Post, Telecommunications and ICT Minister Mustafa Jabbar is seen during a visit at Mobile World Congress on the 2nd day of the event at Bareclona, Spain on Wednesday.

BP Business Desk
Bangladesh is moving fast towards ‘Vision 2021’ dreamt by the present government under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina. To have a truly Digital Bangladesh, the nation will have to cope up with the world and needs to embrace technologies like Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and so on.
Post, Telecommunications and ICT Minister Mustafa Jabbar said this while visiting Mobile World Congress on the 2nd day of the event at Bareclona, Spain on Wednesday.
He along with James Wu, president of Huawei Southeast Asia and Zhang Zhengjun, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited visited Huawei stall at the venue, said a statement received in Dhaka Wednesday.
Lauding the role of Huawei in Bangladesh, he said: “I visited Huawei’s stall. They have lots of advanced technologies and in the event, the company has already come up with lots of their advanced solutions. It is inspiring and it is good that Huawei plays an important part of the total networking infrastructure of Bangladesh also.”
James Wu, president of Huawei Southeast Asia said, “At Huawei, we believe in innovation which mainly focuses on customer needs. For customers’ satisfaction and making their lives more digital, we are always working to provide powerful technology and innovative computing experience, telecom networks, IT solutions, smart devices, and cloud services. Huawei is targeting to build a fully connected, intelligent world world as fast as possible.”
“With the support of Bangladesh government, Huawei has completed 20 years in this country and successfully going with ‘Vision 2021’ project. With uninterrupted network, powerful devices and seamless cloud computing experience, we wish to build the future of Bangladesh,” he added.
MWC 2019 that started on February 25 will conclude today.
By now, Huawei has come up with their several new technologies such as an innovative rural network solution, RuralStar Lite. This solution is specialized to cost-efficiently bring voice and mobile broadband (MBB) services to rural villages. Huawei has also released its next-generation data center-level converged distributed storage — FusionStorage 8.0.
Huawei Enterprise demonstrates leading solutions and four flagship products for the enterprise market in three exhibition areas – Digital Platform, Ubiquitous Connectivity, and Pervasive Intelligence.