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Huawei India R&D center as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility program is committed to supporting local communities and works hand-in-hand with community organizations to deliver basic necessities.
Huawei R&D Center has been setting up clean drinking water facilities (RO Plants) in several villages every year in Bengaluru, in partnership with the MLA of Mahadevapura, and Former Minister - Higher Education and Health, Government of Karnataka, Shri Arvind Limbavali.
In continuation of our drinking water project, we launched yet another facility in Immadihalli village, Whitefield, which will help over 500 families in the village have access to clean drinking water every day.
"5G has come. Powerful networks deliver optimal user experiences. Advanced algorithms ensure optimal performance. Autonomous driving networks empower the most efficient operation and maintenance. This is what we aim to help operators achieve with 5G," said Edward Deng.
Huawei says first-half revenue rises 15 percent to $47.7 billion, Reuters, By Sijia Jiang, 7/30/2018: China’s Huawei Technologies, the world’s third-largest smartphone maker, said on Tuesday first-half revenue rose 15 percent, the same as last year and the slowest growth since 2013. The Shenzhen-based company said revenue was $47.7 billion, due to solid performance across its operations including smartphones, telecom equipment and enterprise services.
Huawei leaps Apple as world's second-best selling phone maker, UPI, By Sommer Brokaw, 8/1/2018: For the first time in its history, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei ranks as the second-best selling cellphone vendor in the world, surpassing Apple and gaining on world-leader Samsung. Huawei sold about 54 million phones in the last quarter, leaping over Apple to second place, research firms International Data Corporation, Counterpoint Research, IHS Markit and Canalys said. Huawei's share of the market is now at just under 16 percent, compared to Apple's 12.1 percent. The Chinese smartphone maker also grew about 40 percent compared to last year.