Chinese technology firm Huawei is making plans for growth in Turkey. Not only is the company closely tracking the Fatih Project, but they are also harboring energy projects with BOTAŞ on their agenda.
Aiming to become one of the world's largest three brands in smart telephones and tablet computers, China's Huawei is also making plans to incur fast growth in the technology sector in Turkey.
Huawei's competitive brand products, with information and communication technologies problem-solving options, that work with45 of the world's 50 largest operators, will be made available in the Turkish market in the form of the new smart telephone Vision and the firm's first ever tablet computer in the first quarter of 2012. 100 DOMESTIC BUSINESS PARTNERS
Huawei has over 100 business partners in Turkey including the likes of Türk Telekom, Turkcell, Avea and Vodafone and is also very competitive in establishing corporate solutions. Huawei plans to compete against its rivals for a share in areas including public acquisitions, education, finance, energy, transportation as well as medical projects and is currently interested in both the Fatih Project and BOTAŞ's energy projects. According to Huawei's, Corporate Communication Unit's Global Chairman Ross Gan, they have designated Turkey as their Central Asian and Caucasus center, "As Huawei, by 2015 we aim to become one of the world's top three gadget producers, we want to continue our leadership in module wide band appliances as well as to become the leaders in home communication products. We consider the Turkish market to be a hub. And we have long tern plans and objectives here. The Research and Development Center that we have opened in Turkey is one of the most significant indicators of the importance we place on this nation."