Articles about Huawei
Huawei's "up to 150Mbps" 4G capable smartphone is headed to the UK next month, but will it be able to make a splash alongside higher profile releases?
While Huawei may be de facto barred from selling U.S. telecoms and technology firms its networking gear, the Chinese company is ramping up its efforts to bring its smartphones to the lucrative market.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei opens up to the media for the first time and shares why New Zealand is one of its most important markets and that it has no part to play in cybersecurity challenges confronting the United States.
Chinese networking giant is gunning for a sales revenue target of US$10 billion in five years' time, which is less rosy when compared with the US$15-billion-by-2015 projection set last year.
Chinese telecom equipment maker is moving its focus from U.S. to Europe, seeing a stronger business case for the continent which it sees as a way to increase its presence in developing markets.
Estimates are lower than previous optimistic targets, which may be indicative of the company's situation with the United States.
Chinese telecommunications company Huawei's Australian chairman John Lord has urged Australia to think of China as an investment partner for IT.
Are we surprised?
Huawei has unveiled a BYOD product for the enterprise built on the AnyOffice mobile client.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei is looking to challenge Apple and Samsung in consumer products by leveraging its dominance in network infrastructure.
Huawei showed off its 4G LTE-equipped Ascend P2 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ZDNet spent a little time with it.
Energy efficiency is critical in IT, which is why gallium nitride innovations are valuable as these help lower power consumption and function as a good power amplifier for applications such as mobile phones and base stations.
Security concerns over the two Chinese telecoms equipment makers are the cause for delays in according them "domestic manufacturer" status in India, despite industry recommendations.
Huawei has unveiled pricing and availability for the 4Afrika Windows Phone device, a handset running on one of the two smartphone platforms the company thinks will dominate the continent's smartphone market.
Chinese vendor brings a customized version of its Ascend W1 smartphone to the continent, and will launch it later this quarter. This is also part of Microsoft's 4Afrika Initiative to boost the region's competitiveness.