Huawei's Cisco battle

Huawei's Cisco battle The recent battle between Huawei and Cisco, the two former partners, has attracted much attention. Cisco recently accused Huawei of copying and stealing Cisco code. Cisco also unilaterally ended its seven-year relationship with ZTE this week. Huawei’s sources said to Southern that Cisco’s allegations are groundless and that Cisco is the behind-the-scenes driver of the US Congress’s unfavorable report on Huawei and ZTE. “Cisco is trying to use U.S. trade protection to monopolize the U.S. market for high profits, even if Huawei and ZTE have only a small share of the US market."

On October 9, an investigation report from the Intelligence Committee of the US House of Representatives cast a shadow over the internationalization of Chinese companies. “Warning that U.S. companies with Huawei and ZTE in China will re-find suppliers. Because the operations of these two companies pose a threat to U.S. national security, Huawei and ZTE should be prohibited from participating in the telecommunications equipment business in the U.S. market.” Be sharp at any time.

Cisco accused Huawei of plagiarism

Cisco CEO Chambers early judge, Cisco will be in full swing with Huawei in the local and global markets. This judgment is now being practiced step by step. On Thursday, US time, Cisco accused Huawei of misrepresenting the facts of the 2003 copyright infringement cases of both parties and issued part of a document it referred to as confidential.

The seal of the Cisco General Counsel Marc C handler published in his blog stated that "the exact consistency of annotations and spacing not only indicates that Huawei has acquired Cisco's code, but also indicates that Cisco's code has been It is copied electronically and embedded (in Huawei's code)."

Cisco tried to use "plagiarism" to question the outside world about Huawei's ability to innovate. Earlier this year, Rob Lloyd, Cisco’s executive vice president, once pointed out: “We clearly know that our customers value Cisco’s innovative spirit, but they cannot see the same capabilities from Huawei. We clearly reiterate that imitation is not innovation."

Cisco also distributed to its customers seven pages of documents entitled "Huawei and National Security." The article states that "Huawei has difficulty separating itself from its relationship with the People's Liberation Army and the Chinese government, although it denies it publicly." Cisco this week also unilaterally announced the end of a seven-year sales partnership with ZTE.

Cisco said that the end of cooperation with ZTE "is the result of an independent investigation." Earlier this year, Zhongxing was reported to have sold Iranian computer equipment classified as banned for sale from Iran and other companies in the United States. In response to this, Cisco launched an investigation, which also led to the investigation of the US Department of Commerce, Congress, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Huawei dismisses Cisco as the "backhand behind the scenes"

Huawei countered that Huawei obtained the controversial source code from this third-party company. It also pointed out that Cisco is the behind-the-scenes promoter of the unfavorable report on Huawei and ZTE by the U.S. Congress. This is because Huawei is in the enterprise network. Many areas pose many challenges to Cisco.

Last year, Huawei restructured the enterprise business BG (business group) to fully enter the enterprise infrastructure network, unified communications and collaboration, cloud computing and data center, and enterprise information security. These are the "big granaries" of Cisco: Enterprise IT. market.

A Cisco reseller said that with a set of Cisco TelePresence videoconferencing products, the domestic price is as high as more than 2 million yuan, while similar products launched by Huawei sell for only about 1 million yuan. Although Cisco has always claimed that its product quality is superior to its competitors, it has still been taken away by many orders.

According to Huawei's corporate business strategy, by 2015, its business sales revenue will reach US$15 billion. No doubt, Huawei will squeeze Cisco's share and profits, which makes Cisco feel an unprecedented threat.

U.S. Enterprises Unimpeded in the Chinese Market

According to Huawei, according to the information released by Cisco in the first quarter results report for fiscal year 2012 as of October 29, 2011, the market share of Cisco routers has dropped from 66% to 55% in the past five years, and the market share of switches has fallen. 2% to 67%. Faced with the plight of falling profits, shrinking market value, and drastic downsizing, Cisco must keep his last private plot: the US market. Therefore, Chinese companies, including telecommunications equipment companies, are often suppressed by the innocent crimes in the U.S. market, and a trade war opened in the name of military and politics is about to begin.

On the other hand, Cisco has never heard of any sales obstacles in the Chinese market. Cisco entered the Chinese market in 1994. Last year, Cisco's revenue in China accounted for 16% of its global revenue. Nowadays, Cisco's communications equipment is widely used in China's commercial, education, government, and home communications markets. If it is in the United States, at least Chinese companies are absolutely prohibited from entering the government communications equipment market. If China also treats US companies in the Chinese market with the same attitude, it will not be possible for Cisco to occupy the Chinese IT communications equipment market.

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