A press release about the Pakistan Prime Minister's Office meeting said that Imran Khan appreciated the support Chinese technology company Huawei tech offered toward achieving "Digital Pakistan" and assured the company of full support in the IT sector.
According to the Pakistani leader, Huawei has the full support of the Pakistani government in implementing Information Communication Technology (ICT) solutions.
According to Khan, the digital economy holds tremendous potential for investment, revenue generation, and economic development. To ensure good governance and transparency, IT solutions within government operations will be valuable.
As Chief Executive Officer and Senior Vice President of Huawei Technologies Global, Hou Tao said Huawei looks forward to ensuring the success of the Pakistani IT initiative.
India reportedly excludes Huawei and other Chinese telecom companies from bidding for Huawei Technologies 5G equipment, unlike Pakistan, which fully supports Huawei.
Hou stated that Huawei plans to train 1,000 federal government employees and support the training of university students to ensure they have the latest IT capabilities. Huawei also said it helps the vision of the Pakistani government to ensure that young people have access to skills in ICT.
With the help of international consultants, Huawei has proposed forming an ICT White Paper identifying existing ICT systems and suggesting ways to improve them.
Amin Ul Haque, Abdul Razaq Dawood, Atif R. Bukhari, and others were present, including Minister for IT Amin Ul Haque and Advisor on Commerce Abdul Razaq Dawood.
The P40 Pro from Huawei is the latest in the P-series, and the company is not going to diminish the P-series because this is the series that has provided a peak for the company.
As the successor to the Huawei P30 Pro, the new Huawei p40 pro price in Pakistan is packed with some premium specifications. Powered by a 5G-capable Kirin 990 chipset, this high-end model is expected to impact the series significantly.
To achieve full HD+ resolution, Huawei's P40 Pro's screen has a 6.58 inch OLED waterfall display. As well as the RAM, the smartphone has a lot of storage.
Shortly, the Huawei P40 Pro, with its 8 gigabytes of RAM and 256 gigabytes of internal storage, is likely to be a more popular choice for customers. With the new Huawei P40 Pro, the user can use an additional storage slot for extra storage.
The maximum size of your memory can be expanded to 256 GB using a microSD card. Combining internal and external storage in a smartphone allows the user to store comprehensive data. There are four cameras on the back of the Huawei Pro.
In a conversation with Pakistan's President Arif Alvi, Huawei's vice president for the Middle East, Li Xiangyu (SpaceLee) spoke about the region. Huawei should work with the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications (MoITT) to launch training programs for government employees.
As a result of the training of more than 1,000 officials, government organizations will have the capacity to enhance their digitalization. As a result, services will be delivered more efficiently, and work will be done more effectively. Government training should encompass various technology fields such as artificial intelligence, big data, blockchain, neuron networks, and communication technology.
Huawei and MoITT will conduct training programs jointly to help make Pakistan a digital country. Moreover, Huawei's CEO, Mark Meng, stated that the company would build an ecosystem with public and private partners in Pakistan to help the country accelerate its digital transformation.
SpaceLee presented Huawei's contribution to the Pakistani economy in general and the nation's development of ICT (information and communication technology) talents.
Huawei, between 2018 and 2020, has paid the Pakistani government $120 million in taxes. Huawei has provided 10,000 jobs in Pakistan. Furthermore, the tech giant donated $6 million to disaster relief efforts of the government. By 2020, Huawei was also providing 10,000 ICT certifications in Pakistan to support the country's ICT skill development.
The Minister for Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain discussed the possibility of cooperating with Huawei Technologies to implement an electronic government in Pakistan's different institutions.
He expressed his appreciation for Huawei's contribution to Pakistan's ICT industry as part of a meeting with the delegation from Huawei Technologies.
Several steps have been taken toward making government office work paperless. Adding to his comments on the necessity of e-governance, he expressed a commitment to expanding access to internet and broadband services for a broader range of people and public institutions.
Besides informing the delegation about the government's initiative to establish a media technology university, the minister said that Huawei's collaboration would be welcomed in designing and equipping modern educational institutions with high-tech equipment.