Huawei Said to Lose Out on U.S. Assets Despite Higher Offers

Bloomberg: Huawei Technologies Co. failed to reach agreements to buy two U.S. assets last month, even though the Chinese phone-equipment maker offered at least $100 million more in each case, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

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Huawei, ZTE Banned From 5G Rollout In Australia

The already soured relations between Australia and China turned bitter with Australia yesterday banning Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd and ZTE Corporation from participating in the upcoming rollout of 5G mobile networks.

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SunnyZ2145d ago

If we are to go by the NBN rollout.
Glad the Chinese were locked out of 5G.
Us Aussies would not want to tarnish their name any more.
Holy crap NBN was and still is a national disaster.
Can't possibly imagine how poorly 5G will go.


CeBIT 2017 Interview: David Hoelscher discusses NB-IOT

Darryl Linington from Tech IT Out writes: "At CeBIT 2017, Huawei Technologies clearly had the largest presence on the showroom floor. Not only did the company have an impressively built stand, which covered 3500 square metres and included fully functionally boardrooms, but it also went as far as to showcase a plethora of technology relating to the Internet of Things (IoT) While the Huawei CeBIT stand was indeed impressive, the IoT innovations on show were even more impressive."

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Huawei MediaPad M3 and Nova Plus available in Malaysia now

The Huawei MediaPad M3 and Nova Plus which were introduced at IFA 2016 are now available at all Huawei Authorized Dealers!