Monthly Archives: July 2020

US Economy Hit By Deepest Quarterly Plunge in 70 Years

WASHINGTON – The U.S. said Thursday its economy, ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic, plummeted 9.5% between April and June, the biggest quarterly plunge in records dating back seven decades. The second quarter economic decline translated to an annualized drop of 32.9%. The three-month drop reported by the Commerce Department, combined with a 4.8% dip from

Premium Networks Build Differentiated Competitiveness for Carriers

SHENZHEN, China, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Huawei hosted the “Premium Networks, Better Digital World” session at Better World Summit 2020. During this online session, global carriers, IDC analyst, and Huawei discussed how carriers can differentiate their services and improve networks to ensure businesses thrive. Differentiated networks will be a competitive edge for carriers The […]

5G + Cloud + IA : Huawei travaille avec les opérateurs pour alimenter les nouvelles infrastructures TIC

SHENZHEN, Chine, 30 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Lors du Sommet pour un monde meilleur (Better World Summit) 2020, Huawei a annoncé qu’elle allait travailler sans relâche avec les opérateurs mondiaux à la construction d’une nouvelle infrastructure pour les TIC, qui fonctionne avec des technologies innovantes de 5G, de cloud et d’IA, afin de faciliter la […]

5G + Cloud + AI: Huawei Works with Carriers to Power New ICT Infrastructure

SHENZHEN, China, July 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — At the Better World Summit 2020, Huawei announced that it will continuously work with global carriers to build new ICT infrastructure that runs on innovative 5G, cloud, and AI technologies to enable intelligent transformation across numerous industries. China Telecom shared how they develop differentiated 5G + cloud + […]

Vietnam Broke a 100-Day Streak Without COVID: Here Are 3 Takeaways

The new cases of COVID-19 that emerged in Vietnam’s Danang city — 30 cases since the weekend — marked an abrupt end to the Southeast Asian nation’s 100-day streak with no local transmissions of the coronavirus. It was a period of relative calm as people returned to work feeling sheltered from the pandemic that is raging outside

In Indian Capital, People Return to Restaurants to Savor Normalcy

NEW DELHI – As in other countries, India’s hospitality industry is among the worst hit sectors by the COVID-19 pandemic. Cautiously however some restaurants are reopening, prepped up to navigate a post-COVID-19 world with new norms. And although the Indian capital is one of the cities hit hard by the pandemic, four months on people