MyBroadband was recently afforded the opportunity to visit Huawei’s breathtaking Ox Horn research and development campus in Dongguan, China.
The campus spans 1.4 million square metres, can house up to 25,000 staff, and is connected by a tram system which covers a route of 7.8km.
This transport network is modelled on trains supplied by Stadler Rail for the Jungfrau Railway in Switzerland.
It is split into 12 blocks, each of which is designed using the architectural traditions of various European cities – including Paris, Verona, Granada, and Edinburgh.
Other attractions in the campus include replicas of great European buildings, including France’s Palace of Versailles, Germany’s Heidelberg Castle, and Budapest’s Liberty Bridge.
Construction and facilities
The building of the Dongguan campus only began in 2015, although it is already almost complete and is used by thousands of Huawei employees, with more expected to join the facility in the coming months.
The sprawling campus is also connected by train systems to company housing in Shenzhen and other nearby Huawei campuses.
Waterways and various amenities run throughout the massive campus, and various amenities and facilities are provided to workers.
These include subsidised meals at cafeterias, as well as libraries, recreation areas, art classes, and sports facilities.
MyBroadband took some photos of the impressive Huawei Ox Horn research and development campus, pictured below.
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Huawei Ox Horn Campus
Bradley Prior is a guest of Huawei at Huawei Connect in China.