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Huawei Gets Into Your Home

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BARCELONA -- Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, introduced the most extensive ‘Connected Home Solution’ in the industry at Mobile World Congress 2012. The Connected Home Solution is a comprehensive cloud which incorporates the home entertainment, small office/home office (SOHO), home cloud content sharing and home security solutions. The Connected Home Solution aims to advance digital life at home and bring a richer and more automated home entertainment and office experience to people worldwide.

“Mobile alerts when someone breaks into your home, Internet on your TV, working in SOHO, life-like sports games without a professional video game device. These are no longer limited to visions of the future,” said Jerry Zhi, Director of Home Device, Huawei Device. “The Connected Home Solution will bring benefits to people across all aspects of their lives. Huawei Device is taking the lead in integrating products and solutions combining digital media, the digital distribution business, network terminals and storage.”

Huawei’s Connected Home Solution has been developed specifically for families, small to middle-sized enterprises, and end-consumers across the broadcasting and telecommunications industry. The solution can be implemented without additional network investment, which is particularly beneficial and cost-effective for commercial organizations. Users are provided with applications including dynamic games & controls, Internet applications (web browsing, audio visual) on TV, IPTV entertainment, SOHO Office, home security, home digital device content sharing, multi-screen switching and cloud access.

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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