India allows Huawei to participate in India 5g network test, and China welcomes it

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 India allows Huawei to participate in India 5g network test, and China welcomes it


India Telecom minister Prasad told the media on December 30 last year that Huawei is allowed to participate in the 5g network test in India. India does not restrict any company from participating in the 5g test in the country. The government will allocate 5g spectrum to all telecom service providers and operators for 5g network test. According to the economic times, this is the first time since the Sino US trade war that India has made public its official position on whether to allow Huawei to participate in the 5g test.

Despite concerns expressed by Indias key strategic partner, the United States and Indian security experts, Huaweis competitive price and other factors ultimately led India to decide to allow it to participate in the 5g test, the economic times said. Indian sources familiar with the situation told the economic times that the second informal summit of Indian and Chinese leaders played a role in Indias decision to allow Huawei to participate in the 5g test.

People familiar with the situation also said that India, like other countries, needs time to become stronger in this field, while Huawei can provide cost-effective equipment for non core departments, which can be verified through 5g test. In addition, India can also use this to test Huaweis commitment not to set up a back door for its equipment, while allowing India, like Germany and Britain, to test the competitiveness of the United States in this field.

For India to allow Huawei to participate in 5g test, Chen Jie, CEO of Huawei India branch, said, technological innovation and high-quality network are the key to revitalizing Indian telecom industry. We are confident that the modi government will promote 5g development in India. We are confident that the Indian government and industry can cooperate with the best technology to realize Indias own long-term interests and cross industry development . Indias telecom market, second only to Chinas, is a market that no company can ignore, the BBC reported Monday.

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