[Ubuntu in the wild] Huawei, one of the largest telecommunications equipment maker in the word, uses Ubuntu
Millions and millions of users are enjoying Ubuntu all over the world, thus making the powerful open-source operating system a popular and appreciated OS at a planetary scale.
Along with regular users, it seems (according to constantly discovered evidences) that famous persons, like Stephen Fry, are not only aware but actually using Ubuntu.
During an interview for the CNet show with Huawei representatives, one can easily observe the Ubuntu-powered computers behind the persons talking about various IT-related topics.
Usually, being a widely known and appreciated global company, "forces" the about-to-be-interviewed person to gather and expose "things" that are "psychologically" aligned with the company's values, prestige, brand, etc.
Consequently, it appears rather natural to affirm that Ubuntu has been perceived (and thus used) as suitable, powerful, secure, etc, for being "packed" (in the CNet viewers' minds) with Ubuntu.
Huawei Technologies is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment company, being (according to Wikipedia) the largest telecommunications equipment maker in the world.
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