Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker, pleaded not guilty to violations of US sanctions against Iran before a federal judge in Brooklyn at a hearing from which CFO Meng Wanzhou was absent for being in Canada.
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The profiles and personal messages of 364 million users of Chinese social media sites were leaked online, exposing private records such as photos and identity card numbers which were being gathered by the Chinese government through a surveillance program.
Huawei Technologies, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, announced plans to adopt Open Rack in its new public cloud datacenters worldwide. The move is designed to enhance the environmental sustainability of Huawei's new public cloud datacenters by using less energy for servers, while driving operational efficiency by reducing the time it takes to install and maintain racks.
The decision by the Australian government to prevent Huawei from participating in the rollout of 5G networks in the country will significantly increase costs for the country’s telecommunication operators - which in turn will end up hurting end-users.
Tangerine Telecom is one of Australia’s most successful smaller NBN providers - privately owned, yet supported by Vocus Infrastructure.
Chinese telecommunications behemoth Huawei is preparing to take the US government to court in an effort to the challenge the decision taken by the US congress which prohibits federal agencies from using its equipment.
On Friday, Chinese Telecom giant Huawei said it had no intention of mounting a legal case against Australia’s decision to ban the company’s equipment from the 5G network in Australia.
Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou has filed an official complaint against Canadian authorities and has claimed she has suffered a ‘serious breach of her constitutional rights’ as the ongoing saga took another unexpected twist.
A new report from analyst group Dell’Oro showed that Huawei holds 29 per cent of the Telecom equipment market which puts it in a position ahead both Nokia and Samsung. The Chinese vendor’s market share has increased by 8% since 2013.
Australian Foreign Minister Senator Marise Payne thinks that Australia will not change its stance on Huawei.