All articles on Huawei

Huawei Determined to Grow at Competitors' Expense
Huawei's contract sales in 2008 totaled $23.3 billion, declared Huawei COO Xu Wenwei recently. Xu added that Huawei had confidence it would wrest market share from its rivals including Ericsson, Nokia-Siemens, and Alcatel-Lucent and maintain rapid growth.
March 10th,2009
Lenovo Leaps Into Fortune 500 Club
Many Chinese companies dream of becoming big in the world's markets, symbolized by a 500 listing. Haier was the first domestic non-monopoly consumer company to get near, coming closest when its income was only $200 million below the world's 500th company. Another Chinese major, Huawei, has just released its financial report for 2007, according to which the company's annual income was $12.5 billion, still some distance from the top 500 list.
July 11st,2008
Huawei Eyes Nortel's Ethernet
With its failure earlier this year to co-acquire 3COM Corporation with Bain & Company, Huawei's plan to enter North America by way of acquisition was thwarted, but now the company, the largest networking and telecommunications equipment supplier in China, is trying again through acquisition of Nortel's Metro Ethernet Network (MEN)
December 19th,2008
Huawei and ZTE Moving Up the Global Scales. Ericsson Next?
And due to the steady competitive decline of Nokia-Siemens and Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson is gradually becoming the only key rival of Huawei and ZTE.
May 2nd,2009
Huawei's Great Leap in India.
If Huawei's growth remains unchanged this year, it will become the second largest telecom equipment provider in the world, only next to Ericsson.
May 12nd,2009
Huawei's Open Letter: US Government, Please Investigate Me on 3Leaf Deal
We have faith in the fairness and justness of the United States and we believe the results of any thorough government investigation will prove that Huawei is a normal commercial institution and nothing more.
Huawei;3Leaf;Ren Zhengfei;Ken Hu February 25th,2011