The decision taken by the Trump administration to effectively ban Huawei from the US market has drastically deteriorated already soured diplomatic relations between Washington and Beijing as the rest of the world anxiously looks on.
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Following the announcement of its AI strategy and full-stack, all-scenario AI solutions in 2018, Huawei launched the AI-Native database GaussDB and the highest-performance distributed storage FusionStorage 8.0 today in Beijing.
Chinese telecommunications behemoth Huawei has blasted the United States for issuing an executive order that effectively bans them from operating in the US.
Vodafone, the British Telecom giant, announced Tuesday its losses for the fiscal year which ended in March 2019 of 7.6 billion Euros ($ 8.5 billion).
Ooredoo Myanmar and ZTE Corporation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on 5G network development. The collaboration is one of many components of Ooreedoo Group’s network modernization program and will ensure Myanmar is ready for the “Evolution of 5G”.
Following months of speculation it is now being reported in the United States that President Donald Trump will sign an executive order that will ban US companies from using telecommunications equipment made by Huawei.
ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced that it has showcased a carrier-grade 5G high-precision positioning network equipment in partnership with China Unicom Network Technology Research Institute at Xiong'an 5G Innovation Development Cooperation Conference.
Viavi Solutions Inc. has announced that Interlink Telecom Public Company Limited, a major telecommunication services provider in Thailand, has selected the VIAVI T-BERD®/MTS-4000 V2 Optical Test Platform to support building, certifying, maintaining and troubleshooting the carrier’s fiber optic network.
The market value of SoftBank Group, Uber’s biggest stakeholder, has decreased by $16 billion following Uber’s disappointing initial public offering.
The founder of Chinese tech giant Huawei said that he would “shut the company down” if the Chinese government asked them to eavesdrop on phone call conversations, according to a senior executive.