Guo Ping

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Huawei’s aggressive ways have been cast in a new light as scrutiny on the company intensifies. Photograph: Reuters

Earthquakes, terrorist attacks and low oxygen levels on Mount Everest could not hold them back. As Chinese tech giant Huawei expanded around the globe(...)

Guo Ping of Huawei and Dr Patrick Prendergast, provost of Trinity College. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said the company’s expanding Irish operations are a “strong endorsement of Ireland’s tech credentials”. Photograph: iStock

Chinese phone provider Huawei has partnered with Trinity College Dublin as it aims to grow its research and development (R&D) output in Ireland. (...)

Guo Ping, a deputy chairman of Chinese communicaitons giant Huawei and one of its rotating chief executives, who will  will sign a research collaboration accord with Trinity College  on Monday.

Monday December 11th Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Nov); US consumer inflation expectations (Nov). Meetings: Trinity and Huawei sign researc(...)

Pictured at the Huawei Ireland Broadband Forum are Miriam O’Callaghan, Eircom chief executive Herb Hribar, Imagine Chairman Sean Bolger, BT Ireland chief executive Colm O’Neill, and William Batt, partner at Indecon International Economic. Picture Jason Clarke Photography

Deputy chairman of the board and rotating chief executive with Huawei, Guo Ping has told an audience of Irish broadband industry experts that the C(...)

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