The reason why the United States has told Australia to ban Chinese telecommunications equipment vendors Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation from bidding for contracts in the 5G network rollout is now out in the open: Washington plans to build a US$211.5-million military base for US Marines in Darwin.
Number one telco Huawei surged ahead of the smartphone market in China in Q2 2019 to achieve the highest market share for any vendor in eight years, according to global research firm Canalysis.
China’s largest telco Huawei says a new report from independent global telecoms consultancy Ovum proves that a ban on the company from participating in Australia’s 5G rollout was based on incorrect advice from security agencies including the ASD.
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