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Huawei unveils APT big data security solution
Huawei has released a new solution designed to protect against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) and denial-of-service (DdoS) attacks.
Huawei: Want to be an innovator? Buckle down for the long haul
To innovate successfully, companies must commit to a long-term programme of investment in research and development - innovation is a marathon.
Huawei aims high with tiny IoT operating system
Huawei has become the latest vendor to stake a claim on the internet of things, launching an IoT platform including a 10KB operating system.
Huawei backs Auckland's innovation hub
Huawei is officially GridAKL’s foundation partner, and will provide a $1 million sponsorship to the Auckland based innovation hub.
Atlas Gentech tops for Huawei
Atlas Gentech has taken out Huawei's Southern Pacific Region Excellent Partner Award, following a year of 'massive' uptake for Huawei locally.
Samsung hands over smartphone crown to Apple
Samsung lost the No. 1 spot to Apple in the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2014, after holding the top spot since 2011.
Think business, not tech in CFO pitches
Andrew Bannister, Huawei NZ head of IT technology and strategy, offers advice on pitching IT projects to the executive who holds the purse strings.
Huawei announce 4.5G as the world waits for 5G
The 4.5G standard - otherwise known as LTE-M will provide extra bandwidth for demanding applications such as virtual reality and ultra HD video.
Spark challenges rivals with 4G offerings
Spark New Zealand has today announced it believes it is overtaking its rivals in respect of 4G mobile data services, after making rapid strides in its network build over recent months.
Hands on review: Huawei Mate
Huawei’s newest kid on the block, and the Ascend Mate is definitely a big boy, sitting on the phablet side of the fence.
5G is on its way
4G may have finally made it to New Zealand, but Huawei are already eying up the next generation of mobile technology.
Huawei: Enter the dragon
Huawei might not be one of New Zealand’s well known brands, but on the global telco stage they’re bigger than huge.
Buyers, continue to question and evaluate vendors, says Huawei
Huawei's white paper ‘Cyber Security Perspectives' documents the top things buyers should ask vendors in relation to cyber security.
Rise in smartphones makes mobile broadband modems obsolete
Strategy Analytics has reported there has been a third consecutive annual decline in the mobile broadband modem market in 2014 and has reported the increase in smartphone use a factor.
Spark and Huawei sign understanding to expand mobile coverage
Spark and Huawei reaffirmed their commitment to bring the latest technology to New Zealand consumers by expanding the existing Joint Innovation Programme.
Head to Wellington to meet your new ICT solutions partner... Huawei Enterprise
Join Atlas Gentech as they present world-leading technology strategies from global information and communications (ICT) solutions provider; Huawei Enterprise, on Wednesday 8 October 2014 at Te Papa Museum, Wellington.
Review: Huawei Ascend P7
Chances are that you’ve heard of Huawei, they make a lot of budget smartphones. What many don't know is that Huawei also make some pretty tasty flagship devices. I spent some time with their latest, the Ascend P7 and came away moderately impressed.
Samsung shines as Gartner reveals best regional supply chains...
Gartner has published its annual list of leading supply chains in Asia Pacific with ten regional companies making the list.
Opportunities aplenty as smartphone sales surge...
"A record second quarter proves that the smartphone market has plenty of opportunity and momentum."
Microsoft ramps up Windows Phone commitment with new partners
"While certainly pragmatic, the Nokia X strategy must have been a hard one for the traditionally proud Microsoft to swallow."
Samsung dominates smartphone-focused market
Worldwide sales of smartphones accounted for 53.6 percent of overall mobile phone sales in 2013, exceeding annual sales of feature phones for the first time.
Samsung dominates smartphone market as Apple smashes iPhone records
Samsung has once again dominated the global smartphone market, accounting for almost one in three of the 980 million devices shipped worldwide during 2013.
Samsung dominates record-breaking smartphone market
"The sheer volume and strong growth attest to the smartphone's continued popularity in 2013."
Telecom and Huawei launch joint innovation programme
Companies sign memorandum of understanding to establish a Joint Innovation Programme which promotes direct collaboration between New Zealand’s largest telco and Huawei’s global R&D network.