Saturday, 27 February 2021

US eyes on Ericsson and Nokia – but could Japan offer a 5G solution?

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 02 July 20

With the geopolitical situation between the US and China escalating to new heights, US interest in Nokia and Ericsson is climbing

Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission  fired its latest shots across Huawei’s bow, designating the Chinese company and fellow vendor ZTE as ‘security threats’ and further driving a wedge between the US and China when it comes to 5G.   Beyond the obvious political ramifications of this decision, the constantly growing tension is creating a serious issue for the US when it comes the next generation technology…

Earlier this week, the Federal Communications Commission  fired its latest shots across Huawei’s bow, designating the Chinese company and fellow vendor ZTE as ‘security threats’ and further driving a wedge between the US and China when it comes to 5G.   Beyond the obvious political ramifications of this decision, the constantly growing tension is creating a serious issue for the US when it comes the next generation technology…

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