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Representatives of KUET and Huawei Bangladesh pose for a photo in the memorandum of understanding signing ceremony to establish an ICT Academy jointly at KUET, on Monday. --- Press release photo.

ICT infrastructure provider Huawei is going to establish an ICT Academy with Khulna University of Engineering and Technology to facilitate the students of this institution with advanced ICT knowledge.

A Memorandum of Understanding between KUET and Huawei has been signed at the KUET campus on August 01, 2022, said a press release.

KUET registrar Anisur Rahman Bhuiyan, KUET dean Electrical and Electronic Engineering faculty Azharul Hasan, KUET Electronics and Communication Engineering department head Pallab Kumar Choudhury, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Bangladesh president George Lin, Huawei Bangladesh public relation manager Thouhidul Hassan were present at the event.

Under this agreement, a special training center will be set up at KUET. And, Huawei will provide online training materials and courses through its own learning platform to the KUET students.

This academy will also train KUET teachers as Huawei-certified trainers. After finishing the training, KUET teachers will train students in this ICT academy. Students will be able to get trainings on the latest ICT technology through this ICT academy.

KUET vice chancellor professor Quazi Sazzad Hossain said, ‘Developing a sustainable ICT talent ecosystem is essential for continuing our growth and overall progress. Huawei has contributed greatly to the ICT ecosystem of Bangladesh. This Huawei KUET ICT Academy partnership, I believe, will help students sharpen their existing skills while attaining new sets of skills and knowledge.’

‘Huawei has always been interested in helping the country achieve its goals related to digitalization. The most important aspect of this is to develop a sound ICT ecosystem. To that end, Huawei has been working with both the government and individual entities to create an ecosystem that will nurture ICT talents, who will then contribute to the growth of the country,’ said Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Technologies Limited president George Lin

He also said that this ICT Academy partnership is also part of our continued commitment to preparing the youth for the future world.

Huawei initiated ICT Academy, a school-enterprise cooperation project, back in 2013. At the moment, there are 1,500 such ICT academies run by Huawei in more than 90 countries around the world, including Pakistan, Zambia, and China. In total, 927 colleges and universities are involved in this initiative, benefitting thousands of learners from around the globe.

Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited has been contributing significantly to develop an ICT ecosystem in the country so that Bangladesh can realize its Smart Bangladesh vision.

Earlier, Huawei partnered with BUET to set up Huawei BUET ICT Academy, which is already operational.

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Killexams : Huawei gives over 600 students ICT training across Africa in 2021

Huawei has successfully trained more than 600 students through the “Seeds for the Future” program in 14 sub-Saharan countries covering emerging ICT technologies such as 5G, cloud computing, and AI, helping them get job ready for the digital economy era.

Seeds for the Future is Huawei’s global CSR flagship program. Launched in 2008, it aims to help nurture local talent, promote knowledge transfer, increase people’s understanding and interest in the ICT industry, and encourage countries and regions to participate in the digital community building.

By 2021, the program has been implemented in 131 countries and territories worldwide, with nearly 9,000 students participating. Since 2014, the program has been held in sub-Saharan African countries. So far, 25 countries in Africa, including Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya and Ghana, have participated in the training, which has so far benefitted more than 1,000 students.

In this year’s training, Huawei has paid more attention to bridging the gender divide in science and technology training. More than one-third of the total number of Seeds candidates were women.

According to the Mobile Economy in Sub-Saharan Africa 2020 report, released by the Global Association for Mobile Telecommunications Systems, sub-Saharan Africa is the fastest growing region in the world, and African countries have entered a rapid developmentof the digital economy era. In this process, ICT technologies are an important engine that drives countries’ development, and mastering of ICT technologies is the engine’s key.

Through programs such as Seeds for the Future, Huawei cultivates ICT knowledge and skills for local youth. During COVID-19 pandemic, the program took place via online learning, and in person where possible. Students were offered the flexibility to access several ICT courses online at their own pace. They were invited to participate in science and technology roundtables, and interact with youth around the world in real time. Through 5G live broadcasts, students were able to join guided tours of Huawei exhibition halls and historic cultural sites in China.

