Huawei

    • EU will not ban Huawei 5G products...yet

      EU will not ban Huawei 5G products...yet

      The European Union’s current approach to potential cybersecurity threats posed by Huawei 5G products is increased security instead of an outright ban. This became clear on Tuesday after the issue was the subject of new recommendations presented  by the European Commission in response to US calls to boycott the electronics giant over fears around its connection to the Chinese government.

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    • EU to reject ban on Huawei

      EU to reject ban on Huawei

      The European Commission will call on EU Member States next week to share more data to tackle cybersecurity risks related to 5G networks but will reportedly ignore US calls to ban Huawei Technologies, four people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Friday.

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    • EU debates banning Huawei from 5G networks

      EU debates banning Huawei from 5G networks

      The European Union is reportedly considering to ban Huawei from participating in the trading bloc’s next-generation mobile networks in a move that might both worsen company's troubles in a vital market and prevent Europe from remaining competitive with other regions when it comes to 5G networks. 

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    • White House to bar Huawei, ZTE purchases

      White House to bar Huawei, ZTE purchases

      US pressure on Chinese telecommunications equipment providers was increased once again yesterday after Reuters reported that President Donald Trump is considering an executive order to declare a national emergency, which would bar US companies from using network gear made by two of the world’s biggest telecoms equipment suppliers - Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp. The planned order follows a passage of a defence policy bill in August that was never issued, but reportedly barred the US government itself from using Huawei and ZTE equipment.

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    • Trump bans use of Huawei and ZTE

      Trump bans use of Huawei and ZTE

      Huawei and ZTE technology will be banned from use by the US employees, contractors and agencies as an addendum to a larger defense bill, the Defense Authorization Act, which President Donald Trump signed into law on Monday. it will come into effect over the next two years  

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