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  • Huawei pours $250K in RMIT for future hires

    Networking vendor Huawei has contributed $250,000 to training facilities at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) as part of its memorandum of understanding with the Victorian university.

  • Joyce met with Huawei CEO in China

    Minister Steven Joyce says he met with the Huawei CEO when he was visiting Shenzhen as part of an ICT trade mission to China last month.

  • Huawei weighs local iPad competitor

    The iPad will likely face Android-based competition in the local tablet market by Christmas.
    Speaking at the launch of another of his company’s devices – the Ideos smartphone which will be offered here by 2Degrees – Asia Pacific director of marketing and product planning Alan Wong said the S7 tablet could be launched locally before the end of the year.
    Wong said Huawei was in talks with distributors and channel partners here about the S7 tablet, one of which is understood to be 2Degrees.
    The Ideos smartphone's local launch price will be $379.

  • Huawei highlights claim to UFB network

    Telco vendor Huawei is holding a three-day event in Auckland ahead of the government’s decision on who it will partner with in the $1.5 billion Ultra Fast Broadband network.

  • Palm rumoured to be courting buyers

    According to a report in the Bloomberg news service, floundering handset maker Palm is shopping itself to prospective buyers that may include Taiwanese rival HTC and Lenovo.

  • Telstra teams with Ericsson for LTE broadband trial

    Telstra is to shortly begin trials of Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology, including offerings from Huawei, Nokia Siemens Networks and Ericsson, as it seeks to test the feasibility and technical capability of LTE as a way to deliver the next generation of mobile broadband to its customers.

  • Huawei plans to manufacture in India

    Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies plans to start having some equipment manufactured in India, a company spokesman said on last week. The company also plans to invest US$500 million over the next five years to expand its research and development (R&D) facility in Bangalore.

  • Huawei cashes in on NZ telco investment

    Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei has boosted its New Zealand revenue by more than 500% as a result of unbundling and mobile network investment.

  • Huawei moves up in networking's big leagues

    Huawei Technologies became the third-biggest seller of mobile infrastructure in the world in the first quarter, further expanding its worldwide role on the strength of sales both inside and outside its native China.