Aziz Granpayeh

Aziz Granpayeh

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Huawei Technologies

Employees: 10000

Founded: 1987

Website: http://huawei.com

Twitter: @HuaweiPress

Huawei Technologies is a leading telecom solutions provider. Through continuous customer-centric innovation, they have established end-to-end ... More » Huawei Technologies is a leading telecom solutions provider. Through continuous customer-centric innovation, they have established end-to-end advantages in Telecom Network Infrastructure, Application & Software, Professional Services and Devices. With comprehensive strengths in wireline, wireless and IP technologies, Huawei has gained a leading position in the All-IP convergence age. Their products and solutions have been deployed in over 100 countries and have served 45 of the world’s top 50 telecom operators, as well as one third of the world’s population. Huawei Technologies has 3 divisions in the USA: Enterprise (IP Networking/routers, Wireless, Storage, Data Center Security), Carrier, Consumer Devices (smartphone/tablets), plus FutureWei Tech (their R&D Labs supporting these business groups). Their Testing Lab is based in Dallas-Plano, TX. Other offices in Santa Clara, CA. Ranked the fifth most innovative company in the world by Fast Company magazine (Feb 2010) Received the 2009 IEEE Standards Association Corporate Award (2009) Named by BusinessWeek as one of the world’s most influential companies (Dec 2008) Listed as one of the World’s Most Respected Companies compiled by The Reputation Institute and published by Forbes magazine (May 2007) *Globally ranked #3 for international patent submissions [ CrunchBase ]

Chinese firms struggle to rival Japanese, U.S. names ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion

Huawei - Huawei’s vice president Scott Sykes told AFP such moves were down to protectionism and fear of China. “We’ve been in business for 26 years, we operate in 140 countries… and there has never been a security issue of any kind, in all that time and all these places,” he said. “We were ...

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Ex-CIA director says Huawei spied for China | Money - Home

"These tired, unsubstantiated defamatory remarks are sad distractions from real-world concerns related to espionage -- industrial and otherwise -- that demand serious discussion globally," Huawei spokesman Scott Sykes said Friday. Huawei is one of the world's largest telecommunications ...

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Telecom giant Huawei denies allegations of ‘spying for China’ IndiaVision Latest Breaking News

Huawei - Head of international media affairs for Huawei, Scott Sykes said that the allegations are ‘sad distractions from real-world concerns related to espionage, industrial and otherwise, which demand serious discussion globally’, the report added...

Insight: For Cisco and Huawei, a bruising rivalry reaches stalemate | NEWS.GNOM.ES

Huawei spokesperson Scott Sykes said in response to emailed questions that “Huawei advocates transnational, fair and open competition.” Cisco denies lobbying Congress against Huawei on security issues, and has not “provided any government agency access to our networks”. And neither is ...

Insight: For Cisco and Huawei, a bruising rivalry reaches stalemate - Yahoo News

Huawei spokesperson Scott Sykes said in response to emailed questions that "Huawei advocates transnational, fair and open competition. " Cisco denies lobbying Congress against Huawei on security issues, and has not "provided any government agency access to our networks". And neither is ...

Huawei Condemns US Actions After Recent Snowden Leak of NSA Spying

“If the actions in the report are true, Huawei condemns such activities that invaded and infiltrated into our internal corporate network and monitored our communications,” Scott Sykes, Huawei vice president and head of international media affairs, said in a prepared statement. Recently ...

Trending | Texas Guardian

"Our gear is world-proven and trusted, connecting almost one-third of the world's population," Huawei spokesman Scott Sykes told Bloomberg in an email. "The motivations of those that might groundlessly purport otherwise are puzzling. " .....

Hard road to world domination for Chinese firms - Yahoo! New Zealand

Huawei - Huawei's vice president Scott Sykes told AFP such moves were down to protectionism and fear of China. "We've been in business for 26 years, we operate in 140 countries... and there has never been a security issue of any kind, in all that time and all these places," he said. "We were ...

Chinese telco giant Huawei faces skepticism in pursuit of U.S. market | PRI.ORG

Huawei - Such arguments clearly frustrate Scott Sykes, Huawei’s vice president for corporate media affairs. “We have an impeccable track record in terms of security,” he said. “Nobody disputes this fact. We’ve been in business for 25 years. We are in 140 countries. We are a $32 billion company.” ...

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