Meanwhile, under the guidance of professional mentors from the Huawei’s Tech4Good program, they were encouraged to design solutions to solve developmental challenges facing eachof their countries, and realize the value of practical application of the theory they had learned.

Other highlights include: In Ghana, nine ICT training sessions were held in junior high schools, senior high schools and universities. Currently, the ICT training program is still under way. In Madagascar, it provided basic digital skills and training to more than 30 women.

Governments in sub-Saharan Africa have also given high interest to the project. The South African government has included a series of talent development initiatives, including Seeds for the Future, in its national digital economy master plan. The heads of state of Uganda, Mauritius, and Malawi have highly praised Huawei’s talent development plan. The President of Mauritius, Prithvirajsing Roopun said Huawei’s project would help build a national ICT talent team, strengthen youth employment capabilities, and support the National Digital Mauritius 2030 Strategic Plan.

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Killexams : National Cyber Security Agency signs MoU with Huawei

National Cyber Security Agency signs MoU to collaborate with Huawei, accelerating Thailand's cyber security with development of Thai personnel skills

published : 3 Aug 2022 at 10:17

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony on cybersecurity cooperation between the National Cyber Security Agency led by Gen. Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary-General of NCSA (3rd left); and Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Mr. Abel Deng, CEO (5th left). The event was honorably witnessed by Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (4th left); Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Digital Economy and Society (2nd left); Avm. Amorn Chomchoey, Deputy Secretary General of NCSA (far left); Mr. Jack Li, Member of the Board of Directors (6th left) and Mr. Surachai Chatchalermpun, Country Cyber Security and Privacy Officer, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right)
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony on cybersecurity cooperation between the National Cyber Security Agency led by Gen. Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary-General of NCSA (3rd left); and Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Mr. Abel Deng, CEO (5th left). The event was honorably witnessed by Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (4th left); Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Digital Economy and Society (2nd left); Avm. Amorn Chomchoey, Deputy Secretary General of NCSA (far left); Mr. Jack Li, Member of the Board of Directors (6th left) and Mr. Surachai Chatchalermpun, Country Cyber Security and Privacy Officer, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right)

The Ministry of Digital Economy and the National Cyber Security Agency has jointly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cybersecurity cooperation with Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the leading global ICT infrastructure and IT solutions provider, with the purpose of increasing cybersecurity skills for Thai IT personnel through promoting Huawei's E-Lab online learning platform, organising competition projects and Huawei training courses.

Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (MDES), spoke on Thailand's current cybersecurity situation and the cooperation with Huawei: "As data breaches and cyberattacks get increasingly more sophisticated and frequent, gaps in knowledge and cyber skills are impacting organisations more acutely than ever before. That is why the MDES is collaborating with Huawei, a leading digital innovator, to address this challenge by sharing their knowledge on cybersecurity and best practices across industries in order to upskill overall digital capabilities and offer improved educational resources. This collaboration will further encourage public and private organisations to adopt and implement key principles, with the aim of laying a robust talent foundation for Thailand, helping drive Thailand towards a safe and secure digital future."

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cyber Security Agency

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cyber Security Agency, said about this cooperation: "A public-private partnership will be critical in building collaboration among private, public, and government entities in order to establish a globally trusted cyberspace in Thailand. We are delighted to sign this MoU between Huawei, as a leading global ICT company and solutions provider, and the NCSA so that together we can Boost our cyber security." 

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., spoke on the cooperation over the signing of the MoU on cybersecurity: "These efforts have laid a solid foundation for us to sign a cyber security MoU today, which makes improved cybersecurity accessible to the general public. We reaffirm our commitment to raising awareness of security practices and procedures by developing cooperation between Huawei and the NCSA in the area of cybersecurity. Huawei will promote top cyber talent competition and key technological development, covering global trends such as 5G, cloud, mobile, and cybersecurity leadership skills, with the goal of engaging in cybersecurity talent development and knowledge sharing.”

