Hutchison Whampoa is controlled by the Cheung Kong Group, and headed by Li Ka-shing, Asia’s wealthiest man, who has been nicknamed “Superman” because of his investment prowess. Its operations include ports, with property and hotels, retailing telecommunications (Hutchison Telecommunications International) and infrastructure (Cheung Kong Infrastructure). Hutchison is also a major shareholder of Husky Energy, one of Canada’s largest energy and energy related companies. 

Peter Zhou Yuefeng (left), chief marketing officer of Huawei's Wireless Network Product Line and Cliff Woo Chiu-man, executive director and CEO of Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hutchison Telecom to usher in city’s new era of ‘connected’ devices

Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong, the city’s second-largest mobile network operator, has opened the industry’s first large-scale internet of things infrastructure, which steps up the company’s preparations for future 5G services and advances the government’s ambitious “smart city” initiativ

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