Huawei’s 2011 sales revenue touched CNY 203.929 billion, an 11.7 percent
increase over the previous year.
Sales revenue from the Chinese market was CNY 65.565 billion, an increase of
5.5 percent year-on-year.
Sales revenue from overseas markets reached CNY 138.364 billion, up 14.9
percent from the previous year.
Professional services in Europe grew more than 60 percent,
and the consumer area of the US market exceeded 100 percent growth for the
second year in a row.
Carrier Network Business
In the carrier network field, sales revenue was CNY 150.145 billion, an
increase of 3.0 percent year-on-year.
In 2011, Huawei’s Wireless Networks business achieved a sales revenue of CNY 45.911
Over the past years, Huawei has shipped over two million base transceiver
stations, serving more than 1.5 billion mobile subscribers.
Huawei has deployed more than 150 SingleRAN commercial
networks worldwide, all of which are LTE-capable.
Of the 49 LTE commercial networks that are deployed
globally, 23 use the SingleRAN LTE solution.
In 2011, Huawei was awarded six top LTE awards from around
According to GSA reports, Huawei had deployed 50 percent of
the HSPA+ commercial networks and 57 percent of the 42Mbps Dual Carrier HSPA+
networks globally as of October 28, 2011.
Sales revenue from fixed networks was CNY 49.761 billion in 2011.
In the services field, Huawei helps customers achieve business success by
listening attentively to customers, thoroughly understanding their business
operational processes, stepping up investment and development initiatives for
professional service solutions, and improving end-to-end delivery capabilities.
In 2011, revenue from Global Services amounted to CNY 34.705 billion.
In 2011, Huawei improved its global delivery capabilities by developing
specialized and globalized delivery teams.
Huawei delivered wireless products to 390,000 sites and
network products to 690,000 sites, and migrated wireless networks at 100,000
In terms of managed services, Huawei maintained and operated
115 customer networks, an increase of 53 percent over the previous year, or a
compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 70 percent over a six year
billion in 2011. The company focused on converged communications, such as fixed
mobile convergence (FMC), operation support systems/business support systems
(OSS/BSS), telecom business solutions, and telecom IT solutions.
In the BSS field, Huawei expanded its presence in the European market. Its CBS
solution was well-received by Vodafone Group and is now being used by its
Moreover, NGBSS solution is being used by e-Plus, KPNI’s
largest sub-network in Germany. In the consumer field, Huawei maintained momentum
with regards to growth.
In 2011, Huawei’s enterprise business experienced rapid
growth, with its sales revenue reaching CNY 9.164 billion, a year-on-year
increase of 57.1 percent. This growth was attributable mainly to expanded
offerings in Huawei’s overseas markets. Revenue generated from the company’s
China Region increased steadily, and business for channel partners developed
In 2011, Huawei’s consumer business increased rapidly, earning a global sales
revenue of CNY 44.62 billion, an increase of 44.3 percent year-on-year.
The overall annual shipment totaled nearly 150 million
units, including 55 million mobile phones, resulting in an increase of 30
Huawei had China’s leading market share of CDMA smartphones.
Smartphone shipments rapidly increased, with Huawei shipping nearly 20 million
smartphones, an increase of over 500 percent year-on-year.
In 2011, Huawei shipped over 60 million MBB devices
globally, ranking at the top in the global market. Huawei also shipped over 30
million home devices, with fixed access and fixed wireless terminals
consolidating their leading positions in the global market.