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Huawei looks to ship 60 million smartphones this year
Why the US needs Huawei more than Huawei needs the US
Big Tech: Spies or No Spies, U.S. Companies Should Fear Huawei

Huawei's Smartphone Sales Eclipse Nokia, RIM

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China’s Huawei Technologies Co. has jumped ahead of Nokia Corp., HTC Corp. and Research In Motion Ltd. in the world-wide smartphone race, but steep challenges remain for the telecommunications firm as it pursues a bigger role around the world. Huawei, a Shenzhen-based manufacturer of telecom equipment that has aggressively pushed...
Huawei's Smartphone Sales Eclipse Nokia, RIM

EU investigation could affect business from China's 4G deployment

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The European Union may be trying to protect its telecom equipment industry with its recent threat to investigate China over networking equipment imports. But the move could end up hurting the chances of Western vendors intent on supplying technology to China's upcoming 4G services launch, according to analysts.Last week,...
EU investigation could affect business from China's 4G deployment
China's Efforts To Rapidly Build Its 4G Network Is A Boon For Struggling Telecom Gear Makers

U.S. Writes Its Worries About Buying IT Gear From China Into Law

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The U.S. government officially remains concerned about the possibility of cyber attacks from China. And it has quietly imposed new restrictions on the information technology gear that certain branches of the government buy. According to a pretty detailed report from Reuters, a provision of the government’s latest spending law requires...
U.S. Writes Its Worries About Buying IT Gear From China Into Law

EU investigation could affect business from China's 4G deployment

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The European Union may be trying to protect its telecom equipment industry with its recent threat to investigate China over networking equipment imports. But the move could end up hurting the chances of Western vendors intent on supplying technology to China's upcoming 4G services launch, according to analysts....
EU investigation could affect business from China's 4G deployment

China's secretive networking giant Huawei weighs an IPO

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Telecom infrastructure powerhouse Huawei has reached out to investment banks about a possibility of publicly listing its stock on an international exchange, according to reports from the Wall Street Journaland Reuters. While the news agencies’ sources said no final decision has been made, an initial public offering (IPO) could help...
China's secretive networking giant Huawei weighs an IPO

Samsung Reports A Record $6.6 Billion In Profit For Last Quarter

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Samsung posted a record profit in its Q4 2012 earnings, the company reported today. Here's the scorecard, according to WSJ: Net profit of 7.04 trillion won ($6.6 billion) Profit rose 76% from a year earlier. Mobile and telecom equipment accounted for 62% of Samsung's operating profit. Profit margin in cellphones...
Samsung Reports A Record $6.6 Billion In Profit For Last Quarter

A Ring and a Prayer for Telecom-Equipment Makers

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China's Huawei is moving into smartphones and network equipment, and while the likes of Apple and Cisco have cash and an edge in technology and brand recognition, investors in those sectors should listen carefully....
A Ring and a Prayer for Telecom-Equipment Makers

ZTE invests an extra $30m to boost R&D operations and infrastructure in the US

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ZTE has announced today that it will invest a further $30 million dollars in the United States in a bid to work with more partners and develop techonologies related to the telecommunications industry. The Chinese manufacturer hopes that this new injection of funds will help to improve and further integrate...
ZTE invests an extra $30m to boost R&D operations and infrastructure in the US

Huawei's Ally: IBM

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Congressional critics allege Huawei Technologies Co. relied on state support and stolen technology to become the world’s second-largest provider of telecom equipment. Another factor has been crucial to Huawei’s rise, say the Chinese company’s executives: IBM. Huawei has long denied claims of bad behavior. But its practices have risen to...
Huawei's Ally: IBM

Obama's Still Clobbering Romney In Silicon Valley — But Romney's Picking Up Some Support

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Presidential candidate Barack Obama, his Blackberry always close at hand, was the darling of the technology world and it rewarded him with generous donations to his 2008 campaign. Although he is still raising far more money there than current Republican rival Mitt Romney, Obama in 2012 is finding Silicon Valley...
Obama's Still Clobbering Romney In Silicon Valley — But Romney's Picking Up Some Support

REPORT: White House Finds China's Huawei Is Risky, But Not Because Of Spying

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A White House-ordered review of security risks posed by suppliers to U.S. telecommunications companies found no clear evidence that Huawei Technologies Ltd had spied for China, two people familiar with the probe told Reuters. Instead, those leading the 18-month review concluded early this year that relying...
REPORT: White House Finds China's Huawei Is Risky, But Not Because Of Spying
Congressional report labels Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE threats to national security

