The program will provide free access to Huawei’s cloud resources to tech start-ups operating in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), data management, gaming, and e-commerce
To launch the Spark program for supporting deep-tech start-ups in Egypt, Huawei Technologies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA), according to an emailed press release on 07 August.
The program will provide free access to Huawei’s cloud resources to tech start-ups operating in the fields of artificial intelligence (AI), data management, gaming, and e-commerce.
Moreover, for technical support, the selected tech start-ups will have access to Huawei’s training programs.
“The program seeks to tremendously impact our entrepreneurship ecosystem in Egypt; unlocking the path of promising opportunities. It also meets our primary goals of boosting innovation in Egypt, as well as our mandate of building the capacities of young talent on the latest ICT technologies,” Vice President of ITIDA Hossam Othman commented.
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