Huawei’s intention to maintain and intensify its presence in the Greek market, which began about two decades ago, was expressed by Radosław Kędzia, Vice President, Huawei CEE & Nordic Europe Region, during his meeting with Greek journalists in the framework of the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona.
As he pointed out, Greece is a valuable market for Huawei with many successes in the past in a series of projects and actions through partners and with significant prospects for the future.
According to Radosław Kędzia, the company aims for long-term relationships with its partners and mentioned, among other things, projects that focus on the fields of education, start-ups, etc.
He also referred to the range of services offered by Huawei, adapting to the needs and demands of the markets. “The reason we offer such a broad portfolio is so that everyone can see what kind of digital steps forward they can take,” he said, referring, among other things, to fifth generation networks.
Asked about the day after 5G, he pointed out that preparation for 5.5G has begun. We don’t expect it to happen tomorrow, every market is different, every consumer’s expectations are different, and so is the adoption of every technology. In any case, however, Huawei wants to be prepared, he added, pointing out that 5.5G is a necessary and natural evolution of 5G, something the industry “unanimously agrees with”.