Print media: India promotes ZTE HUAWEI to launch 5G use case trial cooperation list

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 Print media: India promotes ZTE HUAWEI to launch 5G use case trial cooperation list


However, as of press release, only the Economic Times had reported the story, and Reuters forwarded links to the Economic Times article, indicating that the report had not yet been confirmed as true and accurate.

We have written to Cisco, Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia and telecom service providers to discuss 5G technology pilot cooperation and have received a positive response, said Aruna Sundararajan, the countrys telecommunications minister, according to the Economic Times. We have excluded HUAWEI from these tests.

The article also quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that the Indian government, apart from Huawei, had no contact with ZTE on the 5G trial. As of print media, ZTE has yet to reply to its reporters e-mail enquiry.

According to reports, late Thursday (13), Huawei said in a statement, We maintain regular contact with the Indian Ministry of Telecommunications and relevant government officials. The India government has always supported HUAWEI and expressed its appreciation for our pioneering technology and solutions.

The statement adds that Huawei is confident that by demonstrating its 5G technology, Huawei will promote cooperation with the government and other agencies and become a partner of India to achieve the application and digital transformation of 5G technology in the country. In addition, HUAWEI is working closely with telecom operators, and they will play a key role in the test.

According to a previous report by Observer. com, on August 23, Huawei responded to the exclusion of the Australian 5G market business from the local government by saying that the Australian government issued a 5G security guide, citing security as a pretext, because of political considerations. Fair and adequate market competition is the key to the sustainable development of any countrys economy. The Australian governments actions seriously violate the principle of fair competition and non-discrimination in free trade. Six years ago, the Australian government banned Huawei from bidding for the National Broadband Network Deployment (NBN) contract on the grounds of national security, according to a report by the public name of Wechat. Its not because we did something wrong, its because were a Chinese company, Huawei Australian board chairman John Lord said recently. Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang also said that we urge the Australian government to abandon ideological bias and provide a fair competitive environment for Chinese enterprises to operate in Australia. Source: observer net responsibility editor: Qian Yue Xiao _NBJ10675

According to a previous report by Observer. com, on August 23, Huawei responded to the exclusion of the Australian 5G market business from the local government by saying that the Australian government issued a 5G security guide, citing security as a pretext, because of political considerations. Fair and adequate market competition is the key to the sustainable development of any countrys economy. The Australian governments actions seriously violate the principle of fair competition and non-discrimination in free trade.

Six years ago, the Australian government banned Huawei from bidding for the National Broadband Network Deployment (NBN) contract on the grounds of national security, according to a report by the public name of Wechat. Its not because we did something wrong, its because were a Chinese company, Huawei Australian board chairman John Lord said recently.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang also said that we urge the Australian government to abandon ideological bias and provide a fair competitive environment for Chinese enterprises to operate in Australia.