5G 'needs flexiblity' in order to change the world
Huawei has launched its maiden residential product for the European market, offering to connect rooftop solar installs with domestic appliances to maximise self-consumption
Knowledge gained through its carrier business, in addition to R&D work on 5G, will put Huawei in a better position to implement new network technologies into its handsets sooner, the company...
At a news conference in Berlin, Germany, Huawei introduced its first line-up of three personal computer models for consumers.
Two Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) undergraduate students have been successful in gaining a place on the highly competitive Huawei ‘Seeds for the Future’ Programme 2017
Huawei launched its Undergraduate Work Experience Scheme at the Banqueting House in Westminster on 15th May. Under this scheme, Huawei UK will send 14 science and engineering students from some of the UK's top universities to China.
Huawei's Nigel Bruin, director of the NBN Competence Centre, discusses the demand for broadband networks and the products and services offered to support them.
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Huawei executive, Richard Brenner, speaks about the importance of industry standards and how Huawei's involvement further enhances the company's customer-centric approach to innovation.