Huawei Australia is delighted to announce the official launch of its 2020 National Rugby League season 2.0 charity campaign with Sydney-based mental health researcher the Black Dog Institute in partnership with 2019 Grand Finalists the Canberra Raiders.
Join our guest Don Furner, CEO of the Canberra Raiders to find out how he and his team are steering the Raiders through the COVID-19 crisis – and listen out for a key announcement on how the Raiders are using technology to gain an edge as they take the field again.
This year Huawei will spend some $20 billion on research and development – making us one of the largest R&D investors in the entire global technology business.
From a business operational point of view the new ICT platform delivers world-class IT and communications services to all of our staff working inside the Huawei Raiders Training Centre, it’s a world away from what we had at our old facilities.
Huawei is proud to announce today the launch of the new Information Communications & Technology (ICT) platform at the recently opened Huawei Raiders Training Centre – home of National Rugby League leaders the Canberra Raiders – in very heart of the national capital.
Only five 5G equipment providers in the world compete in this industry: Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, ZTE and Samsung. Why is America letting competition diminish in a technology as transformative as 5G – and what can be done to fix the problem?