Friday April 3, 2020

Huawei eyes up market for data-centre gear

Dell, Cisco, Lenovo and others need to be wary

4th September, 2016
Huawei will have to satisfy the most notoriously strict regulatory environment on the continent. Photo: Bloomberg

Chinese hardware company Huawei laid waste to a once fertile computing sector in Europe and then took over the smartphone industry in China. And now it aims to break into another corner of the tech business.

Attention Dell, Cisco, Lenovo and others: be afraid. Be very afraid.

Huawei is training its sights on selling computing gear for the world’s biggest data centres, which are the invisible locomotives of the digital world. These giant buildings packed...

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