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World UK poised to dump Huawei in 5G network

02:15  05 july  2020
02:15  05 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The UK has decided to let Huawei continue to be used in its 5 G networks but with restrictions, despite pressure from the US to block the firm. The Chinese firm will be banned from supplying kit to "sensitive parts" of the network , known as the core. In addition, it will only be allowed to account for 35% of the

Huawei denies the allegations, saying there's never been any evidence it is responsible for a breach. For Britain, the 5 G infrastructure program is considered Vodafone, which uses Huawei for parts of its radio network but not in its core, said that using multiple suppliers “is the best way to safeguard the

The UK is poised to end the use of Huawei technology in its 5G network amid security concerns, according to reports.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to strike a major policy change after GCHQ is believed to have reassessed the risks posed by the Chinese tech company, newspapers are reporting.

A study set to be presented to Johnson this week will declare that US sanctions on Huawei will force the company to use technology that is "untrusted", reports said.

The prime minister's decision to allow Huawei a limited roll in Britain's 5G network is believed to have caused tension between London and Washington DC in recent months.

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The UK government is expected to decide on Tuesday whether to ban equipment made by Chinese technology giant Huawei from its 5 G networks . The US is lobbying the UK to exclude it on the grounds of national security. Huawei insists it would never take orders from the Chinese government.

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A report by GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre has decided the US sanctions barring Huawei from using technology relying on American intellectual property has had a "severe" impact on the firm, the Sunday Telegraph reported.

The newspaper stated that officials are crafting proposals to prevent new Huawei equipment being installed in the 5G network in as little as six months.

The involvement of the Chinese tech firm in Britain's 5G network also caused concern among a number of prominent figures on the Conservative backbenches.

The Mail on Sunday reported that the National Cyber Security Centre was instructed to carry out a review on the situation.

It also reported the organisation found that US sanctions had a major impact on the firm's viability, the newspaper said.

Chinese tech companies generate data which can be ‘commandeered’ by communist govt .
Fears the Chinese Communist Party will commandeer the masses of data generated by China-owned tech firms for national security reasons is the root cause behind concerns from western governments according to Sky News contributor Cory Bernardi. © Provided by Sky News Australia India has recently banned a number of Chinese technology apps including Tik Tok and WeChat over cyber security concerns.Mr Bernardi said the banning of Chinese tech companies could be the next step in the “technology battlefield” after many countries have already banned Chinese telco Huawei from their communications infrastructure.

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