China has succeeded in establishing its feet in the global communications and technology market through many entities, the most important of which is Huawei, known worldwide as the Chinese telecom giant.
Over recent years, Huawei has succeeded in creating advanced technology in the manufacture of smart phones and developing new generations of communication networks, so that it has become an effective and indispensable element in the international telecommunications community.
Now Huawei leads the world in sales of smartphones, with supplies of about 55.8 million phones during the second quarter of 2020.
Huawei is now seen as a symbol of the years-long struggle between China and the United States to dominate the global technology sector.
This issue emerged earlier this year after the US campaign to crack down on the Chinese telecommunications giant “Huawei”, which Washington fears is a tool in the hands of Chinese intelligence to spy on global communications, which the Chinese technology giant denies.
Last May, the US Department of Commerce announced that it intends to prevent Huawei from supplying supplies of globally connected devices, which the Chinese company considers threatening its continuity.
According to the global statistics site “statista”, Huawei succeeded in removing the Korean company Samsung from the top of sales, by acquiring a market share of 20% of the global smartphone sales in the second quarter of this year.
The Chinese company, which was founded in 1987, its products invade more than 170 markets around the world, which makes it have a unique global distribution network, competing with other international phone companies.
According to the official data published on the official website of Huawei, the number of users of its phones exceeds 3 billion people, and the company employs more than 194 thousand employees.
Huawei is the first telecommunications company in the world to introduce the fourth generation network technology in the world, and it is also one of the leaders now in developing the fifth generation network that will change the concept of communication in the world by developing the concept of the Internet of Things.
In terms of the company’s business results, Huawei achieved in the first half of this year 2020 revenues of 454 billion yuan, equivalent to 68.1 billion dollars, an annual increase of 13.1%.
Despite the repercussions of the emerging corona virus pandemic, the Chinese telecom giant aims to achieve more than $ 100 billion in revenue by the end of 2020.
The company ranked 49th globally in the Fortune Global 500 ranking for 2020, which includes the 500 largest companies in the world.
Huawei’s vision and mission is to provide digital service to every person, home and organization for a fully connected smart world.
In light of this, Huawei is working to develop artificial intelligence and cloud services and build digital platforms that help organizations become more flexible and efficient.