BEIJING, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- iSoftStone Holdings Limited ("iSoftStone" in below, NYSE: ISS), a global technology services provider, participated at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, Germany, along with Huawei, a leading solution provider for information and communications technology (ICT), and jointly showcased their comprehensive Smart City solution portfolio and end-to-end service capabilities. Walter Fang, Chief Technology Officer of iSoftStone, attended CeBIT 2014 on behalf of the company. Under the theme "Connecting Business Opportunities in a Better Way", Mr. Fang delivered a speech entitled "Smart Cities in China: Powered by ICT and Innovation" at the Innovative Enterprise ICT Forum, which focused on iSoftStone's Smart City solutions and services. "iSoftStone has accrued extensive experiences in planning, consulting, implementing, and operating many Smart City projects across China," said Mr. Fang. "Our SMART technologies include social networking, mobile internet, analytics of big data, cloud computing resources sharing, and Internet of Things. We are applying these SMART technologies to provide innovative IT solutions for our clients to make better business decisions, optimize resources, simulate economic development, and improve overall quality of life." CeBIT is well-known as the largest international exhibition for consumer electronics, information, and communications. The keynote theme of CeBIT 2014 is "Datability" -- the ability to process and use vast data resources responsibly and sustainably. More than 3,400 companies from 70 nations exhibited at the show, including IBM, Microsoft, Huawei, Intel, and SAP. About iSoftStone iSoftStone is a leading technology services provider, serving clients worldwide. Its integrated end-to-end "Software & Services" capabilities include Consulting and Solutions, System Integration Services, IT Outsourcing (ITO), and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO). iSoftStone has become a go-to partner in a wide range of key industries, including communications, banking, financial services, insurance, power, energy, environmental protection, transportation, logistics, automotive, manufacturing, retail, e-commerce, and many others.