Huawei said it demonstrated 1Gbps connectivity at the recent Malaysia Small Cell Industry Summit in Kuala Lumpur, claiming it was Malaysia’s fastest indoor speed.
The playbook has changed. Telcos now have to look at their business as a service, suggested Huawei Consulting principal consultant Nigel Bruin.
Malaysia is ranked 25th in Huawei's Global Connectivity Index, an improvement compared with the 29th place it held the year before.
Nokia’s new president for Asia South talks about how the Alcatel-Lucent integration benefits customers; Nokia’s ability to offer cutting-edge 5G technology, and why a multivendor environment is best for operators.
Huawei has launched its latest flagship smartphone Mate 8 in Malaysia, just one of a slew of products.
MWC 2016 saw many evolutionary rather than revolutionary devices being launched, but was really marked by much hype over 5G technology, writes Edwin Yapp.
Global sales of smartphones to end-users totalled 403 million units in the fourth quarter of 2015, a 9.7% increase over the same period in 2014, according to Gartner Inc.
CES 2016 showed more ‘me-too’ evolution rather than real revolution, writes Rob Gallagher of Ovum.
M1 and Huawei claimed they have successfully achieved 4G peak download speeds of more than 1Gbps, and peak upload speeds in excess of 130Mbps.
ZTE's premium smartphone brand Nubia may be little known outside of China, but it plans to make waves in the international scene with its high-end smartphones. In an e-mail interview with DNA, the brand's co-founder shared the company's plans to expand outside of China.