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Huawei

Discussion in 'Cybersecurity' started by rossfrb_1, Oct 10, 2012.

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  1. ngatimozart

    ngatimozart Super Moderator Staff Member Verified Defense Pro

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    The Chicoms are somewhat displeased with little old NZ over Huawei being identified as a significant security risk by the GCSB. Said telecom company spat the dummy and went public creating subsequent media dung storm.

    NZ-China 'scheduling issues' cause for concern

    However it is about time NZ raised itself upon on it's hind legs, shook it's woolly fore hoof and stood up to the PRC with regard to their recent behaviour on the international stage.
     
  2. John Fedup

    John Fedup Well-Known Member

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    Denmark just choose Ericsson over Huawei to deliver 5G network even though Huawei have faster 5G technology out of security reasons.

    But it makes you think, what the Chinese will be able to do in the future, when they already now have faster 5G technology. China is fast becoming a technological super power.
     
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    Well done Denmark! Agree, the rapid technology advances of China will present some real challenges for the West in the future. Although much is made about Chinese espionage and outright theft of IP, lets not forget about all the Western corporations falling over themselves to get marketshare in China by agreeing to local manufacturing and technology sharing. These same companies will be crying the loudest for tariffs when Chinese competitors start to eat their lunch.