US$60 million is the investment made by Huawei in the technology park inaugurated today, the 14th, in Talatona, Luanda, by the President of the Republic, João Lourenço.
More than 120 people secured their jobs, mostly Angolans. Built in an area of 32,000 square metres, the infrastructure comprises three centres, the first of which is aimed at training Angolan talent and engineers.
The second is devoted to innovation (for new technologies), while the third is for advanced technological experiences.
In a first phase, the technological park will ensure the training of over 1,500 talents and engineers and, subsequently, it should ensure online training, which may cover an unlimited number of beneficiaries, says the ANGOP🇧🇷
The technology park also has a Data Center and 3G, 4G and 5G Telephony Solutions and Data Center for solar panels for homes and businesses.
The infrastructure also offers energy solutions for prepaid systems, videoconferencing, artificial intelligence, smart home (distance connection of equipment).
In a mix of theoretical and practical classes, the center will provide training in 5G, data communication, network engineering and information storage in the clouds.
The park stands out for having four training rooms with 32 seats each, three residential buildings for 180 employees, a cafeteria for 100 people, and a playground.
This is Huawei Technologies’ third technology park in Africa, after Egypt and South Africa.
Huawei Technologies is a multinational network and telecommunications equipment company headquartered in the Chinese city of Shenzhen.