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Z kraju  Politechnika Poznańska uruchomiła Akademię Huawei - HAINA 


W Katedrze Sieci Telekomunikacyjnych Wydziału Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji Politechniki Poznańskiej zainaugurowano Akademię Huawei - Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy.

Jest to szkoleniowy program firmy Huawei, który poprzez zajęcia praktyczne prowadzone przez profesjonalistów umożliwia biorącym w nim udział studentom pogłębianie wiedzy z dziedziny nowoczesnych technologii informacyjno-komunikacyjnych. W oferowanym zakresie jest jedynym tego typu programem szkoleniowym w Polsce.

Jak podkreślił dziekan Wydziału Elektroniki i Telekomunikacji Politechniki Poznańskiej prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Wesołowski oferowane kursy będą dostępne również dla studentów innych kierunków, jak automatyka i robotyka, a także dla zainteresowanych osób związanych z branżą, np. operatorów przemysłowych sieci komputerowych. Jednym z elementów Akademii Huawei będzie realizacja certyfikowanych kursów w zakresie rozwiązań chmurowych, bezpieczeństwa sieci komputerowych oraz zarządzania i administrowania sieciami.

Politechnika Poznańska rozpoczęła współpracę z firmą Huawei w ubiegłym roku, dołączając do partnerów konkursu Huawei "Seeds for the Future", w ramach którego studenci mieli okazję odbycia szkoleń w siedzibie głównej firmy w Shenzhen.

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