Huawei drove into its post-Google era with a flagship smartphone that uses none of the Android maker's apps now that the Chinese group has been blacklisted by US authorities.
Huawei has made two key announcements for its leading 5G solutions: the first 5G service experience-based network planning criteria, and a new ground-breaking 5G digital engineering solution.
Intel has launched the Cascade Lake Refresh processor, a new member of the Cascade Lake processor family, which delivers a performance that is 36% higher than its predecessors.
CommScope has announced open interfaces, virtualized RAN functions, and new radio points for its OneCell small cell to provide an innovative and open approach for operators to deploy 5G networks in enterprises and venues.
Nokia announced it is adding a new Wi-Fi 6 Beacon to its whole-home WiFi portfolio, helping operators to deliver a powerful user experience. Providing a high-capacity, high-performance in-home solution, the new Beacon 6 uses Wi-Fi 6 to deliver 40 percent faster speeds than previous Wi-Fi generations.
Nokia announced plans to acquire Elenion Technologies, a U.S.-based company focusing on silicon photonics technology.
HUAWEI AppGallery – the officially launched app distribution platform of Huawei, provides new alternative to its users. As one of the top 3 apps in the marketplace globally, HUAWEI AppGallery is now available in over 170 countries/regions with 400 million monthly active users (MAUs), covering mainstream apps and services worldwide.
The UK has finally approved a limited role for Chinese telecoms giant Huawei in the country's 5G network, but underscored that "high risk vendors" would be excluded from "sensitive" core infrastructure.
Tecnotree, the Finland-based global provider of IT solutions for the telecom industry, announced its annual financial results for 2019, with unprecedented growth in profitability and performance across all the key areas, delivering an EPS of Euro 0.03 for 2019.
ZTE Corporation, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, has announced that ZTE and MTN Uganda have jointly launched the first 5G SA network in East Africa, demonstrating 5G use cases at an event themed “Experience the Future Together”, taking place in the Nyonyi Garden, Kampala, Uganda.