Published: Wed, October 16, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

German 5G rules avoid Huawei ban; United States warns on intel sharing

German 5G rules avoid Huawei ban; United States warns on intel sharing

Even in the United Kingdom, where no decision has been made as to whether Huawei will be allowed to participate in future 5G infrastructure, all major carriers are proceeding with Huawei equipment (while they can, perhaps) to speed along the 5G deployment.

The European Union hinted strongly it viewed Chinese tech group Huawei as a security risk to its roll-out of 5G networks in a report released Wednesday (9 October). Huawei's India chief executive Jay Chen, in a separate interview to ET, said it is open to start 5G radio manufacturing in India along with previous generation technologies gear like 2G and 4G.

At present, Vodafone Idea network has India's largest and world's third largest massive MIMO deployment, the statement said.

The "Massive MIMO AI" solution uses random algorithm for modelling and prediction, collecting and analyzing data to optimize MIMO (multiple-input and multiple-output) performance.

While the report makes no mention of Huawei specifically, it encourages member states to take appropriate steps to secure and harden their networks against challenges by non-EU states or state-based actors.

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Early demonstrations quickly escalated into a rebellion against Lam's Beijing-backed administration, . So far, police have arrested close to 2,500 people and charged almost 500 in four months of protests.


One half of the performance had the singer and music composer, Siddharth Shankar Mahadevan perform "Jai Ho" from the film "Slum Dog Millionaire", whilst a Swedish band played at the Ericsson booth, about 100 metres away.

Ericsson had a year ago started exporting 5G-ready 4G telecom equipment and microwave equipment for 2G, 3G and 4G technologies from its manufacturing facility in Pune, Maharashtra, to markets in Southeast Asia like Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand.

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus highlighted its unique developments achieved in the 5G technology segment through its smartphones, powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus Mobile Platform.

Ahead of the Mobile Broadband Forum in Zurich this week, Huawei also extended its partnership with Swiss telco Sunrise to build a 5G research centre just outside the city centre. KPMG estimated that India Inc has the potential to unlock $48.69 billion (Rs 3,408 billion) through the deployment of 5G over the next four years. "Until then 2G, 4G and 5G will continue to co-exist", said the report.

"Domestic 5G demand can also be fulfilled through the local factory".

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