BT announced the deletion of Huawei products from its core equipment

Beijing News Dec. 5, British Telecom Group said it was removing Huawei technology equipment from the core of its existing 3G and 4G mobile services, and would not use Chinese company products for the core of the next generation 5G massage
BT said Huawei's equipment had not yet been used at the core of its fixed network and was removing it from the core of its acquisition of mobile network because it had acquired EE, Britain's largest mobile network operator.
In a comment released this week by the head of Britain's Foreign Intelligence Service, the 5G's dependence on Chinese technology is a matter for the British government to discuss. After the comment, BT made the move. Before that, Huawei had worked with BT for nearly 15 years.male massage
Huawei is not only a mobile phone manufacturer with the ability to design chips, but also one of the few remaining telecom equipment manufacturers in the world. In recent years, Huawei, Ericsson, ZTE, Nokia and Siemens (which acquired Alcatel Lucent for 15.6 billion euros in 2016) have led the technological trend in the telecommunications spa
Moreover, IHS, a third-party organization, counts that in 2016, the four companies accounted for nearly 89% of the global wireless communication network equipment market.
Among them, Huawei has increased its market share by virtue of product performance and price advantage, while Ericsson, Noxie and other manufacturers have decreased their share.
Recently, Huawei executives revealed at the Global Mobile Broadband Conference in 2018 that they have won 22 5G commercial contracts worldwide. At present, more than 150 operators around the world have launched 5G testing, and 50 have cooperated with club
In addition, Hu Houkun, former chairman of Huawei, has said that Huawei has shipped 10,000 5G base stations on a large scale to markets such as Europe and the Middle East.
Sichuan Finance Securities reported that after breakthroughs in spectrum and site resource support in the next two years, 5G is expected to enter the stage of large-scale commerce rapidly. This means that large-scale equipment shipment will drive the development of supporting terminal products and related electronic components.
According to foreign media reports, on December 1, the Canadian government arrested Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer, at the request of the US side, for violating US sanctions against Iran. Her other identity is the daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei. The US side requested extradition and will hold a bail hearing on December sauna
In response, Huawei said it was facing "unspecified charges in the Eastern District of New York" and insisted on "compliance with all applicable laws and regulations in the country where it operates".
Huawei officials said there was little information about the specific allegations provided to Huawei and that Huawei was unaware of any wrongdoing by Meng. Huawei believes that the legal systems of Canada and the United States will eventually come to a fair sky massage
Previously, New Zealand and Australia took measures to prevent telecom operators from using Huawei's equipment in the new 5G network on the grounds of security concerns.