Huawei continues planting seeds

“There needs to be more collaboration between the private sector, the public sector and universities to offer more opportunities like this in the ICT sector.” – Valene Rampersad.

US gives Huawei the cold war shoulder

Huawei has set sales revenue this year at $125 billion and expects some of that revenue to come from the billions that it has invested in developing 5G infrastructure.

Huawei responds to Google ban

“…services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.” – The Android Team

Adventures in chlorine

Above: At the very edge. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1174 for December 06 The guy had to be trolling me. Every time I stretched out to […]

Huawei announces AI strategy

Above: Huawei Rotating Chairman Eric Xu at Huawei Connect 2018. Photo courtesy Huawei. Huawei predicts that by 2025, the world will see upwards of 40 billion personal […]

TSTT: “WTTx for the win.”

Above: A TSTT WTTx tower in Diego Martin. Photo courtesy TSTT. Originally published in Newsday’s BusinessDay on October 04, 2018 Everything you need to know about WTTx, […]

Forbes: Huawei to exit US Market

According to a Forbes report, Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei is expected to shutter its market focused operations in the United States. This follows months of challenge […]

Huawei plants more local ‘seeds’

Above: Professor Sarim Al-Zubaidy congratulates Mr Zhaobo of Huawei after the signing of the MOU. Photographs by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1137 for March 22, 2018 On Tuesday, Huawei […]

Huawei announces second Telecom Seeds programme

Above: From left to right: UTT student, Angsar Doolan; Dr. Marisha Rawlins, UTT Programme Leader for Bachelor’s ICT; UTT student, Nicholas Glasgow; UTT student, Alison Morris; Huawei […]

TechRemix on the Tobago ICT summit

Above: Attendees at the Tobago ICT Summit. Photo courtesy the THA. The TechRemix interviews Phil Edwards, CEO of Tobago Information Technology Limited about the Tobago ICT […]