MWC: Who Does Cloud Best?
Mobile World Congress 2017 -- The annual Mobile World Congress event isn't just about mobile technologies. It's also about every buzzword and metaphor the industry's engineers-turned-marketers can cram into eight hallways of exhibit space. Of the many repeated themes, "cloud" is still a favorite. So this year Light Reading asked, who does it best?
Click through to find out in our cloud-filled slideshow.
Huawei went all out with its cloud imagery at the Huawei village inside Mobile World Congress 2017.
— Mari Silbey, Senior Editor, Cable/Video,
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