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IN PICTURES: Huawei's ICT Roadshow (54 pictures)

Far from a soft launch, Huawei used its inaugural ICT Roadshow to launch not only its new distie, DNA Connect, but a new Channel business strategy, new products and new goals for 2014. The event was held at Sydney's Randwick Racecourse, and saw more than 800 attendees across two days treated to workshops, keynote speeches from industry experts and even some comedic relief from the ABC's host of the new inventors, James O'Loghlin.

  • Huawei's ICT Roadshow was held at Sydney's Royal Randwick Racecourse

  • Huawei's ICT Roadshow was held at Sydney's Royal Randwick Racecourse

  • DNA Connect's marketing director Paul Sadler (L)

  • A Chinese artist uses sand on a lightbox to produce real time art

  • A Chinese artist uses sand on a lightbox to produce real time art

  • James O'Loghlin from the ABC's New Inventors played host

  • Huawei's new Australian CEO, Xichu (James) Zhao

  • The Huawei Australia executive team open the Huawei ICT Roadshow 2014

  • The Huawei Australia executive team open the Huawei ICT Roadshow 2014

  • Paul Scanlan, Huawei's president of business and network consulting

  • Tim William, CEO, Committee for Sydney

  • Huawei's new micro datacentre

  • Huawei's CTO IT product line, Ron Raffensperger

  • Huawei's new OceanStor 18000 Series Enterprise Storage System

  • Huawei's general manager, enterprise wireless product line, Zhiyu Xu

  • Abdul Memon, Huawei's director of solution marketing, South Pacific

  • Xianyin Li, Huawei's genearl manager, switch and enterprise communication product line

  • Paul Cooney, Huawei Australia's solutions architect

  • Richard Morrison, associate director, national ICT manager at NDY

  • DTZ's national manager engineering and technology, Nathaniel Galindo (L), and Anthony Stewart, Optus Business' head of M2M excellence centre

  • Huawei's vice president of enterprise service marketing, Hank Stokbroekx.

  • Huawei's new exclusive Australian distributor, DNA Connect's co-founder and executive director, Munsoor Khan

  • Huawei Australia's Channel Manager, Mark Rook.

  • Steve Martin, NextDC's general manager of channels.

  • Huawei's mobile data centres and other systems can be deployed anywhere, including disaster sites, at the drop of a hat

  • Huawei's 1080P HD video conferencing tools

  • Huawei's wireless mini desktop computers

  • Huawei's 4G LTE walkie talkies, which can be used as part of mobile deployments by emergency services, or the mining industry, for example - removing the need for old fashioned radio or satellite phones

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