Eric Xu, Huawei's rotating chairman, shared the company's business performance in 2020 as well as five strategic initiatives moving forward during the 18th Huawei Global Analyst Summit attended by more than 400 guests of analysts, experts, key opinion leaders and media representatives from around the world.
CommScope announced the latest additions to its Wi-Fi 6 access point (AP) portfolio—the indoor RUCKUS H550 and outdoor RUCKUS T350—and new enterprise and service-provider features in RUCKUS SmartZoneOS.
NEC Corporation, a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, and Cisco have entered into a Global System Integrator Agreement (GSIA) to expand their partnership for the deployment of innovative 5G IP transport network solutions worldwide.
Nokia has announced the deployment of its cloud-native convergent charging solution on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to accelerate communications service providers (CSPs) migration of business-critical, high frequency charging applications to the public cloud, and to deliver the benefits of the cloud for 5G.
Nokia has expanded its range of mobile transport products with a new range of indoor and outdoor solutions for Communications Service Providers and enterprises.
DZS, a global leader of packet-based mobile transport, broadband access, network orchestration and cloud-native automation solutions, announced the appointment of Erwin Trautmann as vice president, EMEA Sales.
CommScope Holding Company, Inc., a global leader in connectivity solutions for communications networks, announced its plan to spin-off its Home Networks business and other initiatives to reduce operating costs throughout the Company.
Dubai’s iconic tower, the Burj Khalifa lit up to showcase Huawei’s award-winning productivity tool for the smart office – IdeaHub.
Nokia has announced that it has resolved a multi-year, multi-technology patent cross-license agreement with Lenovo. Under the agreement, whose terms remain confidential, Lenovo will make a net balancing payment to Nokia. The deal settles all pending patent litigation and other proceedings between the two parties, in all jurisdictions, according to their statement.
Nokia revealed that large communication service providers (CSPs) can potentially realize $850 million in annual value via cost savings and additional revenues by leveraging intelligent automation. The research, managed in collaboration with STL Partners, found that CSPs with an average revenue of $15 billion can generate an equivalent of 5.7% in annual value by automating intelligent automation into facets of their business, such as network and service operations, customer care, marketing and sales, and fraud protection.