Huawei

Huawei eyes No.1 spot after shipping 95m smartphones

The Huawei Consumer business unit has had a bit of a boast, claiming to have shipped more than 95 million smartphones across the first six months as it leap-frogs Apple to second place in the market share rankings.

Huawei hits back at Australian paranoia

Huawei has written an open letter to Australian members of Parliament hitting back at the claims the company is a security risk, as it scraps for survival in the 5G race.

Huawei faces 5G ban in Australia over security concerns

Having already been shut out from the country’s National Broadband Network, as well as getting the cold shoulder from tier one operators, the prospect of being locked out of the 5G euphoria in Australia is getting real for Huawei.

ZTE seems to be doomed. Who’s next?

ZTE employs 75,000 people and sold $17 billion of gear last year, but seems to have been wiped out with one stroke of a US regulatory pen. That’s scary.

Huawei gets US probe for suspected Iran naughtiness

Few will be surprised the US government is looking to weaken the already limited position of Huawei in the US, the emergence of a probe from the US Department of Justice is just another stepping stone in US/Chinese tensions.

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