Wednesday, 02 December 2020

New German security law may tighten the screws on Huawei

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 30 September 20

Reports suggest that the German government is has reached its long-awaited decision regarding high-risk 5G vendors

Reports suggest that the German government has reached a decision on Huawei and so-called high risk vendors when it comes to 5G: the vendors will not be banned outright, but scrutiny will be increased to include the RAN alongside the core.   While not making it completely unfeasible to work with Huawei, a new, strict IT security law will make the prospect far less appealing for operators…

Reports suggest that the German government has reached a decision on Huawei and so-called high risk vendors when it comes to 5G: the vendors will not be banned outright, but scrutiny will be increased to include the RAN alongside the core.   While not making it completely unfeasible to work with Huawei, a new, strict IT security law will make the prospect far less appealing for operators…

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