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Dublin-based Huawei subsidiary Aspiegel  controls of most of the Chinese company’s mobile software services and began trading in 2018.  Photograph: iStock

Revenues at Huawei subsidiary Aspiegel rose to €211 million in 2020, from €90 million a year earlier, new accounts filed by the company show. The Du(...)

Pretax profits at Huawei’s Irish business totalled €5.99 million last year, up from €5.53 million in 2019.

Huawei’s main Irish subsidiary has reported a 10.5 per cent decline in full-year revenues but profits remained stable despite what the company called (...)

Huawei says the 100 new jobs will be based mainly at its Dublin headquarters and across operations in Cork and Athlone

Huawei is to create 110 new jobs by the end of 2022. The Chinese telecoms company says it also intends to invest €80 million in research and developme(...)

Eir recently reaffirmed it has no plans to drop Huawei from its network despite pressure from the US government on telcos globally to do so.

The Irish arm of Chinese telecoms company Huawei has warned of the impact of the Covid crisis on the business as it reported a sharp rise in profits a(...)

A re-education camp for ethnic Uighur in Hotan, in China’s Xinjiang province. Photograph: Gilles Sabrié/The New York Times

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is in the news after the UK declared that it would remove it from its 5G networks by 2027, because of fears that it is t(...)

Huawei is focusing on bolstering its own mobile services. Photograph:  Adrian Dennis/AFP

Huawei has announced a new £20 million (€23.3 million) incentive to encourage software developers in Ireland and Britain to create apps and services f(...)

Chinese President Xi. There are concerns over Xi’s Communist Party’s close links with Chinese companies. Photograph:  Feng Li/Reuters

Some might raise an eyebrow at the idea of Chinese money flooding into Ireland, but entrepreneur Maurice Healy has no truck with the naysayers. When i(...)

Jijay Shen: “Huawei will continue to invest in Ireland and to co-operate with operators to provide the best technology for broadband and mobile.”  Photograph: Jason Clarke

It’s not often you run into a Chinese person willing to give a view on who will win the All-Ireland final but Jijay Shen, Huawei’s man in Ireland, is (...)

Huawei mobile services allow users to access the company’s  smartphone apps and to store personal information, including payment details, in the cloud. Photograph: Reuters

Huawei has in recent months transferred many of its mobile software services to an Irish subsidiary called Aspiegel Limited. Some industry insiders s(...)