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Huawei Launches Its Largest Project Service Centre In India

Huawei Moves to India for Its Largest Project

Huawei, Chinese telecom equipment maker set up its biggest global service center in Bangulure, India with 136 crores as its initial investment. The GSC in India is going to handle over 50 projects, supporting more than 30 countries in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, serving 350 million subscribers.

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Huawei has employed more than 1,000 engineers, support staff, network operation experts for this center. The India Global service center is co-located with Huawei Research and Development Centre in Bengaluru. As per the press statement, Huawei India CEO Jay Chen stated that it is the largest GSC because of the number of projects it will manage moreover; it will be operational interminably.

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