Enter the dragon: the story of Huawei

By David Binning on Mar 13, 2012 11:34 AM
Filed under Hardware

Huawei's ascension to international colossus has brought with it the inevitable Chinese whispers.

Napoleon famously described China as a sleeping dragon, warning his European peers against waking it for fear that it would “shake the world”. No-one would doubt the beast has well and truly been roused from its slumber with the world’s most populous nation growing at a truly ...
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