Chinese smartphone firm Huawei is leading the worldwide active 5G-ready devices market with a share of 26.9% globally during the fourth quarter of 2020, but with Samsung and other device manufacturers nipping at its heels, according to a new report.
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Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei has brushed aside “constant external pressures” and says that despite the pressure it is still forging ahead in the global 5G market, with latest data showing its 5G products are “winning the majority of 5G contracts with operators around the world”.
Chinese tech giant Lenovo Group has announced group revenue in the third quarter reached a record high of US$14.1 billion, marking the tenth consecutive year-on-year quarter of growth.
Chinese visitors from China’s Hubei province will not be able to attend the GSMA MWC Barcelona event to be held in Barcelona later this month due to restrictions on access now imposed by the GSMA due to concerns over the spread of the coronavirus.
The United States blacklisting of Chinese telecom giant Huawei Technologies, barring the company from doing business with US tech companies, will not significantly impact the company’s revenues as it generates less than 1% of revenue from the US, says analytics firm GlobalData.
Ericsson says the move towards commercial Spectrum Sharing continues to gather pace with a 5G smartphone from Chinese manufacturer OPPO now added to its 5G ecosystem, and successfully tested with a transglobal 5G data call in live commercial 5G networks involving Telstra, Qualcomm Technologies and Swissscom.
Software development and operations outfit GitLab is yet to make any announcement about a proposal it had floated recently, to avoid hiring Russian and Chinese nationals as site reliability engineers or support engineers.
Five G is Australia’s last chance to deliver universal high-speed broadband to all Australians, according to Chinese telco giant Huawei, which says that Australia is already being left far behind in the global race to deliver 5G technology.
The global PC market, inclusive of desktops, notebooks and workstations, grew 4.7% in the third quarter of this year to 79.9 million units, recording the best growth performance since the first quarter, according to a new analyst report.
The Southeast Asian smartphone market grew modestly in Q2 2019 – and by 2% year on year - with 30.7 million units shipped during the quarter, reversing several quarters of decline, according to a new analyst report.
Private investment firm Bain CapitalBain Capital has announced the merger of ChinData, a leading Chinese operator of campus-style, hyperscale data centres, and Bridge Data Centres, a wholesale and custom build data centre company,
Chinese smartphone vendor OPPO has announced the launch of its “world first” travelling 5G powered smart hotel — The OPPO 5G Hotel — following the launch of the OPPO Reno 5G smartphone in Australia.
Qualcomm Technologies and Chinese telcommunications equipment provider ZTE Corporation have demonstrated 5G-powered cloud gaming on a live 5G network, utilising cloud gaming solutions from Tencent Instant Play on 5G smartphones from OnePlus, Vivo, Xiaomi and ZTE.
Chinese automotive component manufacturer Wanxiang has partnered with global privacy-preserving computing network PlatON to co-develop the data infrastructure for China’s largest smart city project in Hangzhou, slated for completion by 2025.
Global spending on automated home devices is expected to reach US$75 billion by 2025, up from US$23 billion in 2018, with much of that growth driven by two types of devices - smart thermostats and smart speakers.
Government approvals for American semiconductor firms to hire Chinese citizens for advanced engineering jobs have been slowed down, a report says, adding that this is preventing industry from gaining access to much-needed talent.
Chinese mobile payments provider Alipay has partnered with online food and travel marketplace HarkHark in a deal offering restaurants around Australia a mobile "scan to order" platform and free menu translation service, to enable them to more effectively reach Chinese visitors.
Chinese brands Huawei and Xiaomi are driving the growth of the global smartphone market at the expense of declining Samsung marketshare and flat sales for Apple which is facing a saturated premium smartphone market for its products.
Stating the move "significantly expands driver earning potential" for Australian DiDi driver-partners as it delivers access to thousands of Chinese DiDi users in Australia, Chinese DiDi roaming has arrived.
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