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Huawei joins the list of top three global innovators, jumped two place compared to last year: EU Rankings

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The 2020 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard ranks the research investment levels of 2500 companies across the globe that covers 90% of the world’s business-funded R&D.

According to the 2020 EU Industrial R&D Investment Scoreboard, Huawei heads to third place which is a jump of two places compared to last year. In 2019, the Chinese tech giant has got fifth place on the scorecard.

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Huawei’s Chief Representative to the EU Institutions said – “The EU confirms that Huawei is now among the top three innovative global companies. To maintain the European way of life for its future generations, Europe will need to use the best technologies and innovations. Huawei stands ready to team up with Europe for a joint bright future,”

Most of the global research that Huawei carries out takes place in Europe. The company has established its first research center in Sweden in the year 2000. With a series of partnerships with over 150 European universities, Huawei is deeply embedded within the ICT research ecosystem in Europe. Through this collaborative research activity, Huawei makes Europe fit for the digital age.

Huawei believes that international research collaboration strengthens EU competitiveness and contributes to climate change mitigation, thus strategically supporting the European Green Deal.

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Huawei established new Digital Energy Technology company to research on digital energy

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Huawei established a new company registered under the name Shanghai Huawei Digital Energy Technology Co. Ltd. The company has Zhou Taoyuan as its representative with a registered capital of 20 million yuan.

The main objective of the company is to research and develop the most efficient energy resources. Its work mainly involves:

  • Online energy metering technology research and development.
  • Online energy monitoring technology research and development.
  • The power industry energy-efficient technology research and development.
  • Emerging energy technology research and development.
  • Energy recovery system research and development.

The establishment of Shanghai Huawei Digital Energy Technology shows that Huawei may conduct research and development in the field of electric vehicles, deepening its existence in vehicle manufacturing.

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Looking at the equity prices of Huawei solely owns the company with 100% Digital Energy Holdings. It can be regarded as Huawei’s yet another fully owned subsidiary.

Huawei already has a number of patents registered related to the automotive industry. The Chinese tech giant is also working on a number of technologies for autonomous driving.

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There are several patents that Huawei has applied that can optimize algorithms, realize all-weather operation, automatic parking, and more.

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Huawei and GAC plans for smart electric SUV

In the related news, the GAC Group has recently announced its partnership with Huawei. Both these companies are planning for a new smart SUV that will integrate all the smart car solutions of Huawei and the resource of GAC.

It will be a pure electric vehicle. Furthermore, this smart car is said to enter mass production by the end of 2023. Read more here

(Via – It Home)

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Trump orders US companies to look for an alternative to China, stocks slide

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On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump said, “our great American companies are hereby ordered” to “immediately start looking for an alternative to China, including bringing your companies HOME and making your products in the USA.”

The U.S. President also said he is ordering all carriers, including Fed Ex, Amazon, UPS, and the Post Office, to SEARCH FOR & REFUSE,….all deliveries of Fentanyl from China (or anywhere else!). Fentanyl kills 100,000 Americans a year.

Trump bans agencies from direct purchasing of Huawei network gears and services

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President Xi said this would stop – it didn’t. Our Economy, because of our gains in the last 2 1/2 years, is MUCH larger than that of China. We will keep it that way!” he added.

Mr. Trump tweeted. “I will be responding to China’s Tariffs this afternoon.”

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The U.S. President tweets came after China hiked tariffs on $75 billion of U.S. products.

According to CNBC, Semiconductor stocks and shares of Apple slide after President Trump tweets. Shares of Apple fell as much as 4.5%, while the VanEck Vectors Semiconductor ETF declined 4%. Among the chip companies, Qualcomm slid 4.5%, Nvidia lost 4.8%, Advanced Micro Devices dropped 6.6%, Micron fell 4.2% and Broadcom slid 5.3%.

The tech-heavy Nasdaq was off 2.1%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 2.2% and the S&P 500 fell 2.4%.

Huawei reconfirms the EMUI 10 beta schedule for its smartphones

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Ren Zhengfei: Huawei to lose $30 Billion of Revenue over the next 2 Years due to U.S Ban

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Ren Zhengfei, the founder and CEO of Huawei said Monday, the company’s revenue will be $30 billion less than forecast over the next two years due to the U.S. government’s ban and ongoing trade dispute with China. He expects revenue of about $100 billion for Huawei in 2019, a decline from last year’s roughly $107 billion.

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CEO Ren during a board discussion at company headquarters in Shenzhen said (via CGTN):

“We never thought that the U.S.’s determination to attack Huawei would be so strong, so firm. We cannot get components supply, cannot participate in many international organizations, cannot work closely with many universities, cannot use anything with U.S. components, and cannot even establish a connection with networks that use such components.”

“We realized when we reached a certain level there would be competition, but it didn’t occur to us the U.S. government would be so determined to take such extreme measures against Huawei,” Ren said during a panel discussion.

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“It’s okay that certain universities don’t work with us right now because there are so many other universities out there,” the founder said.

“There is no way we can be beaten to death,” Ren said.

Well, the company still has the Chinese market, where it can sell millions of devices without any care of on-going trade situations.

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