The Chinese equipment vendor is back in profit for a full year after recovering from US fines and sanctions, and its business is mainly growing.
… and three other things we've learnt from the telecom reporting season in China.
Manufacturer claims a first in Japan as it gears up to launch its own private 5G network in Kawasaki City, with more to come.
The Nordic operator's profit warning could be the first of many issued by telecom operators in the coming weeks.
Ren Zhengfei pops up to inform the Western world that his company has recovered swiftly from the virus and is ready for European business.
TeleGeography's latest report on voice traffic estimates that OTT voice traffic was more than double international carrier voice traffic in 2019.
Swapping broadband for cheeseburgers? HKBN will barter.
The telecom giant and the carmaker are teaming up in the expectation that smart cities will be a major business opportunity.
Social media giant willing to spend billions to get minority stake in India's aggressive newcomer.
Standards body pushes back Release 16 and Release 17 timelines amid the global spread of COVID-19.
India's operators are quickly responding to the outbreak of the virus as the country goes under lockdown.
Telecom operators and technology firms are handing over location data to governments fighting the outbreak of COVID-19, but at what long-term cost?
The sum the Chinese mobile operator is tipping into its 5G rollout represents a fivefold increase on what it spent last year.
The Japanese equipment maker has a central role in the world's most keenly anticipated launch of mobile network services.
Each of the country's big three operators take a hit on subscriber numbers in the wake of COVID-19.
Japanese operator is set to launch its 5G service one day after NTT DoCoMo and one day before SoftBank, and will put AWS Wavelength to work to support edge-enabled services.
Network sharing has led to savings for the Chinese operator as it ramps up its deployment of 5G services.
Exposure to underperforming companies and a mountain of debt makes SoftBank look more vulnerable to the deadly virus than many other firms.
Faced with surge in NBN loads, Australian govt asks content companies to impose limits.
UN Agency urges national telecommunications authorities to test effectiveness of disaster response plans.