Radosław Kędzia: Greece an Important Market for Huawei

ATHENS – Radosław Kędzia, Vice President of Huawei CEE & Nordic Europe Region, expressed the company’s intention to maintain and expand its presence in the Greek market during a meeting with Greek journalists at the Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona. Kędzia emphasized that Greece is a valuable market for Huawei with a history of successful projects and partnerships, and significant prospects for the future.

The company aims to establish long-term relationships with partners, focusing on areas such as education and start-ups. Kędzia also discussed Huawei’s range of services, which are adaptable to market needs and demands, including fifth-generation networks.

When asked about the future beyond 5G, he noted that preparations for 5.5G have already started. “We don’t expect it to happen overnight, as every market is different, every consumer’s expectations are unique, and every technology adoption is different,” he said. In any case, Huawei aims to be ready for the transition to 5.5G, as it is a necessary and natural evolution from 5G, a view shared unanimously by the industry.


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