LTE in China: What to expect?
If everything goes as planned, LTE will be deployed in more than 340 cities but the focus is in some 100 major markets where demand for wireless broadband is strong. China Mobile wants LTE to cover as many as 300 million people.
Huawei snaffles major LTE deal with Wind
Huawei, the major Chinese operator, has been picked by Italian mobile operator Wind to lead the charge for a €1bn (£854.1m) network based on LTE. As reported by Bloomberg, Wind expects to build the infrastructure, with Huawei and network engineering firm Sirti, for the network over five years.
Is China going to become the number one M2M power?
A new report from Pyramid Research has detailed how China is set to overtake the United States as the world’s largest cellular machine to machine (M2M) market in the coming years.
Research shows importance of developing smartphone market
Two separate pieces of research from Nielsen and Canalys have shown how the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) market is going to explode in terms of smartphone development.
Huawei’s stock goes up and up as 2013 begins
An end of year message from Huawei's acting CEO reveals 2012 sales revenue was in excess of $35bn and a net profit of approximately $2.4bn.
West's perception of China to blame for Huawei & ZTE’s US troubles
The debate over the links they may or may not have to government is largely irrelevant. The reality of doing business in China is that when the state yells 'jump', you jump. Dr Lin Sun, Beijing Correspondent, examines.
Do Huawei and ZTE pose a cyber-espionage risk?
Chinese network equipment manufacturers Huawei and ZTE pose a security threat to the US and should be barred from any mergers or acquisitions in the country, a congressional panel investigation has advised.
Are foreign regulators discriminating against Huawei?
In the week Huawei and ZTE denies being a threat to US national security, is it fair to say Huawei is being discriminated against by overseas regulatory bodies?
Can HTC go for the jugular in Chinese smartphone market?
Even though announcing quarterly figures in the telecoms industry is like a death sentence right now, HTC may look to benefit.
Huawei largest telecom equipment vendor, beats Ericsson
There’s been a sea-change at the top of the telecom equipment vendors market; Chinese manufacturer Huawei posted more sales revenue than Ericsson through Q1 and Q2 of 2012.