Huawei Awards Altera [Travel & Leisure Close - Up]
(Travel & Leisure Close - Up Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Altera Corp. announced it has been named a Huawei "2013 Excellent Core Partner" for outstanding support, high-quality standards and FPGA product innovation.
According to a release, Huawei Technologies, an information and communications technology solutions provider, presented Altera the high honor at Huawei's 2013 Core Partner Convention in Shenzhen, China, in November. The Huawei Excellent Core Partner Award is a recognition for companies that consistently deliver the highest performance and quality products that meet Huawei's highly specialized requirements.
Mark Nelson, Altera senior vice president for worldwide sales, who attended the convention and accepted the award, said, "Altera is deeply honored by this distinction. We have been partners for the past 20 years, and we look forward to continued success in the years to come."
In 2013, Huawei delivered a multitude of wireline, wireless and enterprise infrastructure solutions to its customers based on Altera's 28 nm portfolio of products, ranging from the Stratix V to the low-cost Cyclone V families of FPGAs. Telecommunications providers worldwide deploy Huawei's communications infrastructure offerings to upgrade their network architectures for the performance and capacity needed to handle the bandwidth explosion driven by the proliferation of Internet-connected devices.
"Altera has a long and successful history of supporting Huawei's business with technical developments, and Huawei continues to be on the forefront in communications innovation and technology leadership," said Scott Bibaud, senior vice president and general manager of Altera's communications and broadcast division. "By working with industry leading companies such as Huawei, Altera can usher in even more innovation with our next-generation products and solutions."
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