Huawei is going to open research center in Leuven




Huawei opens in the Belgian university town of Leuven, a research center. This was reported by the Chinese electronics giant Thursday at a conference in Brussels. The center will lead the European research and development facilities of the company.

Huawei Huawei made ​​the opening of the center during the European Business Summit in Brussels known. The Chinese giant will see the so-called European Research Institute as a new milestone in its innovation strategy. Thus the center will work closely with European companies and research institutions. It is not yet known when the center comes exactly.

In addition, the Leuven Centre should direct the eighteen European Huawei research centers in Europe. These centers are located in eight countries, including Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, UK, Ireland, Sweden and Finland. There, scientists are working on a 5G various projects with the ultimate goal to offer commercially the technology by 2020.

Huawei chooses Leuven, because the city is close to European institutions and partner organizations. The company employs approximately 1,200 researchers in all of Europe, but it is not known how many employees there to work at the research center, and it is not clear how much money Huawei pumped into the center. It is known that CEO Hong


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