Beijing, EU Tangle Over Telcom

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Beijing is pressing the EU not to start a trade investigation into China's telecom-equipment makers that could spark a trade war....
Beijing, EU Tangle Over Telcom

Why America Is Really Worried About Huawei

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Concerns about the potential for a national security threat posed by the Chinese networking concern Huawei have been simmering at a low intensity for some time. They burst out into the full glare of publicity today with the release of a report by the House Intelligence Committee saying that Huawei...
Why America Is Really Worried About Huawei

China's Going To Build Massive 4G Mobile Networks--Snubbing European Companies In The Process

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STOCKHOLM/PARIS (Reuters) - Chinese telecom operators will start awarding contracts for super-fast mobile networks this year, kicking off the third wave of a global investment cycle that is reshaping the competitive landscape among telecom equipment makers. China, the world's biggest mobile market with 1.1 billion subscribers, is likely to further...
China's Going To Build Massive 4G Mobile Networks--Snubbing European Companies In The Process

ZTE Is Betting On China's Nascent 4G Network To Bolster Its Flagging Profitability

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ZTE is honing in on increased investment in 4G networks by China’s major telecom operators as it struggles to catch up with domestic rival Huawei Technologies, reports Reuters. ZTE and Huawei are expected to compete for most 4G network contracts with China’s three major carriers (China Mobile, China Unicom, and...
ZTE Is Betting On China's Nascent 4G Network To Bolster Its Flagging Profitability

HTC's 603e shows up in Chinese database, ready to step in for One SU

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Another day, another new phone pops up in China's telecom equipment certification database. This time it's an HTC Android 4.1 phone dubbed the 603e, and judging by the specs, it seems to be a follow-up to the One SU with WCDMA radio in China: 4.3-inch 800 x 480 display,...
HTC's 603e shows up in Chinese database, ready to step in for One SU

Huawei and ZTE speak out after US government report labels them unsafe

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Chinese telecommunications equipment makers Huawei and ZTE are in full damage control mode after a controversial report from a US congressional intelligence committee recommended that companies and government departments avoid doing business with them due to national security concerns. Huawei Huawei, the world’s number two maker of telecom equipment and...
Huawei and ZTE speak out after US government report labels them unsafe

ZTE targets India as it reveals plans to launch five new smartphones in the country

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ZTE, the Chinese firm that makes telecom equipment and mobile devices, is stepping up its presence in India after announcing that it will begin to sell its smartphones direct to consumers in the country for the first time. The company has inked a deal with Pune-based Calyx Telecommunications, which will distribute the...
ZTE targets India as it reveals plans to launch five new smartphones in the country

Nokia said to buy out Siemens stake in joint telecom equipment venture

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Nokia is poised to buy out German partner Siemens for its 50 percent share of their joint Nokia Siemens Networks telecom equipment business, report Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal. The Finnish cellphone maker is expected to pay less than €2 billion ($2.6 billion), using short-term debt to finance...
Nokia said to buy out Siemens stake in joint telecom equipment venture
Samsung posts record $6.6B net profit for Q4 2012

EU probe could could slow European vendors supplying tech for China's 4G deployment

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The European Union may be trying to protect its telecom equipment industry with its recent threat to investigate China over networking equipment imports. But the move could end up hurting the chances of Western vendors intent on supplying technology to China's upcoming 4G services launch, according to analysts....
EU probe could could slow European vendors supplying tech for China's 4G deployment

Softbank grants US government the right to approve a director for Sprint, should takeover bid succeed

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Amid security concerns over the cross-border takeover of Sprint Nextel by Softbank, the Tokyo-based company has agreed to give the U.S. federal government the right to approve a director it will nominate to Sprint’s board. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal (spotted first by The Verge), the director,...
Softbank grants US government the right to approve a director for Sprint, should takeover bid succeed

Huawei Sees Profit Rising 30%

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China's Huawei Technologies predicted its profit would rise 30% for last year despite tough conditions in the telecom-equipment industry....
Huawei Sees Profit Rising 30%

Nokia to Buy Out Siemens From Joint Venture

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Nokia agreed to pay €1.7 billion ($2.21 billion) to buy Siemens out of its 50% stake in a telecom-equipment joint venture between the two companies....
Nokia to Buy Out Siemens From Joint Venture

Ericsson's human USB cable concept could come next year

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The Connected Me concept is Ericsson's latest attempt to get away from the perception that it's more than a telecom equipment supplier. [Read more]...
Ericsson's human USB cable concept could come next year
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