Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Indian operators to get go-ahead for 5G trials, but not with Chinese vendors

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 10 August 20

Latest government sanctions should see the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) unable to approve plans for 5G trials with Chinese vendors

India–China relations have been growing more strained of late. Since May, the two countries have been skirmishing along their shared border, with a major clash in June resulting in the deaths of around 60 soldiers.    The battle is not only a physical one. With the world becoming ever more digital, tech is becoming a proxy battlefield for geopolitical disputes. India has long been mulling banning Huawei from its 5G networks &ndash…

India–China relations have been growing more strained of late. Since May, the two countries have been skirmishing along their shared border, with a major clash in June resulting in the deaths of around 60 soldiers.    The battle is not only a physical one. With the world becoming ever more digital, tech is becoming a proxy battlefield for geopolitical disputes. India has long been mulling banning Huawei from its 5G networks &ndash…

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