2013-10-04 14:39:12 - New Telecom and Computing market report from MarketLine: "Huawei: A world leader marred by controversy"
Between 1987 and 2012, the company invested heavily in research, expanding geographically as well as into different industries. Huawei overtook Ericsson to become the number one network infrastructure globally in 2012. Huawei also has ambitions to overtake Samsung and Apple to become the largest smartphone provider.
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Huawei has continually invested heavily in research and development and launched the "world's thinnest smartphone", as well as a 7-inch Android "phablet
managed to break into the top four smartphone vendors worldwide (by volume). Despite leader Samsung outselling the next four companies combined, Huawei's shipments to regions outside of Asia Pacific doubled in Q1 2013 compared to Q1 2012.
Huawei has faced controversy in some countries. In the US, "significant security concerns" have prevented Huawei from supplying infrastructure, while Australia blocked the company in line with "the government's practice for ensuring the security and resilience of Australian ... infrastructure.
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* How has Huawei become one of the top four (by volume) smartphone vendors in the world?
* Why has Huawei faced controversy in the US, Australia and UK?
Report Table of Contents:
HUAWEI IS A LEADING ICT SOLUTIONS PROVIDER
Huawei was founded in 1987 with $5,680
In 2008, Huawei began to be recognized as increasingly powerful
2009 - 2011 saw Huawei roll out innovative technology
In 2012, Huawei launched its flagship Smartphones
The Chinese market experienced the strongest growth
The smallest segment experienced very strong growth
HUAWEI WANTS TO BE NUMBER ONE IN THE DEVICES MARKET
Huawei has launched a "phablet"
Huawei has launched the 'world's thinnest smartphone'
2012/2013 has seen Chinese companies break into the top five leading phone vendors worldwide
HUAWEI HAS FACED CONTROVERSY
The US has blocked Huawei from supplying infrastructure due to "significant security concerns"
Cyber-security concerns have prevented Huawei from supplying to the NBN
Huawei has provided infrastructure in the UK since 2005, though its alleged links to the Chinese state are "concerning"
DESPITE ITS CONTROVERSY, HUAWEI'S PROGRESS SHOWS NO SIGNS OF SLOWING
Despite controversy, Huawei remains a telecoms infrastructure market leader and strong player in smartphones
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