Posts Tagged ‘ZTE’

U.S. Government Penalty Impacts ZTE’s Results For 2016

2016 was not a great year for Chinese telecommunications firm ZTE. The company says it had total losses of CNY767 …


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 …


Censorship Is LinkedIn’s China Friend As It Boasts User Milestone

LinkedIn Censorship in ChinaShen Boyang, LinkedIn’s global vice president and China president, said that the company’s number of users in China has surpassed …


Wireless Patent Deal Adds To Qualcomm’s China Exposure

patentQualcomm reached a new patent license agreement with Lenovo Group. So far, China’s five leading smartphone manufacturers, including Xiaomi, Huawei, …


Are Chinese Companies Buying Opera’s VPN Business?

VPN services in ChinaA consortium of Chinese companies, including Qihoo 360 and Kunlun, have proposed to fully acquire Opera, a Norwegian browser provider, …


ZTE Signs Malaysian Deal For 5G Mobile Development

China-based ZTE Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding with Malaysia’s U Mobile Sdn Bhd for the development of Pre5G mobile broadband technologies. The partnership will help U Mobile deliver substantial network performance upgrades using ZTE’s proprietary Pre5G technologies including Massive MIMO. The MOU, signed in Shenzhen by Too Tian Jen, Chief Technology Officer of […]


Cisco Will Plunge Over USD10 Billion Into China

With heat bearing down on their necks in China from local competitors Huawei and ZTE, Cisco has decided to invest more into their China operations. The U.S.-based company plans to invest over USD10 billion in China over the next few years to support local innovation with a series of strategic measures. Cisco made this promise […]


Chinese Enterprises Submitted 26,500 Patent Applications In Europe Last Year

The European Patent Office announced that Chinese enterprises submitted 26,500 patent applications to them in 2014. According to the report, the office received a total of 274,000 patent applications last year, representing a year-on-year increase of 3.1%. Of which, Samsung submitted 2,541 patents, ranking first; while China’s Huawei ranked fifth with 1,600 applications. Following Samsung, […]


Are Lenovo Computers Safe For Consumer Users?

There have always been worries that the Chinese government could use its power to force homegrown technology companies like ZTE, Huawei, Qihoo 360 and Lenovo to spy on user communications, but now a bombshell has landed that shows Lenovo is forcing adware onto users’ computers on the company’s own volition. According to Errata Security, an […]


ChinaC Publishes Cloud Service Standard In China

Chinese cloud services provider ChinaC is launching what it claims is the first cloud service standard for the Chinese cloud service industry. The contents of this standard, which read more like a marketing ploy, include opening cloud hosting in five minutes for new users; completing system re-installation within five minutes; and completing system reboots in […]