Cisco (CSCO) considers Huawei Technologies a tough competitor, as do many other networking...


Cisco (CSCO) considers Huawei Technologies a tough competitor, as do many other networking giants (I, II), and an in-depth Globe and Mail piece helps explain why. The rapidly growing Chinese upstart sells everything from consumer tablets to high-end routers; will drastically undercut Western firms to win major telecom deals; and employs 46% of its 120K employees in R&D.
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  • Native Texan
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    In China they call it "R&D".

     

    When said "R&D" takes place in China, it's what we in the West refer to as "Theft", "Corporate & Cyber Espionage", "Copyright, Patent and Trademark Infringement".
    28 Nov 2011, 04:51 PM Reply Like
  • davidbdc
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    Well we can say what we'd like about IP theft - and its rampant in China and Russia and most emerging markets.

     

    But let also point out that Chinese firms are preparing for the long haul.... American multi-nationals fire 10% of R&D to meet next quarters .27 earnings. Meanwhile Chinese firms build for the future!

     

    And we wonder where the jobs are at?
    28 Nov 2011, 06:18 PM Reply Like
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