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Etisalat, Huawei Sign MOU

Etisalat signs strategic partnership with Huawei to support international expansion

June 2, 2005

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SHENZHEN, China -- Etisalat, one of the leading telecom service providers in the Middle East Region, and Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., one of the global leading networking and telecommunications equipment companies, today signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to support Etisalat’s expansion in international markets by providing more competitive telecommunications equipment and services.

Under the agreement, Huawei will confirm its commitment to continuously support Etisalat’s international expansion with the supply and installation of telecom equipment and networks. As Etisalat’s rapid expansion of its international operations in the Middle East and Africa regions, it becomes a necessity for them to have a long-term reliable and experienced partner that can provide efficient customized solutions and services suitable for local markets. Huawei, with its abundant knowledge and understanding of the global market, will deliver Etisalat all-around support.

“I am happy to announce this partnership with the global brand Huawei. The scope of this understanding is to set up an effective working relationship between the Corporations, and to jointly explore investment and business opportunities in the region and beyond. We eagerly look forward to the many opportunities that will be opened to both the corporations.” said Mr. Obaid Bin Mes’har, CEO, Etisalat International.

“Etisalat is the leading telecommunications service provider in the Middle East Region. We feel honored to cooperate with Etisalat. We are committed to assist Etisalat with offering innovatively customized services. We will also support Etisalat’s marketing with our extended experience and knowledge of the international markets, especially the African and Middle East regions.” said Mr. Shen Jingyang, Senior Vice President of Huawei Technologies and President of Huawei Middle East and North Africa Region.


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