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Huawei launches ‘world's most powerful AI processor’
The Ascend 910 was announced alongside MindSpore, an all-scenario AI computing framework.
Huawei’s 10 megatrend predictions for 2025
The GIV predicts technology trends up until 2025, including 5G coverage, AI deployment, home robot adoption, and smart assistant use rates.
Gartner - 5G will give global smartphone market bump in 2020
This will mean some respite after the Australian market’s massive 2019 decline and help NZ’s see some stability.
IDC finds smartphone shipments up 6.5% from previous quarter
“Although the overall market remains in decline, the performance in the second quarter indicates that demand is starting to pick up as the market begins to stabilise again.”
Huawei sitting pretty in China's smartphone market
“Huawei’s addition to the United States Entity List caused uncertainty overseas, but in China it has kept its foot on the accelerator."
IBM and Cisco lead GlobalData’s Industrial Internet theme
Both gained the highest Thematic score (5 out of 5) for the Industrial Internet theme in GlobalData’s Thematic Scorecard for the IT Services sector.
Huawei Australia seeks next intake for Seeds for the Future program
The program provides an opportunity for Australian university students studying STEM-related subjects to spend a month in China on a work and study program.
Huawei: Aus should follow UK’s “more intelligent” approach to 5G tech
Huawei Australia has released a statement pointing out a UK cross-party committee’s findings that there is no need to ban Huawei’s 5G technologies.
Contact centre market to see 14.6% CAGR over next five years
The rise in omnichannel communication will be a large contributor to this growth, says Fortune Business Insights.
Huawei working to patch critical security vulnerabilities
Huawei is proactively working with Swascan researchers to fix the vulnerabilities, which could affect three main areas: confidentiality, integrity, and availability.
Canalys: Infrastructure shipment growth finally slowing
“Vendors have become accustomed to high double-digit percentage growth rates over the last 18 months,” however, shipment numbers are starting to fall.
Huawei and industry partners establish an innovation base for 5G
“The 5G deterministic networking industry alliance aims to unite industry partners."
Canalys: 5G smartphones will overtake 4G by 2023
Asia Pacific will account for 17.4% of the 800 million 5G smartphone shipments globally in 2023.
Huawei launches CloudEngine S-Series campus switches and solutions
Huawei announced a leap in campus networking by unveiling 16 new models of CloudEngine S-series switches.
IDC: Earwear and watches driving wearables market
Smartwatches and ear-worn devices will account for more than 70% of the 200 million wearables shipped by 2023.
Time to face the facts on the NBN catastrophe - Huawei
"The NBN project has failed and Australians needs to stop expecting NBN Co to deliver high-speed broadband to all Australians."
A detailed look at the global wearables market
ResearchAndMarkets.com released a new report, providing a comprehensive examination of the state of the wearables market for the next five years.
Critical lessons businesses can learn from Huawei - Memset
“Data sovereignty is important and should not just be an afterthought."
Server market sees slowest growth in eight quarters
Dell ranked No.1 in vendor revenue share, followed by HPE, Inspur, Lenovo, Cisco, Huawei, and IBM.
Smartwatches drive wearables market, up 55%
Ongoing demand fuels a strong growth trajectory for wearable devices in Q1 2019 with wrist-worn and ear-worn leading the market, according to IDC.
Evolved packet core revenues flatten out worldwide
According to Dell’Oro Group Huawei, Nokia, and ZTE gained share in a market that only grew by one per cent.
VoLTE infrastructure market revenue declined 10% - Dell’Oro Group
“Many service providers are not aggressively promoting VoLTE even as LTE subscriptions continue to rise."
Update: Huawei lead counsel speaks out about the US case
“As shown in the motion, section 889 is unconstitutional selective legislative punishment."
Gartner: smartphone sales still suffering
Australia, sales down 10.2% in 1Q19, but New Zealand sales grew slightly by 1.3%.