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China's telecoms giant Huawei refutes Australian cyber fears

China's telecoms giant Huawei refutes Australian cyber fears

Telecommunications equipment maker Huawei has criticized Australian Government for its claim that the Chinese firm is a security risk to Australia.

Australian Government recently blocked Huawei from bidding on its ambitious $36 billion-dollar National Broadband Network (NBN) project due to China's reputation for cyber-espionage.

Huawei, which was set up by a former People's Liberation Army engineer, was blocked from bidding after intelligence operatives strongly recommended the government's National Security Committee to do so.

Huawei bags major share of China Mobile’s IMS contract

Huawei bags major share of China Mobile’s IMS contract

It has been informed that, Huawei Technologies has bagged 60% share of China Mobile's IP Multimedia Subsystem contract. Now Huawei Technologies holds a major share of the total contract for IMS deployment of the Chinese company.

As per the company officials of Huawei, it is going to deploy the solution in 19 provinces. The company will also provide these solutions to Guangdong, Jiangsu and Zhejiang.

Nokia revenues decline, Huawei crosses Rs 10,000 crore

Nokia revenues decline, Huawei crosses Rs 10,000 crore

Leading mobile handset maker from Finland, Nokia has suffered a huge decline in revenue in India. There has been almost a decline of 15% in India revenue. It was found out to be Rs 14,000 crore for the period under review.

However, Chinese telecom equipment maker Huawei has registered an impressive revenue report. This has been informed by a recent study.

The revenue of the company has increased by almost 76% and reported to be Rs 11,000 crore in the financial year 2009-10.

Sibal: Ramesh’s remarks put government in embarrassing situation

Sibal: Ramesh’s remarks put government in embarrassing situation

The recent dispute follows several attacks on Indian Government as India given Huawei Technologies Co and ZTE Corp , to fully disclose details of their ownership concerned that foreign telecom equipment makers , mainly from China , are a national security threat as they can have spying technology embedded in their equipment. The India operators need to get security clearance from the Ministry of Home Affairs before importing equipment from anywhere, while there is no official ban on purchases. The two Asian economic giants have been long suspicious of each other and fought a war in 1962.

BSNL launches new Huawei U7510 in TN circle

BSNL launches new Huawei U7510 in TN circle

The Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) has announced the launch of its new Android-based Huawei U7510 touch screen handset in Tamil Nadu circle as part of its ongoing efforts to lure in as many customers to its 3G services.

The device features TFT touch screen measuring 2.8 inch with display of 256k colors and a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels. It has a camera with a resolution of 2 Mega Pixels. As per multimedia entertainment options it offers FM radio and MP3/MP4 player. It comes with inbuilt memory of 100 MB which can be expanded through a slot.

CDMA Handset Order Worth Rs. 340 Crore Placed by RCom wit Huawei

CDMA Handset Order Worth Rs. 340 Crore Placed by RCom wit HuaweiReports and sources have speculated that Reliance Communications, Headed by Anil Ambani, has placed an estimate Rs. 340 crore worth of order for as many as 2 million handsets with China's Huawei Technologies.