The Administrative Court of Appeal in Stockholm, Sweden announced on Wednesday that it has rejected an appeal from Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei, upholding a ruling by a lower court that banned Huawei from selling 5G mobile network infrastructure in the country.
The German division of leading Chinese tech firm Xiaomi has reached a partnership with telecommunications giant Vodafone, Xiaomi’s statement on Monday showed.
According to posts by two Chinese digital bloggers on May 14, Huawei's new product launch event is expected to be held on May 23, during which laptops, office products and IoT items will be released.
Following a series of setbacks, Huawei is casting its net wide to determine where its future core strengths will lie.
Chinese consumer electronics and telecom giant Huawei held a launch conference for the release of seven products for online smart offices.
On Friday, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi announced in an internal email that two executives left the company for personal reasons.
Chinese telecommunications and electronics giant Huawei released six new data storage products on Wednesday, which will help customers build safer, more reliable and more efficient databases.
Several payslips from Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.'s Data Center Energy Corps were exposed on the Internet. The payslips were from the month of November 2021.
China Mobile Ltd., the country’s largest wireless carrier by revenue, has received approval from regulators to undergo a public listing in Shanghai after being removed from the New York Stock Exchange.
Huawei is reportedly planning to license its mobile smartphone design to some third-party brands as a result of U.S. sanctions.
She Xiaoli, chief functional safety expert at Huawei's automotive business unit, will join NIO as an in-house expert in algorithm research.
On November 3, Qinghai Unicom and Huawei jointly completed the commercialization of the world's first outdoor F5G OptiX SuperSite solution in Dagaoling Village, Huangyuan County, Qinghai Province.
News emerged that Chinese telecom giant Huawei was in advanced talks to sell its x86 server business. Huawei declined to comment on the report.
On October 19, Borge Eckholm, President and CEO of Ericsson, revealed that the company's revenue from the Chinese market plummeted by 74% in the third quarter.
Although Huawei and SMIC were included on the U.S. trade blacklist, they still obtained U.S. technology and goods export licenses worth billions of dollars from November last year to April this year.