off al-Shabab, saying there would be stiff penalties for anyone succumbing to the group’s extortion efforts.

“Any merchant who obeys instructions issued by the terrorists, and pays them income, will never be allowed to do business in Somalia again,” the ministry of commerce and industry said in a letter to traders.

Last week, the government in Mogadishu won support from neighboring Ethiopia to end a partial arms embargo on Somalia to allow its forces to better take on al-Shabab.

And the Somali government has also announced a crackdown against media outlets that publish information considered to be favorable to the terror group.

Somalia’s recent counteroffensive against al-Shabab has been making some gains, according to government officials who say that as of earlier this month they have retaken more than 40 localities from the group.

Those gains follow a U.S. decision this past May to deploy a few hundred troops to Somalia to help advise Somali forces in their fight against the terror group.


In addition, the U.S. has carried out a handful of airstrikes in support of Somali government forces over the past several months, with estimates suggesting dozens of al-Shabab fighters have been killed.

But despite the recent airstrikes, al-Shabab has since claimed some of those areas are back under its control. And recent intelligence estimates suggest al-Shabab is still a force to be reckoned with.

One assessment, shared in July by the United Nations terrorism monitoring team, said al-Shabab commands between 7,000 and 12,000 fighters, up considerably from earlier estimates.

Other assessments suggest al-Shabab has also become more influential within al-Qaida, due in part to its help funding core al-Qaida activities.

This past July, the outgoing commander of U.S. forces in Africa warned of an increasingly aggressive al-Shabab, saying in response to a question from VOA that a series of incursions by al-Shabab in Ethiopia were not a “one-off.”

“It’s only been less than a year ago that al-Shabab emir [Ahmed] Diriye called for an increased emphasis on external attacks and increased emphasis on attacking Western targets in the Horn of Africa,” General Stephen Townsend said at the time. “This is a response.”




Source: Voice of America

West Africa hard-hit by climate crisis as deadly floods decimate lives and livelihoods

DAKAR – Above-average rainfall and devastating flooding across West and Central Africa has affected five million people in 19 countries across the region, claiming hundreds of lives, upending livelihoods, displacing tens of thousands from their homes and decimating over a million hectares of cropland – in a region already in the grips of an unprecedented hunger crisis. This climate-related disaster is one of the deadliest the region has seen in years and is likely to deepen the already worrisome hunger situation for millions.

The floods hit West Africa as world leaders prepare to meet on the climate crisis at COP27 in Egypt and highlight the urgent need to help communities on the frontlines of the climate crisis adapt, expand solutions that address loss and damage incurred during climate-related disasters, and invest in climate action in fragile contexts.


“Families in West Africa have already been pushed to the limit in the wake of conflict, the socio-economic fallout from the pandemic, and skyrocketing food prices. These floods act as a misery multiplier and are the final straw for communities already struggling to keep their heads above water,” said Chris Nikoi, the UN World Food Programme (WFP)’s Regional Director for Western Africa.


“WFP is on the ground helping flood-hit families get back on their feet by providing an immediate response package, while also helping to build community resilience to future shocks and pave a pathway out of this catastrophic situation,” Nikoi added.


The short-term meteorological forecasts indicate above average seasonal rainfall across the Western Africa region (except southern coastal areas), with a risk of flooding affecting people and further driving up humanitarian needs. A confluence of calamities already left 43 million people facing crisis and emergency (IPC/CH phases 3+4) levels of food insecurity during the June-August lean season.


In response, WFP is on the ground providing a three-month emergency assistance package targeting 427,000 flood-hit women, men and children in critically affected countries including the Central African Republic, Chad, the Gambia, Nigeria, Sao Tome & Principe, and Sierra Leone. WFP also provides post-flood response mainly targeting smallholder farmers whose crops have been destroyed.


WFP’s emergency food assistance is provided in the form of food and cash disbursements helping affected families meet their basic food and nutrition needs at a time when food prices are skyrocketing, already pushing basic meals out of reach for vulnerable families.


