Topic: network infrastructure
Huawei's reclusive founder Ren Zhengfei has forcefully denied accusations of espionage in his first comments to foreign media since 2015.
Huawei’s chief financial officer—the daughter of the company’s founder—is scheduled to appear today in a Canadian court for a bail hearing.
Nokia announced the departure of Marc Rouanne and the appointment of Tommi Uitto as president of Mobile Networks.
Ericsson said it disagrees with an analyst report that found that Ericsson is mostly missing from AT&T’s physical 5G build-out.
T-Mobile put a dollar figure against its 5G plans, announcing that it will pay $3.5 billion to Nokia over the coming years to deploy 5G equipment.
This is our second consecutive forecast update with a positive growth component and is an important change in how we see the market unfolding.
Both Verizon and AT&T spent more on their networks in the first quarter than some Wall Street analysts had expected.
Ericsson reported first-quarter results that appeared to cheer investors, sending the company’s Swedish shares up after the news.
The market for Evolved Packet Cores (EPCs) is flourishing, according to research firm Dell’Oro group.
Ericsson’s CEO said the company has won roughly 50% of the world’s 5G contracts so far.