Huawei's top executive in Europe brushed off Western critics and defended the company's track record against accusations that it could serve as front for Chinese spying.
German software behemoth SAP has stunned staff by announcing that it will cut 3,000 jobs as part of a €1bn restructuring plan after profits stagnated in 2018.
Pakistan’s Minister of ITT (Information Technology & Telecommunications) H.E. Khalid Maqbool Sidiqui, has praised the significant role Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei has played in its ICT development.
A Chinese ambassador has leapt to the defense of under-fire telecommunications behemoth Huawei in an interview with the Financial Times.
Ericsson has unveiled the next steps in the evolution of cellular IoT and launched new solutions that will enable service providers to address a larger part of the IoT market with diverse use cases across verticals including automotive, manufacturing, and utilities.
OPPO, a global smartphone brand, has opened its second regional hub within the UAE and will make Dubai its new center for operations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Nokia Corporation has posted its financial report for Q4 and full year 2018. The complete financial report for Q4 and full year 2018 with tables is available at www.nokia.com/financials. Investors should not rely on summaries of our financial reports only, but should review the complete financial reports with tables.
Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei has announced that it will unveil its foldable smartphone that will be powered by a 5G modem at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next month.
Ericsson has launched a new Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based managed services offering for communications service providers – the Ericsson Operations Engine. The solution is an end-to-end managed services operating model that, through Artificial Intelligence, automation, and the power of data, reimagines network and IT operations, network design and optimization, and applications development and maintenance.
Open Fiber, the sole wholesale-only player in the Italian broadband market, selected Nokia for a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) rollout that will bring ultra-broadband services to the small towns and rural areas of Italy.