For the first time ever, the closely held Chinese infrastructure vendor disclosed the identities of its board of directors...
Motorola Solutions and Huawei have agreed to settle all ongoing litigation between the two companies, including a dispute over trade secrets...
ORLANDO, Fla.—Huawei has found out the hard way that it's not easy being a China-based company trying to do business in the United States...
In an unusual display of openness, China-based infrastructure company Huawei has penned an open letter defending the company's reputation...
Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei has won a preliminary injunction from a U.S. court barring Motorola from transferring business secrets...
Huawei has filed a lawsuit to stop Nokia Siemens Networks acquisition of Motorola's wireless networks business...
Is excluding Huawei Technologies and ZTE from wireless network contracts being crazily alarmist or is it the wise, cautious thing to do? When I first heard that Sprint Nextel was excluding Huawei and ZTE from their network modernization project due
Ericsson, Nokia Siemens Networks and Huawei have landed contracts with Indian operator Bharti Airtel to build out its 3G HSPA+ network.
Emerging markets are fertile ground for green networks.
This story has been updated with additional comment. Motorola has filed a lawsuit accusing China's Huawei Technologies of alleged theft of trade secrets in cellular networking gear.
Huawei said its net profit more than doubled in 2009 thanks to rising sales, favorable exchange rates and lucrative contracts.
Hauwei is making further inroads into the North American market with an HSPA+ contract with Canadian carrier SaskTel.
Network infrastructure vendors Huawei and ZTE are taking contracts from their higher-priced competitors.
Unlike most wireless infrastructure vendors, Huawei says it is thriving. In unaudited financial results, Huawei claimed its sales hit $21.5 billion in 2009.
Huawei will join vendors including Cisco, Motorola and Samsung to build out the WiMAX provider’s nationwide network.
President Barack Obama intends to nominate Mignon Clyburn, a utility regulator from South Carolina, to the FCC.
Law enforcement has gone mobile in its pursuit of wiretaps, as more Americans rely on their cell phones
Interoperability is one of those recurring issues that’s been lost and revived so many times that its latest resurfacing could be seen as either redundant or miraculous.
EU lawmakers voted Wednesday for a new price cap that will cut the cost of sending text messages from abroad by nearly two-thirds.
Sprint says it is the only wireless carrier to be awarded a $7.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy
WiMAX service provider Towerstream is one of those looking to get a piece of the stimulus package action.
The Obama administration eased Cuban embargo constraints Monday, opening the island’s marketplace to U.S. telecom companies.
The European Union (EU) could force carriers to allow VoIP to run on their cellular networks and has already prepared draft legislation
Several groups are stepping up efforts to get the FCC to act on a proposal that would speed the time it takes wireline companies to complete a number port.