TAIPEI, July 21 (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies Co Ltd , the world's No. 2 telecom equipment maker, said on Monday it will achieve sustainable growth in 2014 after posting a 19 percent jump in first-half revenue to 135.8 billion yuan ($21.88 billion).
TAIPEI, July 21 (Reuters) - Huawei Technologies Co Ltd , the world's No. 2 telecoms equipment maker, said on Monday its first-half sales revenue rose 19 percent year-on-year
By Paolo Gorgo : The Huawei announcement and an Iphone 6 speculation have been the main drivers of a 30% stock increase in the last few trading sessions After
struck a multi-year haptic licensing deal with Huawei . Terms are undisclosed. Huawei will be licensing Immersion's TouchSense 3000 ..... haptic effects and a developer SDK. IDC estimates Huawei shipped 48.8M smartphones in 2013, +67.5
aggressively - its smartphone share fell Y/Y in both Q1 and Q4 (per IDC) following a long run of share gains, while Huawei and Lenovo each grew rapidly. Xiaomi, which shipped 26.1M phones in 1H14 (+271% Y/Y), is also a growing threat
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make a final ruling. Shares dove last December after the commission ruled against InterDigital in a suit against Nokia, Huawei , and ZTE. Before today's move, they were up sharply in January thanks to InterDigital's Samsung deal. Yesterday
Spherix ( SPEX +3.2% ) is suing Huawei in an Eastern Texas district court, alleging its switches/routers infringe 5 Spherix patents originally developed by Nortel
MILAN, June 10 (Reuters) - Chinese telecoms group Huawei Technologies has increased its sales growth rate target at its enterprise business this year to 40 percent, board member and head of strategy...
over the next few years may come from mid-range and low-end smartphones, and a host of Chinese OEMs like Lenovo, Huawei , and ZTE have fared quite well in selling sub-$300 smartphones in emerging markets. And Microsoft MSFT, via Nokia's