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Gathered in Bangkok, Thailand, public and private sectors across the ICT industry attended ITU Telecom World 2016. Chinese vendor Huawei showcased its latest ideas and experience in cloud, national broadband networks, ultra-fast wireless communications, and smart devices at its pavilion. The company's president of its Carrier Business Group said Huawei is committed to building a better connected world.

""Data centers and broadband networks are a vital part of the national information infrastructure. Huawei is committed to building a better connected world, and we believe that for any developing nation or region seeking dramatic development, it is vital for them to use the levers of policy, to coordinate on standards and to accelerate infrastructure developments, said Zou Zhilei, president of Huawei's Carrier Business Group.

He added that Huawei is now a leading provider of global ICT solutions, and that the company is committed to working with all nations to develop their broadband capacity. Huawei describes the future society '“ with developed broadband capacity '“ as one with ubiquitous sensors, ubiquitous connectivity, and ubiquitous intelligence.

""Within the ICT industry, it is the innovative small and medium enterprises tech SMEs that are key to industry disruption, to job creation, and to the technological innovations that are taking the industry forward,' said Houlin Zhao, secretary-general of International Telecommunication Union at a forum.

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