- We set up the Financial Risk Control Center (FRCC) in London to manage global financial risks and ensure that our financial operations remain efficient, secure, and standard-compliant. Our European Logistics Center was put into official operation in Hungary, covering countries throughout Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, and Africa.
- As a major facilitator of 5G projects initiated by the European Union and a founding member of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) in the UK, we released a 5G white paper, proactively constructed a global 5G ecosystem, and carried out joint research in close collaboration with more than 20 universities worldwide. We played an active role in contributing to the development of future wireless technologies, industry standards, and the industry chain.
- Our commercial 400G router solution was recognized by 49 customers and put into large-scale commercial use. We were the first to launch a 1T router line card for backbone routers, a super-large-capacity 40T WDM prototype, and a new AOSN architecture.
- We remained the leader in commercial LTE deployment worldwide. Our solutions have been deployed in more than 100 capital cities and nine financial centers.
- We launched the world’s first service- and user experience-centric agile network architecture, along with the first-of-its-kind agile switch S12700. These offerings are ideal for such new applications as cloud computing, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Internet of Things (IoT), multi-service support, and Big Data.
- By adhering to a consumer-centric approach and a “Make it Possible” brand proposition, we continued to focus on a quality strategy. Our flagship device, the Ascend P6, achieved extraordinary results in terms of both brand awareness and profit. Historical breakthroughs were made in our smartphone business, and we were ranked among the top three globally. Global brand awareness of our mobile phones saw an annual increase of 110%.
- Continuously promoted globalized operations, stepped up investments in Europe, invested more in the UK, established a new R&D center in Finland, and set up local boards of directors (BODs) and advisory boards in France and the UK.
- Contributed 20% of all approved standards applications for 3GPP LTE Core Specifications.
- Unveiled the industry's first 400G DWDM optical transport system and launched 480G line card that has the industry's largest capacity in the IP field.
- Partnered with customers in 33 countries in cloud computing and built the world’s largest desktop cloud, which is used by approximately 70,000 employees for work every day.
- Launched middle-range and high-end flagship smartphones, such as the Ascend P1, Ascend D1 Quad, and Honor, whose sales soared in developed countries.
- Unveiled the GigaSite and solution U2Net architecture.
- Build 20 cloud computing data centers.
- Shipped approximately 20 million smartphones.
- Acquired Symantec's shares in Huawei Symantec at US$530 million.
- Established the 2012 Laboratories.
- Launched the HUAWEI SmartCare service solution.
- Received six top LTE awards.
- Deployed over 80 SingleRAN networks among which 28 were commercial LTE/EPC networks
- Established its Cyber Security Evaluation Centre in the UK
- Signed a Voluntary Green Agreement with the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)
- Joined the UN Broadband Commission for Digital Development
- Awarded the"2010 Corporate Use of Innovation Award" by The Economist
- Ranks No.2 in global market share of radio access equipment
- Successfully delivers the world' s first LTE/EPC commercial network for TeliaSonera in Oslo Norway
- Launches the world' s first end-to-end 100G solution from routers to transmission system
- Receives "2009 Corporate Award" from IEEE Standards Association(IEEE-SA)
- Receives the Financial Times' Arcelor Mittal Boldness in Business award for performance in and contribution to emerging markets and ranks the fifth most innovative company in the world by Fast Company
- Achieves a year-on-year decrease of more than 20% in resource consumption by Huawei's main products; deploys over 3,000 sites powered by alternative energies around the world
- Recognized by BusinessWeek as one of the world' s most influential companies
- Ranks No. 3 by Informa in terms of worldwide market share in mobile network equipment
- First large scale commercial deployment of UMTS/HSPA in North America, for TELUS and Bell Canada
- Ranks No. 1 by ABI in mobile broadband devices having shipped over 20 million units
- Largest applicant under WIPO's Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), with 1,737 applications published in 2008; accounts for 10% of LTE patents worldwide
- Establishes joint venture with Symantec, to develop storage and security appliances
- Establishes joint venture with Global Marine, to provide end-to-end submarine network solutions
- A partner to all the top operators in Europe at the end of 2007
- Won 2007 Global Supplier Award by Vodafone. Was the only network equipment supplier to be awarded this specific accolade
- Unveils its ALL IP FMC solutions strategy designed to leverage distinct benefits for telecom carriers, from TCO savings to reduced energy consumption
- Divests 49 percent stake in H3C for USD880 million
- Establishes Shanghai-based joint R&D Center with Motorola to develop UMTS technologies
- Introduced new visual identity (VI). The new VI reflects our principles of customer-focus, innovation, steady and sustainable growth, and harmony.
- International contract orders exceed domestic sales for the first time
- Selects as a preferred telecoms equipment supplier and signs Global Framework Agreement with Vodafone,
- Selects as a preferred 21Century Network (21CN) supplier by British Telecom (BT) to provide multi-service network access (MSAN) components and optical transmission equipment
- Establishes joint venture with Siemens to develop TD-SCDMA solutions
- Achieves first significant contract win in Europe valued at over USD25 million with Dutch operator, Telfort
- Establishes joint venture with 3Com focusing on enterprise data networking solutions
- International market sales reaches USD552 million
- Divests non-core subsidiary Avansys to Emerson for USD750 million
- Establishes four R&D centers in the United States
- Joins International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
- Establishes R&D center in Stockholm, Sweden
- USD100 million generates from international markets
- Establishes R&D centre in Bangalore, India, which achieves CMM level-4 accreditation in Year 2001 and CMM level-5 accreditation in Year 2003
- Launches wireless GSM-based solutions
- Expands into metropolitan areas of China in Year 1998
- Generates sales of RMB1.5 billion in Year 1995, mainly derived from rural markets in China
- Initiates R&D and launches rural digital switching solution
- Embarks on independent research and commercialization of PBX technologies targeting hotels and small enterprises
- Establishes in Shenzhen with as sales agent for Hong Kong company producing Private Branch Exchange (PBX) switches