Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Huawei cut from the core of Dutch 5G

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 21 May 21

After much secrecy, reports suggest that Huawei is no longer able to supply equipment for the core of Dutch 5G networks

Throughout 2020, under political pressure from the US, a number of countries around Europe introduced various levels of sanctions on Huawei.  In January 2020, citing fears over national security, the UK decided to limit Huawei’s position within the nation’s 5G networks, barring them from supplying core equipment and limiting their market share to 35%. However, by July, the UK had increased these measures to a full phase out of Huawei equipment by 2027…

Throughout 2020, under political pressure from the US, a number of countries around Europe introduced various levels of sanctions on Huawei.  In January 2020, citing fears over national security, the UK decided to limit Huawei’s position within the nation’s 5G networks, barring them from supplying core equipment and limiting their market share to 35%. However, by July, the UK had increased these measures to a full phase out of Huawei equipment by 2027…

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