“Huawei will support cyber training courses through the global platform called Huawei E-Lab, which aims to help increase cyber capabilities by providing training on security workshops in order to provide participants the opportunity to take action. Furthermore, under this MoU, Huawei will cooperate with the NCSA in the field of establishing and delivering sustainable cyber security training for Thailand to cover all four of the cyber workforce levels: basic, intermediate, advanced, and expert levels," he added.

E-Lab is a lab platform for Huawei learning service customers. Based on Huawei large-scale hardware lab infrastructure and cloud-based technology, E-Lab helps trainees access the E-Lab over the network at any place and any time to complete practice-based learning such as operation exercises, network simulations, and fault reappearance. This can help in reducing operation training costs and saving labour. Huawei

E-Lab has served more than 260 carriers in 170 countries, supporting more than 1.3 million trainees to develop their ICT competencies.

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Killexams : NCSA signs MoU with Huawei for cyber security development

National Cyber Security Agency signs MoU to collaborate with Huawei, accelerating Thailand's cyber security with development of Thai personnel skills

published : 9 Aug 2022 at 16:54

Photograph shows a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony on cybersecurity cooperation between the National Cyber Security Agency led by Gen. Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary-General of NCSA (3rd left); and Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Mr. Abel Deng, CEO (5th left). The event was honorably witnessed by Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (4th left); Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Digital Economy and Society (2nd left); Avm. Amorn Chomchoey, Deputy Secretary General of NCSA (far left); Mr. Jack Li, Member of the Board of Directors (6th left) and Mr. Surachai Chatchalermpun, Country Cyber Security and Privacy Officer, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right)
Photograph shows a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing ceremony on cybersecurity cooperation between the National Cyber Security Agency led by Gen. Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary-General of NCSA (3rd left); and Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. led by Mr. Abel Deng, CEO (5th left). The event was honorably witnessed by Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (4th left); Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Digital Economy and Society (2nd left); Avm. Amorn Chomchoey, Deputy Secretary General of NCSA (far left); Mr. Jack Li, Member of the Board of Directors (6th left) and Mr. Surachai Chatchalermpun, Country Cyber Security and Privacy Officer, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (far right)

The Ministry of Digital Economy and the National Cyber Security Agency has jointly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on cybersecurity cooperation with Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the leading global ICT infrastructure and IT solutions provider, with the purpose of increasing cybersecurity skills for Thai IT personnel through promoting Huawei's E-Lab online learning platform, organizing competition projects and Huawei training courses.

Mr. Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, Minister of Digital Economy and Society (MDES), spoke on Thailand's current cybersecurity situation and the cooperation with Huawei: "As data breaches and cyberattacks get increasingly more sophisticated and frequent, gaps in knowledge and cyber skills are impacting organizations more acutely than ever before. That is why the MDES is collaborating with Huawei, a leading digital innovator, to address this challenge by sharing their knowledge on cybersecurity and best practices across industries in order to upskill overall digital capabilities and offer improved educational resources. This collaboration will further encourage public and private organizations to adopt and implement key principles, with the aim of laying a robust talent foundation for Thailand, helping drive Thailand towards a safe and secure digital future."

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cyber Security Agency

Ms. Ajarin Pattanapanchai, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry Digital Economy and Society

General Prachya Chalermwat, Secretary General of the National Cyber Security Agency, said about this cooperation: "A public-private partnership will be critical in building collaboration among private, public, and government entities in order to establish a globally trusted cyberspace in Thailand. We are delighted to sign this MoU between Huawei, as a leading global ICT company and solutions provider, and the NCSA so that together we can Boost our cyber security. " 

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., spoke on the cooperation over the signing of the MoU on cybersecurity: "These efforts have laid a solid foundation for us to sign a cyber security MoU today, which makes improved cybersecurity accessible to the general public. We reaffirm our commitment to raising awareness of security practices and procedures by developing cooperation between Huawei and the NCSA in the area of cybersecurity. Huawei will promote top cyber talent competition and key technological development, covering global trends such as 5G, cloud, mobile, and cybersecurity leadership skills, with the goal of engaging in cybersecurity talent development and knowledge sharing.”

