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China’s Alibaba will launch its first mobile telecom services in June

In December last year, the Chinese government issued what is known as ‘mobile virtual network operator’ licenses to HiChina, a subsidiary of e-commerce giant Alibaba, as well as its rival, allowing them to resell mobile telecom services. Show More Summary

China’s Huawei ‘maintained calm’ during NSA hacking reports

SHENZHEN (Reuters) - China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd "maintained calm" and operated "business as usual" after media reports saying the U.S. accessed servers at the telecom giant's Shenzhen headquarters, acting Chief Executive Eric Xu said on Monday....

Positives Building Up For Alcatel-Lucent: China Mobile Contract And M&A Among European Telecoms

We reiterate our view that Alcatel-Lucent's (ALU) revenue outlook is becoming clearer as the company is striking new profitable contracts and is breaking into promising markets, such as core routing, Software Defined Networks, NFV and small cells. Show More Summary

EU partly drops threats of action against Chinese telecom makers

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union agreed on Thursday to partially drop its threat of action against Chinese telecommunications equipment makers, seeking to resolve years of tension over China's increasingly dominant mobile networks in Europe.

China Telecom Continues To Struggle In Attracting Wireless Subscribers

Increased competition in the 3G market and aggressive 4G network expansion by China Mobile seem to be weighing on China Telecom’s performance. We expect competition to increase going forward as China Unicom is also likely to roll out 4G (TD-LTE) smartphones very soon.

Should You Buy Finisar Over JDS Uniphase?

By Anup Singh: Optical test and measurement company JDS Uniphase (JDSU) is beating the market so far this year. This doesn't come as a surprise, since the roll out LTE in China and the growth in telecom spending have been tailwinds for the company. Show More Summary

China Demands Answers to Alleged Huawei Hacks

Two days after the latest round of leaked NSA documents revealed the depth of America’s digital intrusion into Chinese telecom giant Huawei, the Chinese government is demanding answers, wanting a ‘clear explanation’ from Washington regarding the veracity and the motivations behind such a monumental violation. Hong Lei, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, said his country [...]

China’s Xi challenges Obama on telecoms spying report

China’s President Xi Jinping questioned his US counterpart Barack Obama about reports that Washington had secretly tapped Chinese telecoms giant Huawei for years, a top security aide said Monday. “President Xi did raise that recent report in the context of […]

China demands explanation from U.S. on Huawei spying report

BEIJING/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China wants a clear explanation from Washington over reports that the U.S. National Security Agency infiltrated servers at the headquarters of telecoms giant Huawei Technologies Co, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman sa...

China Mobile Racing Ahead Of Rivals In 3G & 4G Subscriptions

The largest wireless carrier in China added more than 9.5 million 3G subscribers in February, compared to the combined tally of about 3.4 million additions by its rivals China Unicom and China Telecom in the same period. This can be attributed to China Mobile’s aggressive 3G/4G network expansion and higher subsidy offerings.

NSA infiltrates servers of China telecom giant Huawei: report

(This March 22 story was corrected to fix former title of Hu Jintao in the seventh paragraph)

Snowden Documents Reveal NSA Infiltrated Servers of Chinese Telecom Giant

On Saturday, the New York Times reported the NSA was able to infiltrate the servers of Huawei Technologies Co., a telecommunications company in China. The NSA was able to surveil the company, and could have potentially made offensive cyber operations.

Snowden: NSA Put Backdoors in Chinese Telecom

Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant, has been blocked from business deals in the United States by government concerns that the company would create "back doors" in its equipment that could allow China to steal corporate and government secrets. Show More Summary

China’s Huawei condemns reported NSA snooping

BERLIN (Reuters) - Chinese telecom and internet company Huawei defended is independence on Sunday and said it would condemn any infiltration of its servers by the U.S. National Security Agency if reports of such activities by the NSA were true.

NSA infiltrates servers of China telecom giant Huawei: report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. National Security Agency has infiltrated servers in the headquarters of Chinese telecommunications and internet giant Huawei Technologies Co, obtaining sensitive information and monitoring the communications of top execu...

Report: NSA Spied On Chinese Telecoms Giant

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden reveals documents showing that U.S. secretly infiltrated Chinese telecoms firm Huawei, in an escalation of the 'digital cold war' between U.S. and China

Nokia, Alcatel, Ericsson, Qualcomm to Ride China Mobile Spend, Says Street

China mobile discussed its historical and future network spend. If the payoff from China Mobile‘s (CHL) full-year report this morning wasn’t so great for Apple (AAPL), it wasn’t bad for vendor of telecom equipment, who are looking to China’s build-out of long-term evolution, or LTE, wireless broadband this year to pay off big for their wares. The carrier reported sales rising [...]

China Telecom Earnings Preview: Rising 3G Demand And Broadband Expansion To Drive 2013 Results

In the first three quarters ending September 2013, China Telecom saw its operating profits grow by over 27% year-over-year (y-o-y), with profit margins improving by more than 5 percentage points from the year-ago period. This was attributed to growing demand for the carrier’s 3G services and consistent broadband subscribers adds. Show More Summary

China Telecom's CEO Discusses Q4 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

China Telecom Corporation (CHA) Q4 2013 Earnings Call March 19, 2014 12:30 AM ET Executives Wang Xiaochu – Chairman and CEO Yang Jie – President and COO Madam Wu Andi – EVP and CFO Presentation Operator Ladies and gentlemen, good afternoon I am Lisa with Investor Relations Department of China Telecom. Show More Summary

China Mobile: Not Able to Locate Cellphones on Missing Malaysia Plane

China’s biggest telecom operator, China Mobile, attempted to locate some of the passengers on the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 by testing whether their cellphones were connected to mobile networks but the carrier wasn’t able to locate any of them.

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