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PHOTO GALLERY: Hundreds of vendors exhibit their solutions at Huawei Connect 2016

02 Sep 16

After launching on the 31st of August, Huawei Connect 2016 has now reached its final day.

Spread across three venues (making up for a total of 18,000 square metres), the event so far has been a great success. The Shanghai Expo Centre has been the main venue for the industry solutions, sessions and business and technical exchanges.

The event has brought together professionals from across the globe, following the theme of 'Shape the Cloud' with more than 1,000 tech sessions and hands-on labs to explore how we can achieve digital transformation and a smart society. Hundreds of vendors gathered at the Shanghai Expo Centre to present their products and services to the 20,000 participants, with many advanced and innovative solutions on display - check out the photos below.

Stay tuned as we will continue to provide updates as Huawei Connect 2016 progresses.

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