Articles about Huawei
Latest sports sponsorship highlights importance of New Zealand market access to controversial company.
Huawei is hoping for an uptick in the growth of its smartphone business over the next five years, even as some of its networking rivals abandon the space.
Huawei won't buy out smartphone makers to augment its market share, opting instead to depend on its own innovation, says senior vice president Chen Lifang.
Within a handful of APAC countries, the networking giant is banking on the relative maturity of Singapore's IT infrastructure and a strong pool of customers and partners, and India where ICT investment is large.
Huawei, Microsoft, and Facebook weigh in on the dangers of a draft Bill before New Zealand's parliament.
With an attractive and very slim design, a decent mid-range specification and a good price, the Ascend P6 has a lot going for it, although you may not like all of Huawei's tweaks to the Android interface.
Huawei intends to introduce commercial 5G networks by 2020, a service touted as "100 times faster" than current fourth generation networks.
Friday afternoon is the typical time for outbursts against the Australian Broadcasting Corporation before heading off to G&T time, and this week, Huawei has stepped up to attack the ABC over its lack of Android support.
The U.S. market may be a "disappointment" to the Asian firm, but it hasn't stopped Huawei from trying to tap into the lucrative enterprise sphere.
TalkTalk's HomeSurf filter was lauded by the UK PM last week. But its links to Huawei and issues around censorship have caused some consternation.
Chinese networking giant increases paychecks of lower-level employees by 30 percent, putting it in an even better position--against local rival ZTE--to recruit new talents.
Chinese telecoms gear maker is on track to achieve its goal of 10 percent growth for 2013 after "robust growth" in the first half, and expects to book a net profit of 7-8 percent for the year.
The Chinese telecoms giant picks India for its first overseas Huawei Club, which will serve as a feedback channel, hold customer engagement activities, and promote its new smartphone user interface Emotion UI.
The review was confirmed after a parliamentary report raised concerns that security testers working at the Oxfordshire cybersecurity center were paid by Huawei.
On the back of LTE's growing acceptance, the trend of network technologies taking five years to gain traction means 5G likely will see mainstream adoption by 2020.