A state-run Chinese tabloid newspaper has written a strongly-worded editorial in which it has condemned the actions of Poland in the arrest of Huawei executive Wang Weijing in Warsaw.
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South Korean smartphone behemoth Samsung is projecting a sharp decrease in operating profit for Q4 2018, following a significant decline in smartphones sales in China.
Chinese telecommunications behemoth Huawei has moved swiftly to terminate the contract of an employee who has been arrested in Poland amidst claims he was spying for China.
Embattled Chinese telecommunication vendors Huawei and ZTE have received a welcome reprieve following the news that two Spanish operators are planning on using them for forthcoming 5G pilots.
The very public ongoing saga involving the controversial arrest of Huawei CFO, Meng Wanzhou, has taken a fresh twist following reports that she is believed to have much closer ties to the two Iranian companies at the centre of the investigation being conducted by the US Department of Justice.
SoftBank is scaling back plans for fresh investment in shared-office provider WeWork, slashing a multi-billion-dollar injection in the loss-making company. The Japanese tech giant is in negotiations to put just $2 billion into the US firm.
Chinese telecommunication vendor Huawei has unveiled the industry's first data center switch built for the Artificial Intelligence (AI) era, which has been named as the ‘CloudEngine 16800’, at its network product launch event for Spring 2019 themed "A CloudEngine Built for the AI Era".
Chinese telecommunication vendors ZTE and Huawei have both endured a difficult number of years in the US marketplace – and their issues have multiplied during the Trump administration.
Indian operator Reliance Communications has made a partial payment of $18.6m to Ericsson in an effort to defuse their ongoing dispute after the Swedish vendor had called for the imprisonment of its chairman Anil Ambani after the company’s failure to pay the entirety of the services charges owed.
Huawei is cooperating with the Japanese government and bolstering purchases of parts in Japan to ease concerns that its products could be used in espionage or cyber-attacks by Beijing.