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US blocks Huawei from public safety LTE trial

By Lewis Dowling, Total Telecom
Tuesday 11 October 11

Chinese equipment maker calls on authorities to be more transparent; insists it is still committed to expanding its U.S. operation.

Huawei's bid to participate in the trial of an LTE-based public safety network in the U.S. has been blocked, it emerged on Tuesday, marking the latest example of the U.S. government's security fears over the Chinese vendor's alleged ties with the Chinese military. According to The Daily Beast, the government is afraid that Huawei's network kit could be equipped with hidden surveillance technology that could pose a threat to national security…

Huawei's bid to participate in the trial of an LTE-based public safety network in the U.S. has been blocked, it emerged on Tuesday, marking the latest example of the U.S. government's security fears over the Chinese vendor's alleged ties with the Chinese military. According to The Daily Beast, the government is afraid that Huawei's network kit could be equipped with hidden surveillance technology that could pose a threat to national security…

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