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us-china battle over huawei comes to head at tech show

by:Dolight LED Panel     2019-10-06
Barcelona, Spain-
Global war between the United States and the United StatesS.
The Chinese government and Chinese tech firm Huawei have been accused of cyber security risks that have overshadowed the opening of the world\'s largest mobile trade fair on Monday.
Huawei has a huge influence in the MWC in Barcelona, from the display of the three independent showrooms to the red sponsorship logo decorating the visitor pass lanyard.
This year\'s meeting focused on the new 5g network to be launched in the coming years.
But the controversy over Huawei, the world\'s largest maker of network devices, is casting a shadow.
The US government sent a large delegation to pressure telecom executives and government officials on the case, saying they should not use Huawei as a supplier for national security reasons. U. S.
The administration of US President Donald Trump says the Chinese government can use Huawei devices to spy on global Internet traffic.
Huawei denied the allegations, saying there was no evidence of cyber security violations.
In a new attackS.
On Monday, senators called on the federal government to ban solar inverters
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Huawei says they pose a threat to national security in the United States. S.
Energy infrastructure
Huawei\'s counter-offensive measures include direct statements to government officials, companies and journalists.
It launched a new folding 5g phone, and its executives spoke to the theme group at the show.
The program, formerly known as the Mobile World Congress, is a key forum for lobbying and trading
It is expected to attract 100,000 tourists.
\"Geopolitical tensions between the United StatesS. A.
There is no doubt that China will be a hot topic, \"said Sean Collins, CEO of CCS Insight, a research firm.
\"There is no doubt that operators around the world are concerned that severe sanctions on their ability to use Huawei\'s 5g infrastructure could adversely affect their 5g promotion program.
\"Behind closed doors, AmericaS.
Officials have always suggested that Sweden\'s Ericsson and Finland\'s Nokia should be the preferred supplier, but the equipment of telecom suppliers such as Huawei is cheap and of good quality.
This helps reduce the cost of customers using the new 5g network, which guarantees lightning fast download speed and less signal lag-
Contribute to the development of self-improvement
Driving cars, factory robots and remote surgery.
At Huawei\'s sprawling main pavilion, the company presents virtual reality racing games that use 5g to provide clearer graphics and faster response times than 4g.
\"They are absolutely cost-effective compared to other large global suppliers,\" said Vice President Sharif Shah Jamar Raz
President of mobile operator Robi Axiata in Bangladesh and his colleagues inspected the display of Huawei network base stations and modular antennas.
Trump said on Twitter last week that he wants the United StatesS.
Catch up with the 5g competition through competition, \"not by blocking the current more advanced technology.
Although he did not mention China and Huawei, the comments could be seen as more moderate --
The company has been blocked by the United States, but the company has not taken action. S.
Guo Ping, one of three Huawei executives who took turns as chairman, told reporters on Sunday that he read Trump\'s Twitter to recognize the United States. S.
The need for faster internet networks is lagging behind in this regard.
Guo stressed that his company \"will never allow back doors to be used in our equipment\" and will never violate the laws and regulations of the country in which it operates. U. S.
European allies are still considering allowing Huawei devices into the 5g network, and it is unclear whether Washington\'s lobbying campaign will have an impact, which some believe is a calculation of technical risks, not part of a broader battle of technological hegemony between China and the United States. S.
Ericsson CEO Berger Ekholm said countries faced \"key decisions\" when launching the 5g network \".
\"When we talk to customers, they feel uncertain and they are worried,\" Ekholm said at the MWC show . \".
The ban on Huawei could delay the launch of 5g in Europe in two years, said Nick Reid, CEO of Vodafone, one of the world\'s largest mobile operators.
\"That means you have to do a lot of equipment exchange.
For national infrastructure, consumers (and)
Very, very expensive, \"he said.
Jeremy Fleming, head of Britain\'s government watchdog, said on Monday that China\'s dominance in technology poses complex strategic challenges.
According to a transcript, \"we must understand the opportunities and threats offered by Chinese technology,\" Fleming said in a speech in Singapore . \".
\"We must have a clear view of the impact of China\'s technology acquisition strategy in the West.
\"The UK government is reviewing the risks involved in the telecom infrastructure, which will help determine Huawei\'s role in the 5g network. U. K.
Cyber security officials have previously said they believe the risks involved in Huawei are manageable.
GSMA, an association representing 750 mobile operators worldwide, recommends that Europe establish a testing and certification system to ensure confidence in network security.
Guo called on the industry and the government to develop \"clear and unified\" cyber security standards and regulations, and said decisions should be made by technical experts rather than politicians.
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