Huawei and 5G — it's a minefield
New 5G networks for mobile data transmission are mushrooming all over the world. Yet the question of whether Western governments should exclude China's Huawei from operations remains largely unanswered.
Germany rules leave 5G network door open for Huawei
German regulators have released a set of guidelines on network security for companies wanting to help build next-generation 5G infrastructure. The conditions stop short of excluding controversial Chinese telecom Huawei.
Huawei accuses U.S. government of coercing staff
In a news release on Tuesday, smartphone maker Huawei accused Washington of 'coercing' and 'enticing' some of its mid-to-high- level employees and partners into becoming informants for them, along with other allegations.
Cameroon installs Two Thousand CCTV cameras to secure Yaounde
Cameroon has opened a command centre to monitor Huawei-powered surveillance cameras it installed in Yaounde for the purpose of securing the country. The African country has installed 2,000 surveillance cameras in the country with 7,000 more to be installed in the near future.
U.S. slaps duties on steel from Asia in trade enforcement action
The U.S. moved to impose additional duties on steel coming from Asia, expanding a crackdown on what the Trump administration views as unfair trading practices by other countries. The U.S. is also hitting back at Huawei's Constitutional Challenge to Sales Ban.
Trump ban biting Huawei sales
Huawei is preparing for a 40% to 60% drop in international smartphone shipments as the Trump administration’s blacklisting hammers one of the Chinese tech giant’s most important businesses.
U.S. actions against Huawei will accelerate local development long term; MSA Capital
Benjamin Harburg, managing partner at MSA Capital, discusses Huawei’s efforts to fight President Trump’s ban on the company, where he sees the negotiations heading and how other companies may be impacted by the tit-for-tat tensions.
Huawei - Connected & Contested
Huawei made its way onto the global stage by becoming the world's largest provider of networking gear, the number two smartphone maker and one of the biggest proponents of 5G technology. But as the Chinese telecom giant ramped up its plans for global domination, the pushback intensified. Connected and contested, Huawei says it simply wants to guide the world into the next technological revolution.
Huawei Founder Ren Calls Apple His Teacher
Huawei is pushing back against talk that China could target Apple in the trade war, saying there is much to learn from its American rival after overtaking it to become the world's second largest smartphone maker earlier this year. Founder Ren Zhengfei told us why he still considers Apple to be his teacher. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie at Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen.