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Noel Cummings
January 28, 2019

The world's second largest mobile operator said Friday that it is pausing the installation of Huawei equipment inits core networks in Europe, given the political uncertainty surrounding the Chinese telecoms firm.

"I'm definitely closer to cooperating with European firms or with those from the USA than with producers from Asia", Duda said. How this was achieved is because the Balong 5000 supports both a standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) network architecture hardware for 5G, creating the flexibility to meet different user and carrier requirements for connecting devices. "Huawei has more than 5,700 engineers dedicated to 5G R&D, including over 500 5G experts". "The US may find that they lack the requisite leverage to successfully push for a ban on Chinese equipment in these countries".

Huawei is estimated to have a market share of 35 percent through the whole of Europe.

He pointed out that governments in Africa and the Middle East, where Vodafone also used Huawei, had not raised concerns. That accounted for about 27 per cent of its total revenue and more than revenues from the Americas and Asia-Pacific combined. "It's only politics guys which are trying to put pressure on us". Huawei fired Wang on Saturday, saying he had brought it into disrepute and that his arrest was not related to the company.

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Poland announced two weeks ago that it had arrested a Chinese Huawei executive and a former Polish security official on spying allegations. The source of the information was not cited.

The company said the Huawei 5G CPE Pro used new Wi-Fi 6 technology to deliver speeds of up to 4.8 Gbps.

Zhengfei assembled an worldwide press conference at Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen, China where he adamantly denied that Huawei might spy, hack or sabotage foreign networks on behalf of Beijing.

The country's president, Andrzej Duda, told website he the country was set to remove Huawei from its plans in favour of European or United States firms.

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Huawei said it was disappointed.

A number of European governments and telecoms firms have started to reassess their exposure to Huawei.

Vodafone CEO Nick Read said on Friday that the company made a decision to "pause" the deployment of Huawei equipment in its core networks in Europe while it speaks with regulators, governments, security agencies and the Chinese company itself. Security concerns have also been raised in France, Germany, Belgium, Norway, Sweden, and the Czech Republic.

Other members of the Five Eyes (Canada, the UK, Australia and New Zealand) are following suit.

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