Huawei is successfully installing its 5G networks in the UK despite calls from authorities in the US and other places to ban the company’s 5G networks. The British government went ahead to approve the company’s participation in what they called “non-core” parts of its next-gen roll-out. Currently it already has a presence in similar areas of the 4G network in the region. Such presence include antennas and other network components.
Authorities like the UN are obviously not in agreement with the US claims regarding Huawei’s 5G networks and its envisaged negative impact if allowed, they called it a politically motivated result. The UK previously said it leaned towards these limitations without enacting a total ban. Within the UK territories, GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming said recently that it needed to understand the “threats posed” by Chinese technology.
Theresa May has given Huawei green light to supply technology for new 5G network despite objections from US & ministers
NSC agreed to allow Huawei to supply ‘non-core’ infrastructure
Javid, Hunt, Williamson, Fox, & Mordaunt raised concernshttps://t.co/8OGbgZ2hn7
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