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18 Dec 18
Canoe

DONGGUAN, China — The chairman of Huawei challenged the United States and other governments to provide evidence for claims the Chinese tech giant is a security risk as the company launched a public relations effort Tuesday to defuse fears that threaten its role in next-generation communications. Talking to reporters who were invited to Huawei Technologies […]

18 Dec 18
National Post

DONGGUAN, China — The chairman of Huawei challenged the United States and other governments to provide evidence for claims the Chinese tech giant is a security risk as the company launched a public relations effort Tuesday to defuse fears that threaten its role in next-generation communications. Talking to reporters who were invited to Huawei Technologies […]

18 Dec 18
Gadute 360

ZTE Blade A7 Vita, V9 Vita, V9, Axon 9 Pro to Reportedly Launch in India with Competitive Price Tag All four of the phones are expected to launch in India in within this year, and at pricing that could be aggressive. The handsets do not exactly offer anything new over the competition, but do tick […]

18 Dec 18
Market Research Report

Overview of Telecom Outsourcing Market The Telecom Outsourcing market report presents the study of Worldwide Telecom Outsourcing Market facilitating the regional and country wise analysis covering the strategic analysis of each market player and the market share they hold. Get a Sample PDF Report: http://marketresearchvision.com/request-sample/22680 The report takes a dashboard view of an entire Telecom Outsourcing […]

18 Dec 18
Google News

Huawei: We’re still leading the world on 5G, despite political attacks  CNN Czech cyber watchdog calls Huawei, ZTE products a security threat  Reuters China’s Huawei announces small increase in new 5G customer base  CNBC OPINION: Chinese Surveillance Awaits Americans If China Wins Race For Mobile Tech  The Daily Caller Huawei, a global headache, enters 5G trials in India  Times of […]

18 Dec 18
Google News

China’s Huawei announces small increase in new 5G customer base  CNBC Huawei, a global headache, enters 5G trials in India  Times of India Czech cyber watchdog calls Huawei, ZTE products a security threat  Reuters OPINION: Chinese Surveillance Awaits Americans If China Wins Race For Mobile Tech  The Daily Caller Huawei: We’re still leading the world on 5G, despite political […]

18 Dec 18
GadgetMatch

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18 Dec 18
it zone

Nubia will launch its Red Magic gaming smartphone in India on December 20, the company announced on its official Twitter handle. “Enough is enough, it’s time for a new species to take over. It’s time for a complete annihilation,” the company said on the micro-blogging platform. The ZTE sub-brand announced the smartphone in April this year and it is […]

18 Dec 18
CMFE News

Shared Carrier Services Market – Overview A carrier network is an exclusive network infrastructure which belongs to a telecommunications service provider, for instance AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. Telecom carriers are authorized by regulatory agencies to operate telecommunications systems. With the continuous growth of Long Term Evolution capacity and coverage requirements, operators want to introduce Long […]

18 Dec 18
Top Market Research Trends | TMR

Voice application server is an advanced end-to end VOIP (voice over IP) platform. This server is used by network service providers to function simultaneously with other network elements such as routers, gateways, integrated access devices (IADs) and telephones. It can be integrated with internationally used components and systems despite of their location and network protocols. […]

