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.
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.
Will China Mobile offer fiber-to-the-home?
This isn't a typo: within a year, people in China could apply for fiber-to-the-home service from China Mobile.
European Commission vs. China: "unlikely to turn to real havoc"
It will be interesting to see how the Chinese government reacts to the EU's charges which I believe will be restrained albeit a few rounds of ruckus.
Why is China taking so long to implement 4G?
Despite numerous LTE tests across China, predicting when the first commercial 4G networks will become active is a difficult and frustrating game, says our Beijing Correspondent Dr Lin Sun.
The ups and downs of China.com
In the midst of economic downturn, the Internet is reveling in a mind-boggling boom in China: with huge numbers of customers that are the envy of online merchants and service providers around the world; and their spending keeps growing.
Huawei grabs 2012 by the horns
Huawei faces more obstacles than most technology firms in its efforts to decisively break into the US consumer smart devices market. So what is the outlook for the Chinese manufacturer?
What is China’s outlook for an LTE 2012?
What does the coming year hold for the many stakleholders waiting to see how LTE will develop in China? Beijing Correspondent Dr Lin Sun examines the various factors involved.
Beijing Correspondent: China's journey into the broadband elite
The race is on to deliver fibre-optic broadband to households around China. But the road is beset on all sides by challenges and the targets will be tough to attain. Our Beijing correspondent Dr Lin Sun reports on China's progress into the broadband elite.
What do we really know about Huawei?
It appears nothing can stop Huawei’s progress; despite an inquiry by the US Congress to investigate any possibility of Chinese government sponsored “espionage”. It's not the first time terms like that have been leveled at the firm, but what do we really know about Huawei?