The Mobile World Congress, the mobile industry’s largest and most glittering trade show, begins today. Edwin Yapp tracks the changes in the last six years and tells us some of the highlights to expect this week.
Huawei has released its 2012 financial performance results, saying it expects global sales revenues to reach 220.2 billion yuan, an 8% year-on-year increase; with a net profit of 15.4 billion yuan, a 33% increase from the previous year.
Huawei has appointed ICT products and services provider ECS ICT Berhad, via its wholly-owned subsidiary ECS Astar Sdn Bhd, the authorised distributor for its entire range of enterprise products and solutions for the Malaysian market.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) has officially launched its Knowledge Workers Development Center (KDC), which was established to accelerate the development of local k-workers.
Celcom and Huawei respond to DNA founder Karamjit Singh's Aug 7 commentary expressing his concern at a 93% discount offer made by Celcom for the media who attended an event it was having for the launch of a Huawei tablet in Malaysia.
Media prices for products? Are journalists so special that we deserve such consideration, or is it a euphemism for a bribe? DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh ponders this and says enough is enough.
It is no surprise that the impact of China vendors Huawei and ZTE in the telecommunications vendor space has forced a brutal slashing of prices. Established players such as Ericsson, Motorola, Alcatel-Lucent, Siemens and Nokia have been forced to undertake dramatic restructurings to compete.
Global ICT solutions provider Huawei has chosen Cyberjaya as the site for its first global training center outside of China, saying that this center would also serve as the worldwide point for all English-medium training it will provide.
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