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Huawei rebuts Australian 5G security concerns

Huawei refuted Australian claims it poses a security risk, calling the criticism “ill-informed” in an open letter on Monday that threatens to inflame already heightened Sino-Canberra tensions. Australia is likely to ban Huawei from participating in a 5G mobile telecommunications rollout in the nation as it fears the company is de facto controlled by China […]

Huawei founder reflects on career

Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei held a rare interview session with local media in France last week, where he opened an R&D center in Paris and met two French ministers, according toLes Echos. In the charm offensive, Ren discussed why he started the company and reiterated the company’s stand to exit the U.S. networking market. Huawei’s founder […]


Huawei isn’t a Spy for China

An article snipped from yesterday’s AFR where China’s Ambassador to Australia, Chen Yuming, has stated that Huawei is not a spy for China, in response to allegations from retired US intelligence officials.  


Huawei pulls plug on NBN project teams

Huawei Australia chairman John Lord says the controversial Chinese telecommunications vendor has all but given up hope supplying the NBN. Huawei was blocked by the government selling equipment to the NBN based on advice from intelligence agencies.  

US wants Sprint-SoftBank deal to avoid Chinese network equipment: WSJ

In order for the $20 billion acquisition of Sprint Nextel by Japan’s SoftBank to go ahead, the US government wants to oversee network equipment purchases in a bid to keep Huawei and ZTE products out of the nation’s infrastructure, reports The Wall Street Journal. Last year, a Congressional report labeled the two companies’ equipment as […]