Qualcomm has unveiled that it is planning to establish three technology and testing centers in Taiwan which will help in the commercial development of 5G and advanced technologies. The research and design centers will be established in Hsinchu in the north of the country and will be operational in 2019.
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Nokia has announced that it has extended its patent license agreement between Nokia and Samsung, which would otherwise have expired at the end of 2018.
ZTE Corporation reported net profit of RMB 564 million for the third quarter. The company strengthened its cost control, and reduced its sales and management expenses on a year-on-year basis.
In the third quarter, ZTE posted operating revenue of RMB 19.3 billion, and its R&D investment reached RMB 3.47 billion, covering 17.9% of the quarter’s revenue, a year-on-year increase of 6.7%, compared with 11.2% of the same period last year.
Ahead of the 26th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum taking place in Papua New Guinea, the PNG Government through its implementing agency, DataCo with the assistance of the Australian Government, have chosen SES Networks to provide managed data service delivering 6Gbps of high-bandwidth, low-latency connectivity to ensure the venues and all delegates have reliable, high-speed internet access during the conference from October to December 2018.
Japan's mobile telecommunications pioneer, NTT Docomo, reported an increase of about 4% in revenues and net profit in the first half, showing good conditions despite competition.
Chinese telecommunications behemoth ZTE has released its comprehensive ‘5G Network Intelligence White Paper’. Featuring ZTE’s leading technologies in 5G arena and in-depth insights on telecoms development, the white paper aims to address the internal and external challenges that the telecom networks will be confronted with in the 5G era.
China Mobile International Limited (CMI) yesterday announces the launch of its Middle East office in Dubai, further deepening its investment and collaboration with the Middle East.
ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, has announced that it takes the lead in China’s third phase 5G Technology R&D Test.
TE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that it has provided a comprehensive solution for customized wireless network coverage for the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) in partnership with the Guangdong arm of China Mobile.
After the United States and Australia, Canada might be next on the list. US Senators Marco Rubio and Mark Warner have called upon Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to hold off the deployment of 5G network equipment supplied by Huawei.