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Why PAP govt will use Huawel?

In China, Political governance, Public Administration on 19/11/2019 at 11:08 am

Despite the PAP govt trying to lick the ass of both Xi and Trump at the same time.

CSIS has a report on the “safe city” technology that Huawei is selling around the world. The facial recognition, licence plate recognition, social media monitoring and other surveillance capabilities it sells are generally being bought by authoritarian countries, raising the charge that Huawei is helping to “export authoritarianism”.

BBC story on surveillance systems that China is exporting often with the help of soft loans: https://www.bbc.com/news/business-50348861?intlink_from_url=https://www.bbc.com/news/technology&link_location=live-reporting-story

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Where US has to buy from China

Did Hali ask Xi for this app when they met?: Hali’s welcome by the Chinese reminded me that the Chinese have an app that will help Heng and other 4G leaders keep S’pore a one-party state, like China.

S’porean Chinese parents will want this

Cybersecurity: “Ownself hack ownself”

 

Apple v Samsung v Huawei

In Uncategorized on 18/09/2019 at 4:02 am

Apple is upmarket

A survey in US of slightly more than 10,000 consumers said

10 per cent of consumers in the market for a new iPhone were willing to pay $2,000 for a top-range model. A quarter were willing to pay more than $1,800.

Huawei is cheap and cheerful and has in the last few yrs overtaken Samsung.

Samsung is stuck in between. Neither an aspirational brand, nor a cheap, cheerful brand.  And btw, it’s QC sucks: And Samsung wants to sell folding phones?.

Maybe because its phones are made in Vietnam: Vietnam: Where yr Samsung HP comes from?

Huawei: More bad hair days

In China on 17/08/2019 at 5:59 pm

Further to its problems in China (Huawei accused of saying Taiwan is independent), Huawei has now had to deny a Wall Street report that its technicians were involved in intelligence-gathering operations in Uganda Zambia and Algeria on behalf of the countries’ govts.

And US technology and telecoms companies still do not know whether they will be able to sell to Huawei after Monday, when a temporary export licence runs out.

Time for Huawei’s founder to call in the Feng Shui masters? But then he’s a CCP member. The CCP requires members to be atheists.

Huawei accused of saying Taiwan is independent

In China on 17/08/2019 at 1:48 pm

Versace, Coach, Givenchy, and Swarovski faced criticism this week for listing Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan as a separate countries or regions – not part of China – on their official websites or branded T-shirts.

Well now Huawei is accused of implying in its smartphone settings that Taiwan is independent.

[U]sers on Chinese social media Weibo have expressed anger that Taiwan was listed as its own country when the default language in Huawei’s smartphone setting was set to traditional Chinese – the script used in Taiwan and Hong Kong. Mainland China mostly uses simplified Chinese.

“This is outrageous. This is how Huawei repays China?” one user said on Weibo.

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-49366177

 

Huawei bites back

In China on 16/07/2019 at 1:56 pm

Huawei is planning extensive job cuts in the US, the Wall Street Journal has reported, citing anonymous sources. Huawei has declined to comment.

Why Korea is happy with US ban on Huawei

In China on 26/05/2019 at 7:39 am

Because Samsung is happy. No chance of Huawei overtaking it in smartphone sales.

Huawei could see shipments decline by as much as a quarter this year, and faces the possibility that its smartphones will disappear from international markets, analysts have said.

Smartphone shipments at Huawei, the world’s second-largest smartphone maker by volume (after Samsung), could fall between 4% and 24% in 2019 if the ban stays in place, according to Fubon Research and Strategy Analytics.

Why ang moh, Asean telcos love Huawei

In China, Telecoms on 13/02/2019 at 5:31 am

Cheap, good, great tech service. Also bespoke.

[European telcos] want to keep using the Chinese firm’s equipment because they like what it offers, not only in price but quality.

“They’ve two unique advantages,” says one technology chief. “They have significantly more engineers working on R&D than other suppliers and they are prepared to innovate for a specific customer. ”

Huawei’s main competitors are Nokia and Ericsson, but another telecoms operator says “they are seen universally as being well ahead of European vendors”.

The operators also believe that the Chinese competition is forcing the European rivals to up their game …

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47160725

Huawei is so good for them that they don’t really care about security?

They say they are fully aware of the security issues around Huawei. They have consulted the experts at the government’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) during the procurement process.

Not only ang mohs prepared to sell out their countries to the Chinese:

Huawei is among the main providers of telecoms equipment for operators conducting 5G trials in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.

Industry sources say competitors can’t match Huawei on cost and technological capability.

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One of Singapore’s major telcos M1 has partnered with Huawei to trial 5G services in the country.

Singapore’s telecoms regulator says operators should “ensure vendor diversity to mitigate risks from dependency on any one vendor”, again not banning Huawei outright.

https://www.bbc.com/news/business-47166921

Given the recent cybersecurity problems that we have been having, why are we doing biz with Huawei? So cheap and so gd that the PAP govt can ignore the links between Huawei and China? Is that the reason why the PAP govt refuses to name the country it thinks is behind the SingHealth hack?

Wonder if SingHealth used any Huawei eqpt?