Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, has announced that it will be embarking on a one-year road show across the region to demonstrate its capabilities in providing advanced end-to-end solutions for mobile and fixed broadband services. The road show, together with “2011 Huawei Broadband Forum”, was inaugurated in Islamabad, Pakistan, under the patronage of Dr. Mohammad Yaseen, Chairman of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA), says a press release issued here. “The road show will open for a week, as a dedicated team of Huawei executives, experts and technical support staff come together to host an unforgettable broadband experience to key stakeholders and partners in the country,” it said. It said that with an ongoing commitment to enriching people’s life and enhancing broadband development, Huawei has invested considerable resources and works closely with its partners to bring the most cost-effective, cutting-edge products and solutions to people in Pakistan. The road show—held under the theme of “Smarter Network for Better Life”—serves as an important part of the company’s efforts to lead broadband forward. “By providing a hands-on experience of new mobile and fixed broadband services, the road show will offer a glimpse into Huawei’s vision for highly-efficient and flexible next-generation technology,” the statement added.