Le Burkina Faso a l’école camerounaise de la pose de la fibre optique
“… Une délégation de responsables des télécommunications du Burkina Faso séjourne actuellement au Cameroun pour s’inspirer le d’expérience camerounaise en matière de pose de la fibre optique. «Le Cameroun est en avance par rapport à nous en matière de gestion du backbone à fibre optique, parce qu’il… …”
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EdgeWave, Huawei Link Up for Adaptive Security Package

The new package combines advanced adaptive analytics from EdgeWave with Huawei’s next-generation firewall.
SAN FRANCISCO—Enterprise security provider EdgeWave revealed April 21 that it is teaming up with Chinese IT giant Huawei to provide a joint, proactive solution that enterprises can use to defend themselves against advanced cyber-threats.
The announcement was made at the RSA Conference 2015 here at the Moscone Center. Huawei decided to pull back its own press release co-announcing the news. The China-based company didn’t specifiy a reason to eWEEK.
EdgeWave said that the new package combines advanced adaptive analytics from its own EPIC Security Assurance Service with Huawei’s USG6300 Series Next Generation Firewall, which provides businesses with adaptive cyber-security features.
Adaptive defense approaches cyber-security by putting the key elements—IT, industry expertise and data intelligence—of enterprise security into a single unified framework, with a single control panel. Various options can be selected as needed to satisfy enterprise requirements.

Huawei’s firewall is used globally for providing granular application control and security policy management.

San Diego, Calif.-based EdgeWave fuses machine, threat and human intelligence to create adaptive security that identifies when an organization has been hacked, provides a remediation plan to eliminate the threat and enables organizations to adapt their security policies on the Huawei firewall.

EdgeWave, Huawei Link Up for Adaptive Security Package was originally published on Cyber Parse

‘Apple’s branding is stronger but our product is better,’ says Huawei exec

'Apple’s branding is stronger but our product is better,’ says Huawei exec At the UK launch of the TalkBand B2 smartwatch and P8 smartphone, CNET caught up with Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business group, to find out why the Chinese company needs to build trust, and why its wearables are better than Apple’s. Read more on CNET

Huawei P8 sold out in launch day in China

Huawei P8 sold out in launch day in China

The Huawei P8 will not be available globally until May, but it is now available in China, which is understandable since China is Huawei’s home country. It seems Chinese buyers were quick to grab the opportunity to own the new flagship as Huawei’s online shop Vmall lists the device as “sold out” soon after the device went live in China.

According to Huawei, the Huawei P8 will set interested…

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