Huawei nears €90 billion in sales
Huawei expects to record more than 700 billion yuan sales this year, which converts to about 89.3 billion euros. It would represent year-on-year growth of about 9 per cent.
In recent years, Huawei has faced political sanctions, limiting, for example, Western organizations' access to the Chinese ... Read more
GSMA: European mobile data traffic growth puts pressure on investments
According to the global telecom industry association GSMA, European mobile data traffic will triple over the next four years. This growth will put additional pressure on the investments of European telecom operators. The brache organization ia therefore wondering whether European legislators will c... Read more
Belgian regulator sees no reason for Big Tech to pay for 5G rollout
The Belgian Institute for Postal services and Telecommunications (BIPT) has decided who it thinks should pay for the rollout of high-speed Internet in Europe. With the current knowledge of the matter, it says European telecom providers are able to finance everything on their own.
Foreign large ... Read more
‘Huawei may release 5G smartphones soon’
Huawei may release 5G smartphones again before the end of this year. At least that is the conclusion of an investigation.
Huawei is said to have found a way around the U.S. trade blockade in terms of chips. That's what three independent analysts tell Reuters.
It is said, the company can pro... Read more
Huawei announces advanced “5.5G” network rollout for 2024
Huawei is calling its next innovation "5.5G", a term no other company uses. The Chinese tech giant wants to leverage its 5G muscle in defining the next release of the high speed broadband standard.
This week Huawei announced it will launch a complete set of commercial "5.5G" network equipment in... Read more
Verizon Business opens London 5G Innovation Hub
Verizon Business just opened its London Hub, where it showcases the latest 5G solutions. The hub is aimed at customers in Europe and Asia Pacific, while Verizon Business has to ambition to expand its presence in the regions.
The vendor describes the London Hub as a customisable, modular space, a... Read more
Germany will ban 5G components from Huawei and ZTE
The move is not due to the threat of espionage, but rather to avoid "dependency"
Following a trend set by the US and UK, the German government is now also planning to forbid telecoms operators from using certain components from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE in their 5G networks, according to ... Read more
Deutsche Telecom, Ericsson and Google partner for 5G Edge calling
The three companies have reached a milestone in their joint development 5G Core VoIP project
Deutsche Telekom, Ericsson and Google Cloud have announced a significant milestone in their strategic partnership to bring cloud infrastructure closer to mobile devices at the network edge. This week th... Read more
Nokia and Samsung sign patent license agreement for 5G
Nokia and Samsung have signed a joint patent license agreement for the use of 5G technology.
Nokia said the agreement is the successor to a patent license agreement that expired in December 2022. The new agreement extends the collaboration by several years. Samsung will pay Nokia to use its 5G p... Read more
‘Zero trust high on agenda due to cloud, potential untapped’
The security world has been under the spell of zero trust for some time. Zscaler research now confirms that organizations also see the framework as an ideal tool for securing users, workloads and devices. Cloud migration contributes to this: 91 percent of the organizations have implemented or are i... Read more