Huawei is a leading telecom solutions provider focused on building long-term partnerships with telecom operators. Through our passionate employees and unmatched R&D capabilities, we respond quickly to customers’ needs with a comprehensive, customized set of offerings. Our products and solutions have been deployed in over 100 countries and serves 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators, as well as one third of the world’s population.

Our vision is to enrich people’s lives through communication. By leveraging our experience and expertise in telecom sector, we help bridge the digital divide and give people the opportunity to join the information age, regardless of their geographic origin. In order to tackle increasing climate challenges, Huawei has deployed a wide range of green solutions that enable customers to reduce power consumption and carbon emissions, contributing to the sustainable development of the social economy and the environment.

To enrich life through communication

To focus on our customers’ market challenges and needs by providing excellent communications network solutions and services in order to consistently create maximum value for customers.

Global Operations
After years of hard efforts, Huawei is becoming more and more internationalized. Our products and solutions are deployed in over 100 countries and serve over one billion users worldwide.

We have set up more than 100 branch offices in order to provide quick services to our customers.

Also, we have established 17 R&D centers around the world such as in the Silicon Valley and Dallas of the United States, Johannesburg in South Africa, Stockholm in Sweden, Moscow in Russia, Abuja in Nigeria and Bangalore in India to ensure global R&D with outstanding people.

In addition, we have 36 training centers worldwide to help our customers and local people to study advanced management, technologies and so on. We firmly believe in localizing our global operations, and make it a point to hire local employees. This not only enhances our understanding of the local market, but also contributes to the local economy by increasing employment, especially in less developed regions.