Engineers from the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies are leading a bid to build an alternative global network to the Internet, and presented a proposal for what is called New IP to delegates from about 40 countries in Geneva last September, London's Financial Times claims.
American officials have agreed on three measures to prevent China from obtaining US technology that can be diverted for use in the military, a report claims, adding that the only step remaining for these curbs to take effect is for US President Donald Trump to sign them into law.
Huawei Australia has assured the Canberra Raiders that it will not be deterred from its sponsorship of the club, despite the continuing uncertainty caused by suspension of the 2020 National Rugby League season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The "Bully Boys" are still hard at it I see.
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