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Sunday, June 23, 2019

Huawei urges India to take 5G trials decision independently

Huawei 5G trails

Huawei, China's telecom leader has asked India to make "informed and independent decisions" on the 5G trials. The company has issued the statement days later when Indian telecom minister and a lawmaker, Ravi Shankar Prasad said that India has some security issues over allowing Huawei to participate in 5G trials.

Since the Trump administration has blacklisted Huawei over the security issues, the United States has been expressing its interest in restricting the company in other countries. Huawei, however, is not yet ready to admit the US accusations, saying that it is not working under Chinese state security.

In response to the US ban, the company is working hard to participate in the 5G development initiated outside China. India has not yet made a final decision on whether it intends to restrict Huawei or allow it to participate in the upcoming 5G trails.

Huawei has urged India and other countries to take the decisions independently by addressing the security issues through a shred of evidence and fact-based approach, Economic Times reports.

In a statement to PTI, the company has also said that all countries must discuss and check cybersecurity risks with their respective networks. Once completed, fact-based evidence collected by the countries will help them make an independent decision regarding the security threats, said Huawei.


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