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World Sweden bans China's Huawei, ZTE from 5G network

21:31  20 october  2020
21:31  20 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A Swedish regulator on Tuesday banned the use of telecom equipment from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE in its 5 G networks . Central functions are equipment used to build the radio access network , the transmission network , and the core network , as well as their service and maintenance.

Sweden 's security service called China "one of the biggest threats" against the country. Sweden is home to Ericsson, one of Europe's leading telecoms Swedish regulators on Tuesday banned the use of telecom equipment from China ' s Huawei and ZTE in its 5 G network ahead of the spectrum

Sweden has banned Chinese telecoms groups Huawei and ZTE from its 5G network for security reasons, the Swedish telecoms regulator said on Tuesday.

a close up of a sign: Swedish carriers relying on already installed equipment from Huawei, the world number two in mobile phones and a market leader for next generation 5G equipment will also have to remove any existing installations by January 1, 2025 © STR Swedish carriers relying on already installed equipment from Huawei, the world number two in mobile phones and a market leader for next generation 5G equipment will also have to remove any existing installations by January 1, 2025

The ban is in line with new legislation that took effect in January 2020 following an examination by the Swedish armed forces and security service "to ensure that the use of radio equipment in these bands does not cause harm to Sweden's security," the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority said in a statement.

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STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden has banned telecoms equipment from Huawei and ZTE 000063.SZ in its 5 G network , joining other European nations that In a potential sign it might retaliate, China ’ s telecoms regulator issued a notice on Tuesday calling for stricter supervision of foreign telecoms

(Bloomberg) -- Sweden has banned Huawei Technologies Co. and ZTE Corp. from gaining access to its fifth-generation wireless network , adding to the The U.K. has already imposed an outright ban on Huawei ’ s 5 G equipment, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel has so far hesitated to follow

Carriers relying on already installed equipment from Huawei, the world number two in mobile phones and a market leader for next generation 5G equipment, and ZTE, will also have to remove any existing installations by January 1, 2025.

The authority also said that if "central functions are dependant on staff or functions placed in foreign countries, such dependencies must be phased out".

The United States alleges Chinese firms are used to spy for Beijing -- allegations which China denies -- and has piled pressure on allies to cut Huawei from their internet infrastructure.

Britain in July banned mobile providers from using equipment made by Huawei in their new 5G networks, and gave companies in the UK until 2027 to remove Huawei equipment.

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Swedish regulators on Tuesday banned the use of telecom equipment from China ' s Huawei and ZTE in its 5 G network ahead of the spectrum auction The United Kingdom in July ordered Huawei equipment to be purged completely from Britain’s 5 G network by 2027, becoming one of the first

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden on Tuesday banned on security grounds the use of telecom equipment from China ' s Huawei [HWT.UL] and ZTE (SZ:000063) in its 5 G network ahead of a spectrum auction scheduled for next month, joining other European nations that have restricted the


Video: Sweden bans Huawei; Ericsson risks blowback (Reuters)

France has also placed heavy restrictions on the use of equipment by Huawei.

China's embassy in Stockholm responded to the ban by noting that "some people in Sweden have been hyping up claims that equipment from Chinese companies... poses an alleged 'national security threat'", but said these claims were not backed by "real credible evidence."

A spokesperson for the embassy called on the Swedish government to review its decision.

"We are...firmly opposed to the exclusion of specific companies from specific countries, and to the suppression of Chinese companies on groundless charges," an embassy spokesperson said in a statement.

Asked if the ban might hurt Swedish-Chinese relations and cause China to retaliate by banning Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson, Sweden's Minister for Digital Development Anders Ygeman said that "China is and will remain an important trading partner for Sweden."

"I believe and hope that Sweden's high security demands and expansion of modern telecommunications won't mean that we will have worsened relations to China," Ygeman told news agency TT.

Tuesday's ban came as PTS announced it had approved four applications for Sweden's 5G spectrum auctions planned to start on November 10.

The four companies, all Swedish, are Hi3G Access, Net4Mobility, Telia Sweden and Teracom.

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