Chinese tech giant, Huawei’s hope for a comeback might look promising with Trump gone but Biden might follow his predecessor’s footsteps.
As India’s largest telecom operator, Jio’s entry into the 5G market was a given. Ambani even told visiting US President Trump in February that Jio would soon launch a 5G network that was completely free of Chinese components. No one could have guessed what was on his mind back then.
With rising sentiments against China, the United Kingdom has banned its mobile service providers from buying new Huawei 5G equipment after 31st December this year. They have been instructed to phase out Chinese 5G kits by 2027 completely.
India’s ban of 56 Chinese apps heralds a new normal in Sino-Indian relations, one that will no longer be decoupling trade and politics. However, much needs to be done before the country can adequately firewall itself from the prying eyes of the Dragon in the fraught realm of cyberspace.
Samsung slowly shifted its manufacturing operations to Vietnam from China. In the face of the Coronavirus calamity, the shift becomes one of it’s more prudent ones in recent times.
The high-level diplomatic push from the US suggests scepticism about China and its expanding grip on the global tech landscape resulting in the ongoing tech conflict in 2020.
Chinese tech giant Huawei on Thursday sued the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for unleashing new regulations that intend to choke the limited business that the company has left in the United States.
Huawei Kirin A1 comes with an advanced Bluetooth processing unit, a powerful audio processing unit, an ultra-low-power application processor and an independent power management unit, all within a mere 4.3mm*4.4mm.
Apple is rumoured to be readying its first 5G iPhone for the next year and according to the latest Nikkei report, the modem for the upcoming model will be designed by Qualcomm.
“Digital inclusion means using digital technology to promote inclusive development and leaving no person, home, or organization behind.” During HUAWEI CONNECT 2019, Huawei’s Deputy Chairman Ken Hu gave a speech at the TECH4ALL Summit.