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  • meredithmuar meredithmuar Dec 1, 2012 12:30 AM Flag

    Huawei taking on ALU big time!

    1. Huawei has its own "light radio". Its called No Edge Networks!
    In fact of matter, Huawei won LTE innovation award at the "Telecom Asia"

    2. Huawei and CSCO each scored 3 rewards!!!

    3. To date, Huawei has secured over 100 commercial LTE/EPC contracts and has launched 45 commercial LTE networks with leading operators worldwide, more than any other network infrastructure provider. With a global business footprint on all five continents, Huawei is driving the development and commercialization of LTE worldwide

    OPEN YOUR EYES PEOPLE! Read the facts:
    1. Margins are low, means demand is slow!
    2. No profit, only losses!
    3. 6 billion debt payment is coming due soon!

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

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    • Meridith. You Should do more reading before you embarrass yourself.only facts.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

    • Geoguy works so hard he turned into a woman

    • The most lucrative markets in the world have banned Huawei's equipment.

      Haven’t you heard that the US. Congress has banned Huawei in the United States. Other countries such as from Western Europe and Canada also plan to ban following the U.S. footsteps. Meanwhile, China has banned Cisco on security concerns. Now, guess who's going to benefit from all of this? That’s right, Alcatel Lucent will benefit from all sides!

      U.S.:

      “U.S. telecommunications operators should not do business with China's top network equipment makers because potential Chinese state influence on the companies poses a security threat, the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said in a report on Monday. The committee recommended that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, an inter-agency group that evaluates the national security risks of foreign investments, should block any deals involving Huawei or ZTE. Government contractors and private-sector companies should seek other vendors for their network equipment, the panel said.” (Reuters)

      Canada:

      “Citing a rarely used national-security protocol, Ottawa has sent a signal to Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei Technologies that it would block the firm from bidding to build the Canadian government’s latest telecommunications and e-mail network.” (Globe and Mail)

      France:

      “French senator Jean-Marie Bockel has produced a cybersecurity report proposing to ban the use of Chinese routers and other core network equipment in France and Europe on security grounds. He argues that nothing prevents companies like Huawei and ZTE from embedding systems that could be used for economic or industrial espionage, or event to block all communications, writes La Tribune.” (Telecompaper)

      China:

      “China Unicom has replaced devices of Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ.CSCO) in one of the country’s most important backbone networks, citing security reasons, the 21st Century Business Herald reported.”

    • The most lucrative markets in the world have banned Huawei's equipment.

      Haven’t you heard that the US. Congress has banned Huawei in the United States. Other countries such as from Western Europe and Canada also plan to ban following the U.S. footsteps. Meanwhile, China has banned Cisco on security concerns. Now, guess who's going to benefit from all of this? That’s right, Alcatel Lucent will benefit from all sides!

      U.S.

      “U.S. telecommunications operators should not do business with China's top network equipment makers because potential Chinese state influence on the companies poses a security threat, the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said in a report on Monday. The committee recommended that the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, an inter-agency group that evaluates the national security risks of foreign investments, should block any deals involving Huawei or ZTE. Government contractors and private-sector companies should seek other vendors for their network equipment, the panel said.” (Reuters)

      Canada:

      “Citing a rarely used national-security protocol, Ottawa has sent a signal to Chinese telecom equipment giant Huawei Technologies that it would block the firm from bidding to build the Canadian government’s latest telecommunications and e-mail network.” (Globe and Mail)
      France:

      “French senator Jean-Marie Bockel has produced a cybersecurity report proposing to ban the use of Chinese routers and other core network equipment in France and Europe on security grounds. He argues that nothing prevents companies like Huawei and ZTE from embedding systems that could be used for economic or industrial espionage, or event to block all communications, writes La Tribune.” (Telecompaper)

      China:

      “China Unicom has replaced devices of Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ.CSCO) in one of the country’s most important backbone networks, citing security reasons, the 21st Century Business Herald reported.

      The replacement project targets “China169” backbone network’s Cisco router in Wuxi, Jiangsu. Analysts indicated that the product vulnerability and back door problems are the main worries of China Unicom. The move came after a congressional report branded Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (002502.SZ) and ZTE Corp. (0763.HK, 000063.SZ) security threats in the United States. China domestic operators began to intensify network security since then, the report said.”

 
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