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Huawei Wins World's First Tier IV-Ready Certification

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sarcher60555,
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8/7/2018 | 7:23:20 AM
Re: hi
Huawei was founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei, but your comments are valid.
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8/1/2018 | 3:38:54 AM
hi
And to think that just a few years ago, Huawei wasn't a known brand at all. It just goes to show how a little bit of innovation and hard work can go a long way. And apparently if you're Chinese, you can probably do everything at twice the speed too. I really can't imagine what other innovations and upgrades we'll start seeing from this company now that they're on a roll with this new technology now.
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