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krisi
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
krisi   4/11/2012 2:16:25 PM
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To @ibm221: What is "wassenaar arrangement"?

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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
ibm221   4/11/2012 5:25:21 AM
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yeah, thanks to wassenaar arrangement. otherwise the TSMC/UMC new fabs will locate at the otherside..

krisi
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
krisi   4/11/2012 2:40:53 AM
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I guess this deal confirms that IC design industry in China has still not caught up to US performance levels...but it might be only question of time...Kris

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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
jm_1459   2/25/2012 1:59:50 PM
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I wonder what percentage of Qualcomm et al's fabrication output this is .. could it also be a case of denying manufacturing opportunities to competitors .. ?

chanj0
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
chanj0   2/22/2012 5:15:18 PM
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What Huawei is going to benefit if they create jobs in US. There are some number of engineers and engineering executive in Huawei which are as good as US engineers and executives. If their intention is to build a leading communication equipment vendors, would they rather home grow their technical competency? Unless they are absorbing the talents who leave Cisco & Juniper.

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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
eewiz   2/22/2012 3:51:03 PM
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"Huawei said the three-year OEM contracts awarded to the U.S. companies will directly and indirectly create tens of thousands of jobs for U.S. business while contributing to growth and development opportunities for California. " what about the loss of jobs at Cisco & Juniper ?

ibm221
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
ibm221   2/22/2012 12:25:29 AM
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HW 's true intention is to show US they can take some or alot US spygears. why US behaves so paranoid? Is it a mental problem ?

ibm221
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
ibm221   2/22/2012 12:23:04 AM
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HW 's true intention is to show US they can take some/alot US spygears. why US behaves so paranoid?

Kinnar
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
Kinnar   2/21/2012 7:05:04 PM
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This is nothing shocking as this seems the regular inventory purchase of Huawei. Huawei is the largest telecom manufacturing company of the most populated country so the inventory will be also very huge. But it is really a big deal as it speaks the duration of 3 years.

KB3001
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re: Huawei places $6-billion chip order with U.S.
KB3001   2/21/2012 4:53:43 PM
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Surely it's partly for this purpose, yes.

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