In South Africa, the content of the audiovisual group Trace has been added into the video on demand platform dedicated to Huawei. The two companies have announced their collaboration. As part of this agreement, Trace TV content will be added into the Huawei Video app first for South Africa and then potentially in other markets in Africa and the Middle East.
The Managing Director of Huawei Consumer Business Group, Sun Jun, said, “It is with great enthusiasm that Trace is launching as one of our premium Huawei Video partners in South Africa. This partnership supports our strategy to provide more choice and the best possible experience for users of our devices.”
On the other hand, the CEO of the Trace group, Olivier Laouchez, stated, “We are proud and delighted to have been chosen by Huawei as a strategic conten...
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