Huawei - Statistics & Facts
Statistics and facts about Huawei
Huawei is a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and services company headquartered in Guangdong, China. Founded in 1987, the company originally focused on manufacturing phone switches, but has expanded its operations to building telecommunications networks and manufacturing communications devices. Huawei works with some of the world’s largest telecoms operators, counting British Telecom (BT), Vodafone, Orange, and T-Mobile among its notable partners. This continued success has made the company one of the top brands in China, an estimated its brand value of more than 18 billion U.S. dollars.
Huawei’s revenue has consistently increased since 2007, and has reached the highest figure to date in 2015. The company is split into three core business segments – carrier network business, enterprise business, and consumer business. Its carrier network business is the company’s most lucrative segment, with the consumer business sector being the second most profitable one. Although Huawei has developed into a global company, a large proportion of its revenue is still generated in its domestic market. As of 2015, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa are the second largest and most important markets for the company.
Huawei is the largest network service provider in the world, accounting for about a quarter of the global market share. Huawei is also the leading manufacturer of VoIP and IMS equipment with about 28 percent of the global market. Ericsson is the company’s closest competitor in both markets. Another market led by the Chinese telecom giant is the optical telecom equipment market, where Huawei remains the dominant force with a global market share of around 20 percent. ZTE and Ciena are Huawei’s main competitors in the optical telecom equipment market. The company is also one of the main players in the routers, telecom equipment, and ethernet switch market.
Although Huawei supplies many white-label products for other content-service providers, it also produces and sells a variety of devices under its own name. As of the third quarter of 2016, the company held a share of around nine percent of the global smartphone market, selling more than 90 million smartphones in the first three quarters of 2016 alone.
|Huawei's revenue||521.6bn Yuan||Details →|
|Consumer business segment revenue of Huawei||180bn Yuan||Details →|
|Huawei's revenue in China||236.5bn Yuan||Details →|
|Net profit of Huawei||37bn Yuan||Details →|
|Total assets of Huawei||443.6bn Yuan||Details →|
|Huawei's market share of the IT networks market||19.3%||Details →|
|Network service share of Huawei||25.5%||Details →|
|Server unit shipments from Huawei 4Q'16||245.6k||Details →|
|Huawei's revenue from ethernet switch sales 4Q'16||660.5m USD||Details →|
|Enterprise WLAN market share of Huawei 4Q'16||6.2%||Details →|
- Revenue of Huawei 2007-2016+Revenue of Huawei 2007-2016
Revenue of Huawei from 2007 to 2016 (in billion yuan)
- Ethernet switch quarterly market share globally 2011-2016, by vendor+Ethernet switch quarterly market share globally 2011-2016, by vendor
Quarterly share of the Ethernet switch market worldwide, from 2011 to 2016, by vendor
- Market share of Huawei global smartphone shipments 2012-2016, by quarter+Market share of Huawei global smartphone shipments 2012-2016, by quarter
Global market share held by Huawei in the smartphone market from 2012 to 2016, by quarter
- China: production of cell phones by month March 2017China: production of cell phones by month March 2017
- Worldwide telecom equipment spending forecast 2015-2020Worldwide telecom equipment spending forecast 2015-2020
- Smartphone sales revenue worldwide 2013-2016Smartphone sales revenue worldwide 2013-2016
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