Chinese smartphone companies increased their share of the European market in 2018 even as the total shipments to Europe for the calendar year fell 4% to 197 million units.
A survey of chief technology officers who are directly involved with 5G projects at 46 telcos around the globe indicates that most are still not sure about the strength for the business case, the management consulting firm McKinsey says.
Huawei has expressed a willingness to accept supervision and suggestions from all governments, customers and partners in Europe, saying it sees cyber security as a technical rather than an ideological issue, according to the company's chief representative to EU Institutions, Abraham Liu.
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