Huawei, the United States is cracking down, Britain is hoarding!

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 Huawei, the United States is cracking down, Britain is hoarding!


The report quoted three sources as saying that senior officials of NCSC sent letters last week to domestic telecom operators such as BT and Vodafone, asking them to keep the spare parts supply of all manufacturers sufficient. But the letter also warns that Huaweis equipment and its ability to provide product updates face increasing risks in the face of US pressure.

Ensuring that products and components are up-to-date is critical to maintaining network security, the letter also wrote. The upgrading of us actions against Huawei may affect the ability of its products containing US technology to provide updates. A spokesman for NCSC said, NCSC provides operators with a series of preventive measures we recommend them to take, and we are carefully considering the impact of these sanctions on BT networks. BT and Vodafone declined to comment at the moment. A spokesman for Huawei said the company was fully cooperating with NCSC and declined to comment further immediately, the Guardian reported. The UK said in January that it would allow Huawei to participate in the construction of 5g network infrastructure in a limited way. But British officials now say they are evaluating specific guidance on how to deploy Huawei equipment and are considering a range of options that will be decided in the coming weeks. Source: global network editor in charge: Yang Bin_ NF4368

Ensuring that products and components are up-to-date is critical to maintaining network security, the letter also wrote. The upgrading of us actions against Huawei may affect the ability of its products containing US technology to provide updates.

A spokesman for NCSC said, NCSC provides operators with a series of preventive measures we recommend them to take, and we are carefully considering the impact of these sanctions on BT networks.

BT and Vodafone declined to comment at the moment. A spokesman for Huawei said the company was fully cooperating with NCSC and declined to comment further immediately, the Guardian reported.