Mr. Abel Deng, CEO, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd

Huawei will support cyber training courses through the global platform called Huawei E-Lab, which aims to help increase cyber capabilities by providing training on security workshops in order to provide participants the opportunity to take action. Furthermore, under this MoU, Huawei will cooperate with the NCSA in the field of establishing and delivering sustainable cyber security training for Thailand to cover all four of the cyber workforce levels: basic, intermediate, advanced, and expert levels," he added.

E-Lab is a lab platform for Huawei learning service customers. Based on Huawei large-scale hardware lab infrastructure and cloud-based technology, E-Lab helps trainees access the E-Lab over the network at any place and any time to complete practice-based learning such as operation exercises, network simulations, and fault reappearance. This can help in reducing operation training costs and saving labor. Huawei 

E-Lab has served more than 260 carriers in 170 countries, supporting more than 1.3 million trainees to develop their ICT competencies. 

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Killexams : KUET partners with Huawei to set up ICT academy No result found, try new keyword!The Khulna University of Engineering and Technology (KUET) has teamed up with global ICT infrastructure provider Huawei to set up an ICT academy.A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between ... Sun, 31 Jul 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.msn.com/en-xl/asia/bangladesh/kuet-partners-with-huawei-to-set-up-ict-academy/ar-AA10bG7e Killexams : Huawei ICT Academy in India offers free online ICT courses for all
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The Huawei ICT Academy in India has taken an initiative to boost the Digital India vision. It has opened its General ICT (Information and Communications Technology) courses for all Indians, to learn new skills and develop existing ones. These courses are based on industry-leading technologies and will be provided online for free.

Basics of the latest ICT technologies like 5G, AI, IoT, Cloud Computing, Network Communications and Big Data will be taught to the learners. Interested people can visit the ‘Huawei ICT Academy Course Catalogue’ site and register for their desired courses. Each course comprises multiple self-study modules with two to four lessons per course.

Speaking on the initiative Akash Mathur, Vice-President, Huawei India said, "In response to the government’s call for skilling, we open our general level ITC courses to anyone wanting to get a better understanding of emerging technologies, or to upgrade their current skills. Our aim is to build the education, industry and public talent ecosystems, to enhance talent capabilities and create an interest in ICT, especially amongst the student community as they are on the crux of deciding upon a career path,” as mentioned in the official press release.

Launched in 2015, the Huawei ICT Academy in India is a non-profit education programme that focuses on providing training and learning solutions for the ICT sector. And established in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider in ICT infrastructure and smart devices.

For more information on registration and courses, click: https://e.huawei.com/en/talent/news/#/details?consultationId=1673

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Killexams : “Technology-enabled Open Schools for All” project: Reviewing progress and the future of digital learning

A cross-country seminar, held from 5 to 7 July 2022 in Accra, Ghana and online, was organized by UNESCO to present the activities and first results of the UNESCO-Huawei “Technology-enabled Open Schools for All” project, and to guide the second implementation phase of the project until August 2023. The seminar was the first international hybrid event under the project since its launch on 25 November 2021.

Around 125 participants, including high level government representatives, international experts and UN Agencies, gathered to share their perspectives and views on digital open school models and on the project.

The project coordination teams from the three implementing countries, Egypt, Ethiopia and Ghana, together with the programme coordination team from UNESCO HQ, met in person and shared their experiences and lessons learnt from the first phase of implementation. The Ghanaian government led the discussions on the subject, informed by several accurate national events, such as the Maiden National Digital & Distance Learning (NDDL) Conference organized by the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling in Ghana (CENDLOS) in June 2022 in Accra, Ghana.

