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Tepak takes part in Huawei Road Show event

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The Cyprus University of Technology said on Thursday it had participated in the Huawei Road Show event.

The event, which took place for the first time in Cyprus earlier this month, was centred around the theme of ‘Lighting up the Future’.

Huawei’s demo truck presented recent technology solutions created and provided by the Chinese company, including 5G technology, artificial intelligence and cloud computing.

The university was represented by two research teams, one from the department of electrical engineering and the other from the department of computer engineering and information technology, with the former involved in research using big data, and the latter involved with telecommunications research.

The two teams had the chance to engage with the Huawei demo truck which offers a practical experience of 5G applications, including ones dealing with virtual reality and augmented reality.

Huawei also presented its TECH4ALL project, which promotes issues concerning education, health, the environment and development around the world.

“We are working with our partners to create real change,” Huawei has previously said about the TECH4ALL project.

“Technology is already making a difference all over the world, connecting the unconnected, empowering underserved communities, protecting the planet, and more,” the company added.

Tepak recently signed a research partnership agreement with the Huawei Russian Research Institute to fund the Storage Data Flow Management based on Machine Learning research project.

The project aims to promote artificial technology in big data repository systems and began implementation in November of this year.

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