Huawei launches Data Center and Power Supply Solutions for small and edge computing scenarios

Huawei launches Data Center and Power Supply Solutions. Huawei promised to make any room a data center as it outlined a new, smart modular data center solution for small and edge computing scenarios, including three data center products — FusionModule2… Continue reading Huawei launches Data Center and Power Supply Solutions for small and edge computing scenarios

FCC Boots Chinese Telecom Companies, Citing Security

The Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau on March 12 identified five Chinese companies they said posed a threat to U.S. national security. These companies are: Huawei Technologies Co., ZTE Corp., Hytera … Continue reading FCC Boots Chinese Telecom Companies, Citing Security

Global WLAN market revenue continues to increase

Worldwide revenue for the combined consumer and enterprise WLAN market segments increased 17.9% year over year in the fourth quarter of 2020 (4Q20) and grew 10.3% for the full year, according to IDC. The enterprise segment grew revenues an impressive 1… Continue reading Global WLAN market revenue continues to increase

5G slicing will generate $20 billion in revenue

5G slicing is a crucial enabler of new business models and a key concept to empower the potential of 5G. Communications Service Providers (CSPs) can slice their network assets using different criteria such as mobility, security, or traffic types. Using… Continue reading 5G slicing will generate $20 billion in revenue

Biden signs executive order demanding supply chain security review

President Joe Biden signed an executive order on Wednesday directing federal agencies to conduct a review of supply chain security risks in industries including information technology. While a significant goal of the order is to address shortages of a wide assortment of critical imported components such as electric batteries and pharmaceuticals, it does include a mandated review of the information and communications technology sector. A prominent justification for the review is a desire to rely less on semiconductors manufactured overseas. Biden, at a news conference to herald his signing of the executive order, said “we need to make sure these supply chains are secure and reliable.” It’s an issue, he said, “of both concern for economic security as well as our national security.” Espionage remains a significant concern, as well, after hackers leveraged access in a federal contractor to gather sensitive from throughout the U.S. government. The supply chain danger […]

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Pro-Huawei influence campaign exploits AI, fake content to prop up firm

A pro-Huawei network of inauthentic Twitter accounts began a campaign last month railing against Belgium’s recent decision to limit 5G technology vendors it deems “high-risk,” according to Graphika research published Friday. Belgium’s plan on 5G vendors, which seeks to limit vendors that are “subject to interference from a non-EU country,” is widely believed to act as a curb on Chinese companies such as Huawei and ZTE. Governments around the world, including the U.S., have suggested that Beijing could force Huawei to comply with the Chinese government’s requests. The network of 14 accounts has been online since 2017, but only kicked into gear last year when they began tweeting about how Belgium’s plan is bad and how Huawei is a good business partner, according to the Graphika research. The campaign didn’t gain a lot of attention, according to the research. But for Graphika researcher Ben Nimmo, the campaign represents a new […]

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Watch out as new Android malware spreads through WhatsApp

By Sudais Asif
The malware takes advantage of WhatsApp’s auto-reply feature to spread itself. Here’s the video showing what the malware does.
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