Stories from the project beneficiaries

The seminar was an occasion to provide voice to the direct beneficiaries of the project, particularly to the head teachers of the 10 selected primary schools for the pilot in Ghana. Several of them described the current challenges that their schools are facing to develop an open digital education system, such as the lack of digital technology devices, and reflected on how the project plays a key role in bridging this digital gap. Ms Duho Patience Yaa, Head Teacher of the Akatsi No.1 Basic School, one of the pilot schools in Ghana, stated that in her school “teachers know how to use laptops and projectors, but that opportunity was not openly motivated in them. This project will therefore help them to make use of and Boost the skills they have already acquired.”  

The Technology-enabled Open Schools for All project is key to allowing all children, including the most vulnerable, to access learning content. Testimonies from the Akropong School for the Blind’s Head Teacher, Ms Veronica Derry and the ICT Teacher, Mr Maxwell Asante, explained the importance of "guiding students with visual impediments in the use of ICT, which is not easy. Their learning through ICT devices is solely based on the use of the computer keyboard, but you need to guide the child through the keyboard layout for them to be able to understand where every key is and know how to use it."

Participants of the cross-country seminar also had a chance to listen to the stories from the Ethiopian beneficiaries, particularly those who took part in some of the first project activities for the training of teachers. According to the Ethiopian teacher Zinabu Yilma, “The training has inspired me. Before I came to this training, we were already thinking at my school about how to deliver teaching through different platforms. But when I came here it was kind of alarming for me! I realized we must hurry!”

Malak Zaalouk, Director of the Middle East Institute of Higher Education in Cairo shared her perspectives on the main outcome of the project in Egypt - the future Distance Learning Centre hosted by the Professional Academy of Teachers - which “will represent a hub for connecting professionals and peer communities of learners and create opportunities for teachers to become technological literate." 

These perspectives demonstrate the profound impact of the project in the three countries. In Ghana, the project currently benefits over 1,000 teachers and 3,000 students in 10 selected pilot basic schools, in addition to enhancing educative national platforms targeting all students and educators in the country. In Ethiopia, the project benefits 12,000 students and 250 educators from 24 selected pilot secondary schools and enhances access to educative national platforms and digital content for all secondary students and educators in the country. In Egypt, it provides support to 950,000 K-12 educators through the establishment of a National Distance Learning Centre. Key partners are Ministries of Education, National Institutions and Centres, beneficiary countries and experts from the UNESCO-KFIT project.

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Killexams : Available Now for Pre-order in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

In this new age of remote working and learning, there is an increased demand for 16-inch laptops that provide a relatively large screen but in a size that is still portable. So, Huawei's accurate announcement of the Compact 16-inch High-Performance Laptop, the HUAWEI MateBook D 16, and the 16-inch Real Color Powerful Professional Laptop, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s, is a wonderful news for everyone. As new additions to the HUAWEI MateBook Series, these new laptops are steeped in the MateBook DNA. They combine great displays and nice aesthetics with powerful performance, innovative features, and the smart office experience but mostly importantly they cater to users with different budget. In a nutshell, here is why the HUAWEI MateBook D16 and HUAWEI MateBook 16s are two of the best 16-inch 2022 laptops in Saudi Arabia you can get right now!

HUAWEI MateBook D16

The HUAWEI MateBook D16 immersive 16-inch Eye Comfort HUAWEI FullView display is made for those who spend long hours in front of the screen. With a screen-to-body ratio of 90% and a convenient 16:10 aspect ratio, it is designed with comfort and productivity in mind: it allows you to be more productive when working with web pages, charts, data, and written documents. With the HUAWEI MateBook D16, even heavy users can be confident that their eyes are protected thanks to the TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light (Hardware Solution) certification.

The durable aluminum alloy body of the laptop is tempered by anodic oxidation to make it tougher and stronger. Despite the 16-inch screen size and metallic body, the laptop only weighs 1.7Kg, making it one of the lightest laptops in its category.

Productivity demands power. That's why HUAWEI MateBook D 16 comes with the 12th Gen Intel® Core™ H- Series Processor and can be configured up to i7-12700H. It offers a TDP of up to 40W, dual-channel RAM and a high-speed solid-state drive. You can use the Standard Mode for light tasks and switch to the Performance Mode when you want the HUAWEI MateBook D16 to when you want that extra boost. 

