Posts Tagged ‘AT&T’

U.S. Government Extends ZTE’s Temporary Export License

The United States Department of Commerce has reportedly agreed to extend ZTE’s temporary export license to March 29, 2017, allowing …


British Telecom Tests VPN Service In Shanghai Free Trade Zone

VPN services in ChinaBritish telecom operator BT just submitted an application to China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to gain a license …


Symantec Appoints New President For Greater China

Security software provider Symantec announced the appointment of Chi-Ho Christopher Lin as its new global vice president and president for Greater China. In September 2012, Symantec’s former president for China region Andy Wu departed the company. After that, the work of China region was temporarily led by Bernard Kwok, president for Symantec’s Asia Pacific and […]


China’s ZTE Sued For Patent Infringement In U.S.

U.S. broadband service provider Novatel Wireless has sued its competitors Franklin Wireless and ZTE for infringing five patents related to its MiFi mobile hotspot equipment. According to local media reports, Novatel Wireless’ MiFi Intelligent Mobile Hotspot equipment can access to the Internet via the cellular data network. The MiFi line creates a personal cloud of […]


Huawei Deploys First Commercial Femtocell Network

China’s Huawei Technologies has helped StarHub, a telecom operator in Singapore, deploy the world’s first commercial 3G femtocell network.


American Tech Companies In China: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t

Just days before the start of the Beijing Olympics, United States Senator Dick Durbin has apparently decided he never wants to get a visa to visit the Chinese people as he just pressured Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft into reaching an agreement on a voluntary code of conduct that would govern how they operate in China […]