Infiniti Broadband is getting ready to launch its fixed wireless broadband service and it has signed on Huawei to help get its network off the ground.
Marking one of the first major DOCSIS 3.1 deployments, Huawei said it's partnering with Tele Denmark Communications (TDC) to deploy DOCSIS 3.1-powered 1 Gbps service across TDC's coax network.
Samsung reported a relatively sluggish fourth quarter, as was expected, and analysts said the company's troubles helped pave the way for Huawei to score the biggest gains in the world's smartphone market during the final three months of 2015.
Sprint's network still includes working Huawei equipment despite the carrier's 2013 vow to remove or destroy gear from the Chinese company, according to a LightReading report.
ZTE said it expects to achieve record-breaking revenue and a 43.5 per cent increase in full-year net profit for the year to end-2015.
Huawei cemented its position as the world's third-largest smartphone vendor in 2015, registering 49 per cent growth in shipments year-on-year and breaking the 100 million unit mark for the first time, China-based market research company TrendForce said.
It's the day we've all been waiting for-- well, some of us, at least: the "new" Nokia is set to start operations on Thursday this week, completing the merger with Alcatel-Lucent and launching combined products and services onto the market.
The head of Lenovo's mobile business reportedly said that Google is planning to bring its Android Play Services to China at some point this year.
LAS VEGAS-- A top Huawei executive said the company's prospects in the U.S. mobile infrastructure market could be improving thanks to a range of factors including changing views on network security, market consolidation, and the shifting winds of technological evolution.
Huawei said it shipped 108 million smartphones during 2015 to become the first Chinese manufacturer to ship more than 100 million smartphones annually.