HUAWEI MateBook D16 features a smart video conference solution. The laptop is equipped with a 1080P camera at the top of the screen, which doubles the resolution of traditional 720P cameras. At the same time, Huawei's self-developed AI Camera smart feature enables cool features like Virtual Background, FollowCam and Eye Contact. 

This laptop is also a networking beast thanks to the innovative HUAWEI Metaline Antenna: it is a brand-new antenna structure that, compared with average antennas, has 56% better signal conversion efficiency.

HUAWEI MateBook 16s

Continuing Huawei's classic design, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s has an ultra slim design, giving it a high screen-to-body ratio of up to 90%. Featuring a sizeable touch screen of 2.5K resolution, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s boasts a 3:2 aspect ratio. Compared to a 16-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s with a 3:2 aspect ratio offers more display area for content. It also attains an average △ E<1 high colour accuracy. Besides, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s adapts both low blue light and flicker-free technology for eye comfort. The 2520 x 1680 display is crisp and vivid with support for 100% sRGB wide colour gamut, 1500:1 contrast ratio, 189 PPI and a maximum brightness of 300nits. With 1.07 billion colours, the display delivers subtler and smoother colour transitions.

HUAWEI MateBook 16s is mind-blowingly powerful. It packs the 12th Gen Intel® Core™ Processor, configurable up to i9-12900H with 14 cores, 20 threads, and a max turbo frequency of up to 5G Hz. The processor uses a hybrid architecture of Performance cores and Efficiency cores. The performance cores (P-cores) control the heavy-duty tasks, like gaming, real-time rendering, and video clipping, while the efficiency cores (E-cores) provide scalable multi-threaded performance and efficient background tasks offloading when multi-tasking. The Intel Iris® Xe Graphics provides outstanding graphic processing for graphic designers, photo, and video editors, as well as gamers. 

To deliver the ultimate performance, the laptop uses the ultra-large HUAWEI Shark fin dual fan system that enables efficient, effective, and silent performance. The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is Intel® Evo™ certified. A laptop must prove itself to be extremely lightweight and offer great battery life to be Intel® Evo™ certified.

Last but not least, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s comes with a large battery of 84Wh (rated capacity) with support for up to 135W fast charging. With a 30-minute charge, the laptop can be charged near to 50%.

Futuristic Super Device features

Both the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 and HUAWEI MateBook 16s take multi-device collaboration to a whole new level, thanks to Super Device, bringing super productivity with a cohesive multi-device experience. It lets you effortlessly connect to other Huawei devices nearby and collaborate between them all.

In addition, with smartphones like the newly launched HUAWEI Mate Xs 2 and tablets like the 12.6-inch HUAWEI MatePad Pro, it is even more useful. Once you have wirelessly connected your phone, you will see its UI (User Interface) appear on your laptop screen, so you can operate it as if your smartphone and laptop are one device. You can access and edit your files, use, and manage up to three phone app windows simultaneously, take video or audio calls from your phone through your MateBook, and even use your mouse and keyboard to control your smartphone.

Your tablet can be transformed into a drawing pad or second screen, with documents, images and more seamlessly shared between the two. 

The HUAWEI MateBook D16 and HUAWEI MateBook 16s can also connect to a HUAWEI MateView monitor, so you can see your work on an even larger screen. The laptop also supports multi-device file management and AI search.

Conclusion

Choosing a laptop can be daunting and a bit complicated. This is because there are multiple aspects to consider, from screen size, design, processing power and speeds to innovative all-scenario device collaboration features. HUAWEI MateBook D 16 and HUAWEI MateBook 16s represent the best you can find at two different price points. 

Price and Availability 

The HUAWEI MateBook D 16 is available for pre order in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Huawei’s official website and select retailers starting at a price of 3599 SAR along with a variety of some amazing gifts for a value of 2434 SAR including the followings: HUAWEI Mystery Box Gift , HUAWEI MatePad T10s 4G, and HUAWEI MateBook D16 VIP Card. As for the HUAWEI MateBook 16s; the laptop is available also for pre-order at a starting price 6499 SAR accompanied with an outstanding selection of gifts at the value of 4633 SAR that contain the followings: HUAWEI MatePad 11, HUAWEI Mystery Box Gift, and HUAWEI MateBook 16s VIP Card.