In many countries across the region, food prices are still on the rise compared to the 5-year average. Maize prices, for example, rose by 106%, 78%, 42% respectively in Ghana, Niger and Nigeria. In Burkina Faso, sorghum prices increased by 85%. In Mauritania, wheat is up by 49%, while in Sierra Leone, imported rice is up by a staggering 87%. The spiralling food, fuel and fertilizer prices not only aggravate the hunger crisis but also foment socio-economic tensions – as governments struggle to respond to the crisis due to heavy debt burdens and limited fiscal space.


In addition to responding to the immediate needs of flood-hit communities, WFP is implementing an Anticipatory Action programme that helps build the capacity of governments and partners. This includes setting up early warning systems to better prepare for climate extremes when they take place and providing funding opportunities to avert or mitigate the impacts of imminent extreme weather events. In August, WFP activated its Anticipatory Action in Niger targeting 200,000 at-risk people with early warning messages and advisory information.


“Strengthening resilience and promoting climate adaptation is an essential part of anticipating climate hazards, restoring degraded ecosystems, and protecting vulnerable communities against the impact of climate extremes,” Nikoi noted.


In arid lands across the Sahel, WFP’s focus is on building local resilience to the cascading effects of the climate crisis, by promoting farming techniques that help restore degraded lands and ecosystems. WFP supports communities in building rainwater catchment systems and other sustainable water storage options that allow farmers to plant fruits and vegetables even after the riverbeds dry up.


WFP also implements a climate risk insurance scheme that improves African governments’ management of climate risks. In 2022, WFP disbursed US$ 9.4 million from the African Risk Capacity (ARC) Replica for the implementation of an early response plan in Mauritania, Mali, and Burkina Faso following the 2021 drought.


To ensure that WFP’s flood-response programme can effectively assist affected communities, WFP requires US$ 15 million through March 2023.



Source: United Nations

La solution de réseau cloud intelligent de Huawei met à niveau ses capacités dans trois scénarios basés sur des technologies innovantes

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis, 16 octobre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Au salon HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï, Huawei a dévoilé les capacités améliorées de sa solution de réseau cloud intelligent lors du sommet « Intelligent Cloud-Network, Unleashing Digital Productivity » (La solution de réseau cloud intelligent libère la productivité numérique). Ces capacités, qui s’articulent autour de trois scénarios […]

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis, 16 octobre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Au salon HUAWEI CONNECT 2022 à Dubaï, Huawei a dévoilé les capacités améliorées de sa solution de réseau cloud intelligent lors du sommet « Intelligent Cloud-Network, Unleashing Digital Productivity » (La solution de réseau cloud intelligent libère la productivité numérique). Ces capacités, qui s’articulent autour de trois scénarios principaux (CloudFabric 3.0, CloudCampus 3.0 et CloudWAN 3.0), sont fournies pour répondre aux tendances de développement des réseaux. Huawei a également publié le Livre blanc L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network (Réseau de conduite autonome des centres de données L3.5), en collaboration avec la section IEEE-UAE et des clients pionniers, pour contribuer à l’industrie florissante des communications de données et libérer la productivité numérique.

L’évolution des activités des entreprises stimule le développement de l’infrastructure TIC des entreprises, et les réseaux IP (qui servent de pont entre les technologies de l’information et la téléphonie informatisée et couvrent toutes les procédures de production et de bureau des entreprises) constituent la base de la connectivité pour la transformation numérique de l’industrie. Les réseaux n’ont jamais été aussi importants qu’aujourd’hui.

