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SABIS® to Use Huawei’s Wi-Fi Solutions for Its School Network

Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, has entered into a strategic alliance with SABIS®—a international education management organization—which will use Huawei’s technology to uplift their IT infrastructure on the school and the corporate level.

The alliance, which is set to last for two years, will cover all SABIS® Network schools located in the Gulf, Levant, Africa, Kurdistan, and Europe regions. SABIS® school campuses will turn out to be even more digitally-driven, connecting their modern SABIS® educational software systems using Huawei’s state of the art Wi-Fi 6 technology.

Mr. Paul Feng, CEO Levant Region, Huawei, said: “Digitization across the education sector will enable greater opportunities for learning, international collaboration, and expertise sharing. Our strategic alliance with SABIS® will allow the next era connectivity to students, which will facilitate an improved learning experience.”

Mr. Serge Bakhos, Group Vice President – Information Technology and Book Publishing, SABIS® said: “This new alliance is an essential step in the ongoing implementation of our Corporate Digitization Strategy, which will assist enhance the connectivity of our devices and solutions throughout our schools, thereby enabling students to study more effectively and more efficiently.”

Mr. Rony Krayem, CTO, IP Engineering Pro, said: “The versatility of Huawei’s products permits us to design bespoke solutions to meet the special requirements of all businesses. This alliance will demonstrate the agility and breadth of these solutions to carry a new level of digitization into the education market and schools throughout the world.”

With Huawei’s special 5G-powered antenna and algorithm technologies, Huawei’s Wi-Fi 6 helps firms build networks besides coverage holes, offer services with no waiting time, and gain no packet loss at the time of roaming. This allows a number of sectors, inclusive of digital education, to move towards a completely connected, intelligent world.

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