Tag Archives: Huawei

Zimbabwe Public Sector ICT Forum officially opened by VP Joyce Mujuru

April 3rd, 2014

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The inaugural Zimbabwe Public Sector ICT Forum which is being hosted by the Ministry of Information Communication Technology Postal and Courier Services and sponsored by Huawei Zimbabwe was officially opened today at the HICC. Speaking in the keynote address the guest of honour Vice President Joyce Mujuru commended the role ICT is meant to play [...]

Huawei and Ministry of ICT to host a forum promoting tech development

April 1st, 2014

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The Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Postal & Courier Services will be hosting a public sector ICT forum, The Zimbabwe Public Sector ICT Forum 2014, in collaboration with Huawei Technologies, a leading global ICT company from China. This is taking place on Thursday the 3rd of April 2014 at the HICC from 8AM to 5PM. [...]

NetOne’s broadband expansion to proceed as lawsuit is dropped

March 26th, 2014

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A US$218 million dollar agreement between the Zimbabwean and the Chinese government meant for NetOne’s broadband expansion program is now set to proceed following the withdrawal of a lawsuit that was standing in its way. Zimbabwean businessman Tafadzwa Muguti, who is based in South Africa, filed a lawsuit in November 2013 against the Zimbabwean State [...]

Huawei bringing IP TV solution to African carriers

March 25th, 2014

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Yesterday we learned that Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, is actively selling it’s IP TV solutions to African internet carriers. This was revealed to people who attended the Huawei road show currently being held at Cresta Lodge in Harare. Huawei’s IP TV solution have been available in China for several years now with China Telecom one [...]

A Huawei Windows smartphone made 4Afrika

February 5th, 2013

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At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in the US, Huawei unveiled a Windows smartphone called the Huawei Ascend W1. The phone has a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 4GB internal storage and a 5MB pixel camera. In short, low to mid-range brain & power. Today, the two companies announced a slight and gave it made for a Africa tag. It’s actually called exactly that; Huawei 4Afrika.

US Lawmakers scared of Huawei and ZTE. Should we also be worried?

October 9th, 2012

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A U.S congressional investigation concluded that the two Chinese telecommunications giants, Huawei Technologies Inc., and  ZTE Inc pose potential risks to their national security. The US’s worries come from the fact that the two entities receive significant funding directly from the Chinese government. The two tech firms have experienced growth, rapidly expanding worldwide especially in emerging markets, Zimbabwe [...]

Huawei holds a mobile broadband show for Zimbabwe telecoms operators

March 10th, 2012

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Last week, we visited the Huawei Mobile broadband show that ran from 22nd to 29 February in Harare. The show was held for telecommunication services providers in Zimbabwe and it was meant as a neutral platform for Huawei to showcase its product, both end user consumer products and backend infrastructure products.

It’s Nhava all over again, only this time the name is Swav

January 16th, 2012

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Good news like this press release travels fast. No sooner had it been published than Zimguardian picked it up and repeated the PR. It’s said if you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it. Eventually a big local daily newspaper, the NewsDay, picked the lie and amplified it yesterday. But in these connected times we live in there’s high risk repeating a lie; someone will eventually call you out on it.

“We are targeting at raising our subscriber base to 1 million” says TelOne

December 6th, 2011

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Yesterday, a Bulawayo state owned publication, the Chronicle, carried an article about the state owned fixed line operator, TelOne. According to the article, an infrastructure upgrade exercise is underway at TelOne as part of a multi-million dollar deal with Huawei International and Alcatel Lucent. The first phase will be complete this month, the article says, and when all work has been completed, TelOne will have a subscriber capacity of at least a million subscribers.

Econet Broadband unleashes Huawei Ideos pair

November 17th, 2011

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After we announced the launch of Huawei’s Ideos S7 Tablet in South Africa a few months ago and the company’s stated intentions to conquer Africa with affordable Android devices, Econet Wireless has come out with a double punch. The company has introduced the Huawei Ideos S7 tablet and the Ideos Google phone at $450 and $165 respectively.

Huawei Tablet PC launched in SA. Africa calling

July 7th, 2011

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Huawei, China’s ICT giant recently launched its Ideos S7 Tablet PC to the South African market. Huawei is well known as a telecoms infrastructure and enterprise hardware producer and has been moving into the consumer segment in recent years. Along with ZTE, the company is among a crop of Chinese brands that have gained ground internationally and intends to build on this while aggressively competing on pricing.