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Killexams : The HUAWEI MateBook D 16 takes productivity to new heights

WITH the new normal ushering in the era of the hybrid office, the way work is conducted has undergone a drastic change.

With the rise of hybrid working, remote conference communication is also increasing in tandem with the times.

This has led to higher requirements being placed on office equipment and the conference communication experience.

HUAWEI MateBook D 16 maximises productivity with a larger screen for a vast display and a lightweight and compact body with higher performance.HUAWEI MateBook D 16 maximises productivity with a larger screen for a vast display and a lightweight and compact body with higher performance.

For improved productivity while working remotely, HUAWEI Malaysia’s latest in its line of innovative super device laptops – the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 and the HUAWEI MateBook 16s – offer a seamless multitasking experience to help users get the most out of their day.

The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is a professional large-screen high-performance notebook.The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is a professional large-screen high-performance notebook.

The HUAWEI MateBook D 16

The all-new all-rounder HUAWEI MateBook D 16 sports a 12th gen Intel Core H series processor, maximising productivity with a larger screen for a vast display and a lightweight and compact body with higher performance.

It inherits the aesthetic, innovation and smart genes associated with the MateBook family, catering to the demands of consumers and continuing to bring new technology to more users.

The HUAWEI MateBook D 16 enables users to better harness smart productivity and creativity towards an elevated smart office experience.The HUAWEI MateBook D 16 enables users to better harness smart productivity and creativity towards an elevated smart office experience.

Perfect for IT and finance officers, family users and even students, this sleek workhorse can meet the diversified needs of multiple scenarios – be it for heavy-duty office work, audio and visual entertainment at home, or learning in school.

This high-performance lightweight laptop with a 16-inch display accommodates movie-watching during your time off, or allows you to split your screen between the apps you need for work. The whole laptop only weighs 1.7kg, with a thickness of up to 18.4mm. It also comes with a sleek design, such as thinner bezels, allowing for even better laptop portability.

To make it even more user-friendly, the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 also boasts a range of features, from its eye-comfort HUAWEI FullView Display with 90% high screen-to-body ratio and 16:10 aspect ratio balancing both work and entertainment, to its 1080P AI Camera, full keyboard with1.5mm high key travel and a numeric keypad.

Looking at its large screen, lightweight portability, powerful performance and seamless super device connectivity, it’s easy to see why this laptop is the perfect productivity device for the hybrid office era.

It also features the second generation 65W pocket charger and more ports for flexible connections, so you can stay powered up and connected wherever you are.

As a smart office and productivity powerhouse, the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 enables users to better harness productivity and creativity towards an elevated smart office experience, by leveraging the distributed capabilities of the super device.

By supporting seamless collaboration with more devices such as HUAWEI headphones, printers, keyboards and mouse, it further expands the seamless artificial intelligence (AI) life experience. With this, you can capture any spontaneous inspiration on any of your disparate HUAWEI devices and sync the content seamlessly across all.

The advantage of the smart office experience is the easy swapping of wireless and wired connections to enable collaborative multi-device experience for work and personal time, elevating the notebook to a smart companion everyone will find indispensable for school and work situations.

With this system, users can drag icons from other HUAWEI devices to their MateBook D 16, which will serve as a hub for a smart office experience with device collaboration.

From the classroom to the boardroom, staying connected is key to getting things done. With work-from-anywhere culture opening up new possibilities in productivity, video calls have taken center stage, necessitating a laptop with user-friendly video call features. For this, the MateBook D 16 helps you bring your best to every video call, with personal voice enhancement for clearer sound and a flattering 1080p AI camera.

The HUAWEI MateBook 16s

The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is Evo-certified equipped with a 12th-generation Intel Core i7-12700H processor.The HUAWEI MateBook 16s is Evo-certified equipped with a 12th-generation Intel Core i7-12700H processor.

