After the UK announced the abandonment of Huawei 5G, competitors took the opportunity to replace? Germany and other countries expressed support for Huawei
After nearly three months of repeated attitudes, the UK finally announced on July 14 that it will no longer purchase Huawei equipment starting next year, and will completely remove all 5G of the Chinese company’s network in the UK by 2027. equipment. As soon as the news came out, Huawei expressed its deep disappointment with its decision, while its competitor Ericsson started to make a fuss.
According to Deutsche Welle Chinese website reported on July 15, Swedish telecommunications equipment giant Ericsson welcomed the British decision. Arun Bansal, the company’s executive vice president, pointed out that Ericsson’s 5G technology, experience and supply capabilities are at the global leading level and can meet the needs of the United Kingdom. However, can Ericsson really help the UK accelerate 5G construction?
US media pointed out that the UK’s decision is likely to cause the entire UK to suffer a huge economic loss of US$3.1 billion, and may also slow down the country’s 5G network for 2-3 years of practice, which will allow It lost its leading position in 5G. According to data from the German patent data company IPLytics, Ericsson ranked seventh in the key 4G/5G key technologies declared, far lower than Huawei, which tops the list. Therefore, I am afraid that it is difficult for Ericsson to fill the position smoothly.
Since the announcement of the abandonment of Huawei by the United Kingdom, three countries have supported Huawei, reiterating that it will not rule out its position of 5G equipment. According to Sina Technology’s report on July 15, Thailand’s largest telecommunications operator, Advanced Info Service Pcl (AIS), has announced that the company’s 5G equipment bid list is about to be released. Huawei, ZTE and other companies are among the companies bidding for the construction of 5G networks.
Furthermore, according to the Belgian”Standard” reported on July 14, the Belgian Minister of National Telecommunications, Philippe de Barker, said that the country will not reject China’s Huawei Outside the door. Germany also reiterated its position on Huawei in response to China News Agency on Tuesday that the country’s 5G network construction will not exclude Huawei equipment.