Huawei Australia chairman John Lord says the company has not been officially advised either way about its bid to participate in Australia's 5G rollout, even as reports claimed that the company would be excluded.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Telecommunications appears unlikely to be allowed to provide equipment for 5G networks in Australia, due to alleged national security concerns, a report claims.
Commercial rollouts of 5G and larger than previously forecasted deployments of cellular IoT, including by Telstra, are ramping up globally, according to the latest mobility report from Ericsson.
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Yes, it's an admission that they failed but not a full solution. More pressure will be required.
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