Australian farmers and miners could become less competitive than their global rivals unless a national plan is developed to expedite 5G coverage to rural and regional Australia, according to a new report jointly commissioned by Huawei Australia and the Telecommunications Association TelSoc.
A media statement by Ericsson chief executive Borje Ekholm to the effect that vendors should not be banned from 5G without properly balancing national security concerns with free competition has been hailed by Huawei Australia as a "welcome injection of common sense”.
Huawei Australia has used comments made by Ericsson chief executive Börje Ekholm during the presentation of results to push the Chinese company's claim that the ban imposed on it has sharply reduced competition in the 5G supplier market and hence driven up costs.
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