A spokesman for NCSC said: NCSC has provided operators with a series of preventive measures to recommend their adoption, while we carefully consider the impact of these sanctions on the UK network.
BT and Vodafone declined to comment, while a Huawei spokesman said the company was working fully with NCSC and declined to comment further immediately.
In January, the UK allowed Huawei to continue to participate in the countrys 5g construction, but limited its market share to 35% and excluded from the data intensive core network.
Officials now say they are reviewing specific guidelines on how to deploy Huawei equipment to maximize the protection of UK networks and are considering a range of options. A decision will be made in the coming weeks.
Huawei plans to build a broadband chip R & D center in the UK: this week, it is expected to be approved for a comprehensive upgrade in the 5g era! One year after China Mobile released the super SIM card, the 5g era is far from coming. Source: c114 communication network editor in charge: Xue Jingyu_ NBJS10393