Huawei sells off budget phone brand as US pressure bites
Chinese telecom giant Huawei announced Tuesday it has sold its Honor budget phone line to a domestic consortium in a move it said was necessary to keep the brand alive amid "tremendous" supply chain pressures caused by US sanctions.
Canada to resume hearings on extradition of Huawei exec
Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou faces a new round of extradition hearings starting Monday in Vancouver, as the two-year anniversary of her arrest by Canadian authorities approaches.
24DNL signs partnership agreement with Huawei
Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, recently signed a partnership agreement with 24 Data Networks Limited (24DNL), an innovative ICT company positioned to help companies and enterprises optimise existing technology assets, deploy and manage 21st-century robust data networks for multi-modal operations. As part of the agreement,…
Nigerian students, others qualify for global final of Huawei ICT competition
Students from Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, and South Africa have come out tops in the Huawei Sub-Saharan Africa ICT Competition. Teams from these four countries, along with counterparts from Kenya, Lesotho, Mauritius and Zambia have qualified to compete with students from around the world in the Global Final, which will be held online this year, from…
Huawei exec accuses US of misleading Canada in extradition case
Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and her lawyers returned to a Canadian court on Monday to press for her release, arguing that the United States, by omitting key facts, blatantly misled Canada about her alleged crimes to secure her arrest.
Huawei releases OS source code in push for own ecosystem
Chinese telecom giant Huawei on Thursday said its nascent homegrown operating system could be available on smartphones early next year, as it pushes to build an alternative app ecosystem after the US barred it from using Google's Android.
GSMA reveals progress on network equipment security assurance scheme
The GSMA has announced that the world’s leading mobile network equipment vendors, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia and ZTE, have successfully completed an assessment of their product development and lifecycle management processes using the GSMA’s Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS). The NESAS scheme is a collaboration and jointly led by 3GPP and the GSMA, and is…
After Huawei, spotlight on China's role in UK nuclear power
After Britain ordered the phased removal of Huawei from its 5G network, attention has now switched to China's role in other areas of the UK, particularly its involvement in key nuclear power projects.