Huawei launches R&D center in Belgium to support 5G technology
In a bid to adopt into the European market while tapping into the highly educated labour available in the region, Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, has located a world-class research center in Leuven, Belgium.
Apart from aiding the firm’s progress into 5G technology — which is the core vision of the complex, the new R&D office will also overlook the activities of eight other research points Huawei has in Europe, adding a few hundred more people to the 1,200 workforce already under the company’s paycheck in the region.
CEO Guo Ping has this to say: “As digitisation transforms businesses into a digital business, Huawei is working with its partners to achieve a smooth transition towards Europe 4.0 – the digitized European Union of the future in which everyone and everything will be connected.”
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