Huawei Monopoly 5G? Cisco: The U.S. government should not worry about Huaweis exclusive advantage

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 Huawei Monopoly 5G? Cisco: The U.S. government should not worry about Huaweis exclusive advantage


On February 25, in Barcelona, Spain, people visited the Huawei Exhibition Hall of the World Mobile Communications Congress. Xinhua News Agency

Reference News Network reported on March 6 that Cisco Systems is one of the competitors of Huawei, a Chinese technology company. Chief Executive Officer of Cisco, Chuck Robbins, said the US government should not worry about Huaweis dominance in the 5G wireless network competition. He believed that outside concerns about Huawei were overstated.

According to Taiwans Lianhe Evening News on March 4, Robbins pointed out in an interview with CNN on March 3 that the current global infrastructure is built by a number of communication suppliers in Europe, China and the United States. Despite all the arguments we have heard, I think the future will remain the same, he said.

According to the report, Robbins said that the major Western equipment manufacturers are good at the next generation mobile devices in different fields, while Huaweis competitive advantage is wide-area radio technology and core network equipment; even so, the manufacturers providing 5G equipment will not be dominated by Huawei.

According to the report, Europe is Huaweis largest market outside China, and the US President Trumps government hopes to expand its boycott of Huawei to Europe. But Germany, the big European economy, refused to ban Huaweis equipment directly.

Source: Responsible Editor of Reference Message Network: Yang Yi_NBJ10647