Daniel Tang, CTO of Huawei Data Communication Product Line, delivers a speech entitled "Intelligent Cloud-Network, Leading Future Digital Innovation"

Daniel Tang, directeur technique de la gamme de produits de communication de données de Huawei, a fait la lumière sur la manière de répondre aux futures tendances de développement et de relever les défis en matière de réseau. Selon Daniel Tang, Huawei continue d’innover dans les technologies de communication de données dans des domaines tels que le Wi-Fi 7, le 400GE, l’IPv6 amélioré, la synergie multi-cloud, le réseau de conduite autonome et la sécurité omniprésente. Avec ces technologies innovantes, Huawei a amélioré ses capacités dans trois scénarios : CloudFabric 3.0, CloudCampus 3.0 et CloudWAN 3.0.

  • CloudFabric 3.0

Huawei CloudFabric 3.0 offre des capacités intelligentes de cycle de vie complet pour les réseaux multi-cloud et multi-fournisseurs basés sur la technologie ADN L3.5. Parmi les fonctionnalités remarquables, citons la gestion et le contrôle unifiés, l’orchestration et la collaboration flexibles, la simulation et la vérification, la prévision des risques, et l’exploitation et la maintenance unifiées pour les applications et les réseaux. De plus, cette solution facilite l’interconnexion avec les systèmes de gestion informatique des clients pour obtenir une automatisation de bout en bout. Les principaux résultats comprennent un déploiement, une exploitation et une maintenance ainsi qu’une évolution facile.

En s’appuyant sur les technologies ADN et Ethernet hyperconvergées de Huawei, Ankabut construit le premier centre de superinformatique HPC au monde avec un co-cluster Ethernet et InfiniBand.

Lors du sommet, Huawei, en collaboration avec la section IEEE-UAE, Ankabut des Émirats arabes unis et CBK du Koweït, a publié le Livre blanc L3.5 Data Center Autonomous Driving Network.

  • CloudCampus 3.0

Huawei a encore amélioré ses offres CloudCampus 3.0 en dévoilant une série de produits phares, dont le premier point d’accès Wi-Fi 7 de classe entreprise AirEngine 8771-X1T, le commutateur central phare de nouvelle génération CloudEngine S16700 et la passerelle d’entreprise hyperconvergée 4 en 1 NetEngine AR5710.

Huawei CloudCampus 3.0 aide les entreprises à simplifier leurs réseaux de campus sous quatre aspects : accès, architecture, branche et exploitation et maintenance (O&M).

  • CloudWAN 3.0

Dans le domaine du WAN, Huawei continue d’innover dans des technologies telles que le SRv6, le FlexE Slicing et la mesure IFIT basée sur les applications, et toutes ces technologies reposent sur l’IPv6 amélioré. Huawei a encore amélioré ses offres CloudWAN 3.0 pour obtenir une connectivité agile, une expérience déterministe et une O&M agile, et a lancé un routeur d’agrégation multi-services à ultra-haute densité, le NetEngine 8000 F8, pour améliorer la productivité numérique avec une connectivité agile.

Grâce à l’aide de Huawei, la province du Gauteng a déployé avec succès le premier réseau privé 100GE d’Afrique du Sud, le GBN.

Le futur monde numérique est plein d’incertitudes. Comme le dit le dicton, « Si vous voulez aller vite, allez-y seul. Si vous voulez aller loin, allez-y ensemble ». Conscient de cela, Huawei préconise fortement les partenariats et continuera de coopérer et d’innover avec davantage de clients et de partenaires dans le domaine de la communication de données. Vincent Liu, président du département des ventes de solutions et de marketing du réseau mondial d’entreprises de Huawei, a souligné que Huawei a mis en place de nombreux laboratoires d’innovation conjoints régionaux et OpenLabs. Grâce à ces laboratoires, Huawei est bien placé pour innover conjointement avec des clients issus de secteurs tels que les services publics, le pétrole et le gaz, l’électricité, la finance, l’éducation et les FAI. Ces efforts concertés portent leurs fruits dans de nombreux scénarios d’application à forte valeur et donnent des résultats remarquables. À ce jour, Huawei a déjà formé et certifié 188 000 ingénieurs en communication de données, fournissant ainsi un vaste bassin de talents en TIC pour la transformation numérique dans tous les secteurs.

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