SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei today announced that it has been rated as a top supplier for Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) solutions for the second consecutive year by leading telecoms operators, according to a 2014 survey conducted by analyst firm Current Analysis.
NEW DELHI: Huawei Technologies, one of the world’s top five smartphone makers, has vowed to strongly protect its intellectual property, warning handset makers against potential infringements on its patents on technologies such as 4G, amid an increasing number of patent disputes in India ending up in lawsuits. “In 4G, the largest percentage of essential patents belongs to us,” P Sanjeev, director of device sales at Huawei India, told ET on Wednesday. “As much as we respect others IPR (intellectual property rights), we will do anything that it takes to protect our own patents as well.”
With the server market’s rapid growth and the China government’s aggressive efforts to build up the country’s server industry, China-based server brand vendors have all seen their annual shipment growths surpassing 50% in the past few years. As Lenovo completed the acquisition of IBM’s server business in September of 2014, Digitimes Research expects the strong growth to continue in 2015.
Chinese ICT solutions provider Huawei showcased its vision of “Building a Better Connected World” at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2014 in Doha, Qatar held on December 7-10, 2014. During the event, the company outlined a more convenient and smarter lifestyle featuring futuristic 5G connectivity technologies, ubiquitous broadband connectivity, and connected smart cities and smart homes, the Chinese ICT giant said in a statement.
Huawei and Red Hat have announced a new global partnership to enable OpenStack based cloud deployments. In a statement, the Chinese ICT giant said that Huawei and Red Hat, the open source leader, aim to accelerate collaboration around OpenStack for Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) required by Communication Service Providers (CSPs) through this partnership.
BEIJING, Dec. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Black Lotus, a leading Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection service provider to provide enterprises with professional and efficient anti-DDoS products and services that address the challenges of new DDoS attack types. The partnership will focus on research and development (R&D) in cyber defense technology and marketing.
Huawei’s product and solution CTO Li Sanqi revealed that the company has reached a close cooperation with three major South Korean telecom companies, SK Telecom, KT, and LG Uplus, for the research and development of fifth-generation network services. During the closing ceremony of Startup Nations Summit 2014 held in Seoul, Li said that Huawei will work together with telecom service suppliers to develop a stable 5G network.
The days of personal computers (PCs) and laptops may be numbered. “The PC is already on its way out; laptops have started to disappear,” said Barry Lerner, South Pacific regional chief information officer of Huawei Australia. “We’re going into the small (mobile) devices, and the tablets. Businesses and customers will start to utilize cloud.”
About 400 attendees gathered at the summit to discuss and explore security and information and communication technology approaches to support smart and safe cities. “A smart and safe city system helps to improve incident prevention, enables efficient processing, supports investigations, and enhances national security.” said Zhang Hongxi, Huawei’s vice president of Northern Latin America region.
Earlier today, a story originating on the 21st Century Business Herald went viral on Chinese tech media, reporting that Huawei and ZTE sent letters to Xiaomi, Oppo, and Vivo accusing them of patent infringement. Tech in Asia contacted Xiaomi and Oppo for a statement. Xiaomi says it never received such a letter. Additionally, Huawei’s head of intellectual property, Jason Ding, refuted the rumor on his Weibo account, confirming Huawei did not send the letter.
Chinese telecom device maker Huawei will reportedly build a research and development center in South Korea. According to reports in South Korean local media, this move aims to more effectively enter the South Korean domestic market and acquire technologies related to smartphones in South Korea.
Chinese telecom device maker Huawei promised that they will provide EUR5 million, which is about USD6.3 million, to the 5G innovation center of University of Surrey, aiming to promote research and testing of next-generation data transmission standards. The goal of the 5G innovation center of University of Surrey is to implement 5G technology application testing in the real world.
SingTel and Huawei announced the plan at the 2014 Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBB Forum) held in Shanghai, China. MBB is supported by the China Academy of Telecommunication Research of MIIT, GSMA and Huawei. The new program will serve as a research hub that aims to advance development of 5G mobile broadband technologies.
Chinese networking vendor Huawei claims to have built a SuperVector prototype that provides up to three times the bandwidth over copper lines of standard VDSL2 vectoring. Vectoring utilises noise-cancelling technology to reduce interference that would otherwise harm data signal transmission. The technology greatly improves performance over shorter copper runs where the entire cable sheath is managed by one device to control the interference between the line pairs.
Chinese telecom solutions provider Huawei, together with AIS, a Thailand-based mobile operator, has announced the deployment of the Huawei Active Antenna Unit (AAU)-based Easy MacroTM solution in Thailand. The solution will be deployed across the AIS network, with an aim to build the best Mobile Broadband (MBB) network in Thailand and enhance user experiences. Over the last few years, MBB has developed rapidly in Thailand, mainly driven by the high penetration of smartphones and tablets.
During the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in China on Monday, the Azerbaijan branch of VTB Bank announced it has hired Chinese technology company Huawei Technologies to upgrade its facilities. Huawei is considered a global leader in information and communication technology solutions. Andrey Kostin, the president and chairman of VTB’s management board, and Meng Wanzhou, the executive board director at Huawei Technologies, signed and finalized the agreement.
Under the contract Huawei ‘s ‘Per-Service-Per-User’ approach will be used to ensure optimum quality and superior experience for Etisalat ‘s customers. This contract is a result of both parties’ commitment to intensify their corporate alignment and partnership towards delivering innovative solutions in Customer Experience Management (CEM) area. As part of this strategic cooperation, Huawei has engaged with several other Etisalat Opcos such as but not limited to:
Huawei Enterprise USA is partnering with the Washington Redskins to deploy its Agile Stadium Solution that will allow fans in the stadium to access the Internet. Reports claim the installation of the network will be completed by the end of this year. Fed Ex Field has 85,000 seats and is one of the biggest stadiums in the National Football League (NFL), according to official reports. With the new Wi-Fi network, fans will be able to access mobile apps, watch videos and even share their game experience via social media sites.
SINGAPORE, Nov. 3, 2014 (ANTARA/PRNewswire) — Huawei today announced that it has been honored with the Software-defined Networking (SDN) solution award and the Rising Star in Data Storage and Management award at the 2014 NetworkWorld Asia Readers’ Choice Product Excellence Awards, held at Singapore’s Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel. The annual awards event recognizes leading vendors for the innovative technologies and solutions they provide to Asia businesses, and the occasion marks the first time Huawei has been recognized.
LAGUNA BEACH, Calif.—Huawei Technologies Co., which has been effectively shut out of the U.S. telecommunications-equipment market on security concerns, hopes that investments in advanced technology will help the Chinese company eventually break through. “It will take a longer time than it took in Europe and Asia for entering the U.S. market,” Huawei Senior Vice President Chen Lifang said at the WSJD Live global technology conference Wednesday. “My confidence comes from advanced technologies” like fifth generation, or 5G, mobile technology, optical networking, cloud computing and big data, she added.