Wednesday, 18 September 2019

“Business as usual” for Huawei as it looks to shift 500,000 5G base stations in 2019


Friday 28 June 19

There are numerous opportunities for Huawei in China and in Europe, as the company looks to ramp up production of its 5G base stations

Huawei will continue with “business as usual”, despite the US deciding to blacklist the Chinese tech vendor. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress event in Shanghai earlier today, the company’s rotating chairman, Ken Hu, said that the US ban would have “no impact, whatsoever&rdquo…

Huawei will continue with “business as usual”, despite the US deciding to blacklist the Chinese tech vendor. Speaking at the Mobile World Congress event in Shanghai earlier today, the company’s rotating chairman, Ken Hu, said that the US ban would have “no impact, whatsoever&rdquo…

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