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  1. Huawei plans to expand into US

    Posted Oct 30th 2003, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... BEN KWOK in Shenzhen Huawei Technologies, the mainland's largest telecommunications supplier, will launch its flagship products in the United States next year in an effort to ramp up its overseas expansion plan. Projecting an 81 per cent jump in overseas sales to US$1 billion this year, executive vice-president Fei Min said Huawei was seeking a US partner to distribute its ...

  2. Huawei predicts 30pc earnings leap on mobile demand

    Posted Jan 16th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... HUI YUK-MIN Huawei Technologies expects earnings to grow about 30 per cent this year to four billion yuan, helped by stronger demand for the company's next-generation mobile phone ... equipment to Sunday Communications and Emirates Telecommunications Corp of the UAE. Huawei beat established western rivals such as Alcatel, Ericsson and Lucent. Both contracts are for end-to-end 3G ...

  3. Quarter sets Huawei on track for US$2b target

    Posted Jun 23rd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Hui Yuk-min Huawei Technologies, China's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, is on course to achieve US$2 billion in sales revenue from overseas markets this year after posting a strong first-quarter performance. Faced with relatively sluggish growth at home, Huawei is concentrating on building its overseas clientele. The company is targeting international sales ...

  4. Sunday-Huawei tie-up a union of mutual sustenance

    Posted Jan 17th 2004, 12:00am by Ben Kwok

    ... and Huawei Technologies seems to heavily favour the cash-strapped mobile firm. Consider: as part of the deal, the mainland telecommunications equipment supplier has agreed to lend $500 million to Hong Kong's smallest mobile carrier so the latter can retire debt owed to its present vendor, Nortel Networks, and build a third-generation (3G) network. Huawei has also agreed to help ...

  5. Huawei-3Com union makes sense

    Posted Nov 19th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... currency- US corporations such as 3Com are increasingly pragmatic. 3Com's tie-up with Huawei, China's largest networking equipment maker, sealed on Monday, is a fully fledged marriage rather than a standard outsourcing deal. In some respects, it look like a marriage of convenience- Huawei's counterfeiting saga with Cisco and 3Com's plummeting sales driving them ...

  6. Huawei-3Com union makes sense

    Posted Nov 19th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... growing- taking American jobs, copying US products and now being in possession of an overvalued currency- US corporations such as 3Com are increasingly pragmatic. 3Com's tie-up with Huawei ... Huawei's counterfeiting saga with Cisco and 3Com's plummeting sales driving them into each other's arms. But it also seems to make strategic sense- an international brand for Huawei ...

  7. Sunday delays 3G launch

    Posted Nov 11th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Hui Yuk-min Technical delays will push back the launch of Sunday Communications' third-generation mobile services until May, according to the mainland company building the network, Huawei Technologies. The postponement will leave rivals Hutchison Telecom and SmarTone Telecommunications in control of Hong Kong's 3G market through the peak subscriber period between ...

  8. ZTE looks for 70pc overseas sales boost

    Posted Jan 20th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... The Shenzhen-listed company's plan emulates that of close rival Huawei Technologies. ZTE hopes robust overseas expansion, which accounted for 20 per cent of the firm's sales revenue last year, ... the spokeswoman said. Like Huawei, ZTE has been selling mobile network equipment and handsets to developing countries for up to 30 per cent less than well-established competitors such as Ericsson ...

  9. Hi-tech network hiccup may stall Sunday's launch of 3G services

    Posted Sep 28th 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... waiting for? Sources say that glitches in the build-out of Sunday's 3G network with vendor partner and shareholder Huawei Technologies are causing the delay. Earful understands ... insider said Huawei's technology was 'not up to standard yet'. The hiccup has been the talk of 3G licence holders in town, but should come as no surprise given that Huawei is new ...

  10. ZTE looks abroad as earnings rally

    Posted Sep 01st 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... exceed revenue gain. ZTE is riding on fast-growing overseas sales to drive earnings growth, as is its rival Huawei Technologies. Shenzhen-listed telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei said ...




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