The HUAWEI MateBook 16s, on the other hand, is positioned as a professional large-screen high-performance notebook and is Evo-certified equipped with a 12th-generation Intel Core i7-12700H processor.

With its durable chassis, 12th gen Intel Core processor CPU, spacious keyboard with number pad, big display and 1080p webcam, this is a suitable laptop for content creators and designers, who would definitely appreciate the specs that would enable them to present their ideas and creations in the best possible way.

If you are looking to step up your productivity and enjoy a seamless and enhanced remote working experience, the HUAWEI MateBook D 16 and the HUAWEI MateBook 16s are the perfect laptops for your needs.

HUAWEI MateBook D 16

Priced from RM3,699, HUAWEI MateBook D 16 is available for pre-order from today until Aug 5 with freebies worth up to RM1,028* on the HUAWEI Official Website, HUAWEI Official Store on Shopee or HUAWEI Flagship Store on Lazada.

HUAWEI MateBook 16s

Meanwhile, the HUAWEI MateBook 16s is up for grabs from from today until Aug 5 with freebies worth up to RM1,727* on the HUAWEI Official Website, HUAWEI Official Store on Shopee or HUAWEI Flagship Store on Lazada!

Log on to HUAWEI’s official website, official store on Shopee or flagship store on Lazada to get the HUAWEI MateBook D 16.

If the HUAWEI MateBook 16s is your choice, you may find it here or on Shopee and Lazada.

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Killexams : MacTay, Huawei partner to tackle Nigeria’s unemployement with digital transformation

As part of its recruitment and selection strategy, leading outsourcing and recruitment company, MacTay, under its subsidiary Global Manpower Limited, has partnered with Huawei, to bridge Nigeria’s youth employability by leveraging digital transformation to reduce the country’s unemployment figures.

“Our goal is to reduce unemployment in Africa and we understand that strategic partnerships and collaborations of this nature are crucial to getting us there. Our positioning is indeed unique and we are constantly empowering Nigerian youth to Boost their skills through our soft skills and Tech programs under the MacTay Academy. This initiative by Huawei is highly commendable and we look forward to greater partnerships in the near future,” Bayonle Oduola, head of recruitment and assessment, MacTay, stated during the job fair for Nigerian Youth, held on Wednesday August 3, at the International Conference Centre, Abuja.

According to Oduola, MacTay is constantly helping businesses and talents grow through its employee/HR outsourcing, learning, and development solutions that enable the recruitment firm to train and place people for jobs.

“The brain drain scourge has significantly impacted manpower adversely in Nigeria and MacTay recruitment services are positioned to close the gap between the demand for jobs by graduates, and supply of qualified talents to organizations,” Oduola stated.

Recently, the Ministry of Communication and Digital Economy partnered with Huawei towards developing ICT talents by signing an MOU to train students in ICT, thereby expanding the digital economy. This is done through various interventions and partnerships.

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“This is one of the profound components of Huawei skills development strategy and the youth are urged to seize the opportunity by ensuring that they market themselves and showcase their potential. The job fair is an important part of the Huawei talent ecosystem development strategy which aims at

developing talents, promoting a favorable business environment, and strengthening partnerships within the industry,” a statement from Huawei reads.

“More partnerships of this nature are encouraged to further bridge the unemployment and skills gap in Nigeria. Youth are also encouraged to constantly seize opportunities of this nature by ensuring that they market themselves and showcase their potential,” Omotoyosi Ajayi, head of media for MacTay stated.

According to her, candidates were afforded the opportunity to connect to prospective employers, even as HR personnel were on the lookout for certified applicants, interns, and graduate trainees.

“Companies in attendance at the job fair include Huawei, its partners, customers, and contractors”.

The job fair, which was open to NYSC members who were on the lookout for a place of primary assignment, attracted qualified candidates in IP technologies, Information Technologies, Channel management, Programming, Data Engineering, Account Management, Delivery Management, Procurement, and Channel Sales among others.

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