Growth has nothing to do with NSA fears...
... so it will be perfectly legit if Snowden moves to China for a nicely cushioned job. Just thinking out loud here.
Chinese kit-maker Huawei isn't apportioning swelling sales outside the Middle Kingdom to NSA snooping fears, more that double digit growth in Europe is related to brand recognition a decade after it up shop there. According to 2014 numbers, the global Carrier operation climbed 16.4 to ¥192bn (£19.7bn), the Consumer division …
Notwithstanding OBAMA'S anti-Huawei sales trip a year or so ago, Huawei has prevailed and proven the man wrong. Dead wrong.
Australia, ever the USA's brown-noser, forswore the use of Chinese hardware - Britain seems confused, harking after the US policy yet letting Huawei open cybersecurity testing centre in UK partnering with CESG, which is a part of government intelligence agency GCHQ.
It appears on many fronts China is outpacing the USA - which makes accommodating NSA's desires to break product security short-sighted at best.
Back in BeiJing Intel and Huawei are partnering a new WiMAX Interoperability Testing laboratory.
Good for Huawei!
Over the last several decades China has not invaded anyone, bombed anyone, drone attacked anyone, or opened any new military bases outside of its own borders. Food for thought.
I guess that Dalai Lama bloke just made it up...
"Over the last several decades China has not invaded anyone, bombed anyone, drone attacked anyone, or opened any new military bases outside of its own borders. Food for thought"
You've never heard of Tibet then, have you?
Given what we know about the spying on companies carried out by the NSA - and other US «[un]intelligence agencies» - for the commercial benefit of competitors headquartered in the US, any claims from these agencies that a certain foreign company builds backdoors in its equipment which relay information to the spy agencies of its home country should be taken cum grano salis and regarded as the thief-crying-thief manoeuvres they so obviously are. Those who believe that, e g, Cisco kit is less likely to contain backdoors than Huawei counterparts are naive or disingenuous....
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