ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, today announced the completion of the multi-vendor interoperability test organized by European Advanced Networking Test Center (EANTC).
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Germany has revealed that it does not plan to exclude Chinese telecom giant Huawei from its 5G rollout so long as it complies with national security requirements.
Belgium’s center for cybersecurity has cleared Huawei after finding no evidence that suggests the tech giant’s telecoms equipment could be used for spying on behalf of the Chinese government.
A survey shows that over the past two years, 9 in 10 critical infrastructure providers have been hit by 2 or more cyber attacks. A majority of the cyber attack victims have had their environments damaged, leaving their systems out of action, after at least one attack.
Foxconn boss Terry Gou hinted he would soon step back from frontline operations while remaining at the helm of the major Apple supplier. The firm said its billionaire founder would not be relinquishing his role as chairman, rebutting earlier media reports.
Vodafone Australia CEO Inaki Berroeta has slammed the Australian government for banning Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei from participating in the forthcoming nationwide rollout of 5G and has said that the operator should be entitled to compensation.
Chinese regulators have launched an investigation into Ericsson’s patent licensing practices following complaints against the company’s intellectual property licensing practices as the race for 5G escalates in China.
South Korea, a beacon of technological prowess and vision has stepped up its effort to establish itself as the global leader in 5G by announcing plans to invest $26bn in its 5G ecosystem.
The Department of Telecommunications in India offers a conditional approval to Bharti Airtel’s planned acquisition of Tata Teleservices (TTSL) on the condition that the operator provides a bank guarantee of $1.23 billion (85 billion rupees) to cover spectrum charges.
U.S. security concerns about 5G mobile networks built by Chinese telecoms giant Huawei appear to be driven by politics and trade rather than any evidence, the head of the U.N. internet and telecoms agency said on Friday.