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#Huawei phone chief wants to get back to making money for Google

#Huawei phone chief wants to get back to making money for Google

| March 29, 2020

Ten months ago Donald Trump effectively banned Huawei from doing business with the US. He placed it on an ‘entity list’, on the grounds that the company’s involvement with networks and technology made it a threat to US national security, a claim Huawei denies. Days later, Google announced it would comply, meaning it would block updates […]

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#Huawei tests if #China is ready to venture out for new phones

#Huawei tests if #China is ready to venture out for new phones

| March 27, 2020

Huawei is banking that the Chinese government’s strict limits on public mobility at the start of the year are beginning to relax, and the country is open for business again. | REUTERS Huawei Technologies Co. is about to test the demand for flagship smartphones in China, and the chief executive officer of its consumer business […]

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Commission calls on streaming services, operators and users to prevent network congestion, discusses issue with European regulators

Commission calls on streaming services, operators and users to prevent network congestion, discusses issue with European regulators

| March 20, 2020

As a result of social distancing measures put in place across Europe to fight the Coronavirus pandemic, the demand for internet capacity has increased, be it for teleworking, e-learning or entertainment purposes. This could put networks under strain at a moment when they need to be operational at the best possible level. In order to […]

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#Huawei, #Ericsson and #Nokia lead in #5G contributions: report

#Huawei, #Ericsson and #Nokia lead in #5G contributions: report

| March 19, 2020

It may be no surprise to 5G standards observers to hear that Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm and China Mobile are in the lead when it comes to 3GPP activities, writes  Monica Alleven. However, Strategy Analytics breaks it down further, showing that Huawei leads in terms of overall contributions to the end-to-end 5G standards, while Ericsson […]

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France to allow some #Huawei gear in its #5G network – sources

France to allow some #Huawei gear in its #5G network – sources

| March 17, 2020

France will authorize the use of some of Huawei’s equipment in the rollout of its 5G network, two sources close to the matter told Reuters, despite US calls to exclude the Chinese telecoms giant from the West’s next-generation communications, write Mathieu Rosemain and Gwénaëlle Barzic. The French cybersecurity agency, ANSSI, is due to tell telecoms […]

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Digital trends spark surge in European patent applications

Digital trends spark surge in European patent applications

| March 13, 2020

Patent statistics published  by the European Patent Office (EPO) show that patent applications in digital technologies saw a sharp rise in 2019. According to the EPO Patent Index 2019, applications in digital communication in particular have grown faster than any other sector, marking a 19.6% increase on 2018. For the first time in more than […]

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#Huawei – Cybersecurity : ‘Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind’

#Huawei – Cybersecurity : ‘Suspicion always haunts the guilty mind’

| March 12, 2020

I have been advising Huawei for a number of years. Over that time I have been struck by the reluctance to adopt a fact-based approach to discussions about the company, writes Dick Roche. The scorched earth approach of the current US administration is dangerous, foolhardy and illustrates a breadth taking double standard. Shakespeare’s observation that […]

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