It is already running a Research and Development lab in Bengaluru where more than 3,000 engineers are employed.
“This will be a big investment that we’ll be making in the country. That lab will do joint testing, development for major smart city applications. Our headquarters lab already has Honeywell, SAP among others as our partners. We will bring them to India along with local ISVs,” said Derek Hao, President, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei India while speaking to media.
With a focus on smart transportation, safe city, smart metering, smart lighting and smart parking solutions initially, more such modules will be added on a later stage.
The company has more than 8,000 employees in India.
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