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Huawei to license its 5G networking technology to U.S. carri
« on: October 21, 2019, 01:33:34 PM »



Earlier this month, we told you that the Trump administration had painted itself into a corner by banning Huawei, the world's largest networking equipment company, from providing gear to U.S. carriers. The problem is that U.S. tech companies don't offer the necessary technology to help American wireless operators build out their 5G networks. And Huawei's competitors, like Nokia and Ericsson, are more expensive. U.S. officials tried to get domestic tech firms like Cisco and Oracle to produce this equipment, but both declined stating that it would take too much time and money for them to enter this business.

Besides having its products banned in the U.S., Huawei cannot access the American supply chain it spent $11 billion on last year. It is all because U.S. lawmakers consider Huawei to be a security threat to the country because of a law in China. Under this law, the communist regime can demand that Huawei gather intelligence on American companies and consumers and send it back to Beijing. As a result, there is a fear that Huawei's products-both phones and networking equipment-contain a backdoor that can be used as a conduit for this intelligence. Huawei, of course, has repeatedly denied this allegation.



 

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