18 Dec 18
Boston Herald
By JOE McDONALD DONGGUAN, China (AP) — The chairman of Huawei challenged the United States and other governments to provide evidence for claims the Chinese tech giant is a security risk as the company launched a public relations effort Tuesday to defuse fears that threaten its role in next-generation communications. Talking to reporters who were invited to Huawei Technologies Ltd.’s headquarters, Ken Hu complained accusations against the biggest global maker of network gear stem from “ideology and geopolitics.” He warned excluding Huawei from fifth-generation networks in Australia and other markets would hurt consumers by raising prices and slowing innovation. Australia and New Zealand have barred Huawei in 5G networks on security grounds. They joined the United States and Taiwan, which have broader curbs on Huawei. Japan’s cybersecurity agency says suppliers including Huawei that are deemed high-risk will be excluded from government purchases. The curbs have had little impact so far on Huawei, which says global sales are on track to top $100 billion this year. But the normally press-shy company’s decision to hold Tuesday’s event appeared to reflect growing concern the accusations could hurt it in an emerging 5G market that industry analysts say could be worth $20 billion a year by 2022. Hu, who appears at industry events but rarely gives interviews, talked for two hours and 20 minutes with American, European and Asian reporters. “If you have proof or evidence, it should be made known,” said Hu. “Maybe not to Huawei and maybe not to the public, but to telecom operators, because they are the ones that buy Huawei.” Huawei, founded in 1987 by a former military engineer, rejects accusations that it is controlled by the ruling Communist Party or designs equipment to facilitate eavesdropping. But foreign officials cite a Chinese law that requires companies to cooperate with intelligence agencies and express concern telecom equipment suppliers might be required to modify products. The emergence of 5G has heightened those fears. The technology is meant to support a vast expansion of telecoms networks to connect self-driving cars, factory robots, medical devices and power plants. That has prompted governments increasingly to view telecoms networks as strategic national assets. “There has never been any evidence that our equipment poses a security threat,” said Hu. He added later, “We have never accepted requests from any government to damage the networks or business of any of our customers.” Hu’s comments echoed previous denials by company spokespeople. But they marked the first time such a senior figure has directly addressed foreign security complaints, underscoring the company’s sensitivity to them. Hu noted a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said Dec. 10 that no law requires companies to modify equipment to permit secret access. “We haven’t received any request to provide improper information,” he said. “In the future, we will also act in strict accordance with the law in dealing with similar situations.” The lack of public evidence to support accusations against Huawei has prompted industry analysts to suggest they are an excuse to shield U.S. or European competitors against the rise of a Chinese challenger. Asked about that, Hu said reducing competition would hamper innovation and raise costs for consumers. Hu cited what he said was a forecast by a research firm, Frontier Economics, that the cost of installing 5G wireless base stations in Australia would be 15 to 40 percent higher without competition from Huawei. He said the total cost could be several billion dollars higher. “You can’t make yourself more excellent by blocking competitors from the playing field,” he said. Despite “efforts to use politics to interfere with industry growth,” Huawei has signed contracts with 25 telecom carriers for commercial or test use of 5G, according to Hu. He said the company has shipped more than 10,000 5G base stations. “We are proud to say that our customers continue to trust us,” he said. Huawei suffered another setback when its chief financial officer was arrested Dec. 1 in Canada in connection with U.S. accusations the company violated restrictions on sales of American technology to Iran. Hu said he couldn’t discuss the Iran accusations because the executive, Meng Wanzhou, is in the midst of court proceedings in Vancouver. Meng, the daughter of Huawei’s founder, Ren Zhengfei, faces possible U.S. charges of lying to a bank to conceal Huawei’s dealings with Iran. However, Hu said Huawei is “very confident in our trade compliance management.” Echoing earlier company statements, he expressed “confidence in the fairness and independence” of courts involved in Meng’s case. Asked whether Meng’s arrest made Huawei executives reluctant to leave China, Hu laughed and said, “There is no impact on our travel plans. At this time yesterday, I was on a plane” returning from Europe. Another Chinese company, ZTE Corp., was nearly forced out of business this year after Washington blocked it from buying U.S. components and technology over its exports to Iran and North Korea. President Donald Trump restored access after ZTE paid a $1 billion fine, replaced its executives and hired U.S.-selected compliance managers. Asked whether Huawei would be hurt if it faced similar curbs, Hu said he couldn’t talk about something that hadn’t happened. But he said the company has a global network of 13,000 suppliers and a “diversified supply strategy” that allowed it cope with Japan’s 2011 tsunami and other disruptions. Huawei is China’s first global tech competitor, making it politically important to a ruling Communist Party that wants to transform the country from a low-wage factory into a leader in fields from robotics to clean energy to biotech. The company has a workforce of 180,000 and China’s biggest corporate research-and-development budget. It operates in 170 countries and dominates developing markets in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Analysts have warned Huawei’s political importance to Beijing would make any U.S. attempt to impose ZTE-style controls an explosive issue. Relations already are strained over Trump’s tariff hikes on billions of dollars of Chinese imports in a fight over complaints Beijing steals or pressures companies to hand over technology. Hu promised repeatedly to expand efforts to respond to “legitimate concerns” from regulators, telecom carriers or the public. “We will step up our efforts in communicating and collaborating with governments around the world,” he said. Huawei has opened centers in Britain, Germany and Canada for governments to test its equipment and software. Its newest “security transparency center” is due to open in Belgium in the first quarter of 2019. Huawei plans to invest $2 billion over the next five years to improve its software development, according to Hu. That follows a report in July by the board that oversees the testing center in Britain that faulted Huawei for weak software engineering. Tuesday’s event for reporters included tours of two research-and-development laboratories at Huawei’s headquarters in Shenzhen, which abuts Hong Kong, and a cybersecurity testing center at a newly built campus in Dongguan, an hour’s drive to the west. The company said it was the first time reporters had been allowed to see those facilities. The cybersecurity lab’s director, Martin Wang, said it has facilities used by customers including Spain’s Telefonica to carry out their own tests on Huawei equipment and software. “We are open to any discussion with customers about how we can improve cybersecurity,” said the company’s director of cybersecurity and privacy, Sean Yang.
18 Dec 18
vyagers

A Czech cyber-security agency on Monday warned against using the software and hardware of China’s Huawei and ZTE companies, saying they posed a threat to state security.

18 Dec 18
Market Research Reports

Summary: A new market study, titled “Worldwide 5G Technology Market Research Report, Analysis, Overview, Trends 2018” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.   Introduction Global 5G Technology Market to reach USD 1,271 billion by 2025. Global 5G Technology Market valued approximately USD XX billion in 2017 is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of […]

18 Dec 18
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Summary WiseGuyReports.com adds “Micro Base Station Market 2018 Global Analysis, Growth, Trends and Opportunities Research Report Forecasting to 2023” reports to its database. This report provides in depth study of “Micro Base Station Market” using SWOT analysis i.e. Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the organization. The Micro Base Station Market report also provides an […]

18 Dec 18
Electronic Devices

The new research from Global QYResearch on Global Telecom Equipment Market Report for 2018 intends to offer target audience with the fresh outlook on market and fill in the knowledge gaps with the help of processed information and opinions from industry experts. The information in the research report is well-processed and a report is accumulated […]

18 Dec 18
Russia News Now

“The true reason behind the US-China ‘trade’ war has little to do with actual trade … What is really at the basis of the ongoing civilizational conflict between the US and China … are China’s ambitions to be a leader in next-generation technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI), which rest on whether or not it […]