Saturday, 18 August 2018

T-Mobile US accuses Huawei of theft

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Monday 08 September 14

Chinese vendor sued for allegedly stealing technology used in operator's handset-testing robot; telco cancels future handset purchases.

T-Mobile US is suing Huawei for allegedly stealing technology it uses in a specially developed phone-testing robot. According to a lawsuit filed last week in a Seattle federal court, engineers from Huawei's device unit last year gained unauthorised access to T-Mobile's testing lab. They took prohibited photographs and stole components and source code with the aim of helping Huawei develop its own testing robot…

T-Mobile US is suing Huawei for allegedly stealing technology it uses in a specially developed phone-testing robot. According to a lawsuit filed last week in a Seattle federal court, engineers from Huawei's device unit last year gained unauthorised access to T-Mobile's testing lab. They took prohibited photographs and stole components and source code with the aim of helping Huawei develop its own testing robot…

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