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Latest editorial: South Africa is a key market for Huawei Enterprise

Huawei Enterprise will continue to invest in South Africa, as the country remains an important market for the company.

Huawei Enterprise South Africa’s strategy for 2019 shall emphasize collaboration with partners and customers to develop industry-specific solutions.  Also, relationships with partners of the company shall be strengthened.

 “The growth from the numbers which we have updated is less important to us than the critical technology we have achieved in these different areas,” Du Min said.

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Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) has emerged as the modern solution that will disrupt the way we’ve come to understand networking. This is according to Julian Liebenberg, Chief of Telecommunications Solutions at BCX.

Businesses are increasingly driven by data, which creates the demand for a stronger, more agile network that can handle 10 or 20 times more data than traditionally have been used to.

In the article, BCX has listed a few common myths that often discourage businesses from switching to SD-WAN – and has provided facts debunking these myths and revealing the real benefits, so businesses can make informed decisions.

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