Huawei, Antenna Hungária sign agreement

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Chinaʼs Huawei, one of the worldʼs leading supplier of ICT technology, and terrestrial broadcaster Antenna Hungária have signed an agreement worth tens of millions of forints, Huawei told MTI yesterday. 

Under the agreement, Huawei has put into operation two data storage systems, with capacity of 100 terabytes each, for which it will provide full service for 5 years, including warranty, software updates and hardware maintenance, the company said in a statement.

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