Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Huawei wins key rail network contract in Australia as concerns over national security ease

By Chris Kelly, Total Telecom
Tuesday 10 July 18

As part of the deal, Huawei will upgrade the radio systems that deliver voice and data services across railway network's in the Western Australian city of Perth

Chinese tech giant Huawei has been awarded a $136 million contract to deliver a radio system that will provide data and voice services across rail networks in Western Australia. The award comes despite a flurry of accusations from the Australian government over national security concerns that has led to speculation that Huawei would be locked out of Australia's push towards 5G rollout…

Chinese tech giant Huawei has been awarded a $136 million contract to deliver a radio system that will provide data and voice services across rail networks in Western Australia. The award comes despite a flurry of accusations from the Australian government over national security concerns that has led to speculation that Huawei would be locked out of Australia's push towards 5G rollout…

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