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The MoU was signed by SAR CEO, Dr Bashar Al Malik, and Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia CEO, Mr Dennis Zhang.
Through the partnership, SAR and Huawei will jointly develop a “smart railway,” including the application of next-generation wireless networks, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), cloud services and 5G across SAR’s network.
The collaboration will also include training and knowledge transfer for innovative information and communications technology (ICT) solutions.
Huawei has also established its ICT Roadshow at SAR’s headquarters, which showcases some of its newly-developed technologies and solutions including artificial intelligence-enabled ICT infrastructure, all flash storage, Wi-Fi 6, campus network, cloud data centre, software-defined wireless area network (WAN), active-active disaster recovery, and intelligent video surveillance.
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