Huawei has raised suspicions in the west for its close ties to the Chinese government and fears are that the company may be an integral tool of the superpower's global espionage capabilities.
Concerns about foreign firms helping United States adversaries infiltrate sensitive computer systems, whether wittingly or unwittingly, have gained prominence in recent years. Major Chinese tech firms Huawei and ZTE are aggressively competing in the space.
Globally, a Taiwanese government-supported institute has "blocked Huawei smartphones and computers from accessing its internal network", reported the South China Post, in mid-January and Norway's Justice Minister Tor Mikkel Wara disclosed at the beginning of the year that the country is considering excluding the Chinese firm from investing in 5G infrastructure.
"Contracts are going out now", this person told POLITICO.
He urged European countries to pick Finnish and other Scandinavian companies for their 5G contracts, citing a Chinese law that allegedly compels any private company in the country to cooperate with the government "on any intelligence matters in secret and without refusal". People with knowledge of the matter said it will likely further criticise Huawei's slow response and detail tense relations with British officials.
"We haven't been able to do our work as members of parliament", said Senator Elisabeth Lamure, who is also vice-chair of the upper house's committee for economic affairs.
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With the development of the new 5G networks underway, some countries have banned Huawei from competing in providing equipment. He was detained by local authorities together with a state security official suspected of collusion with the first accused. We choose to ensure security'.
But the U.S. still hasn't developed an alternative, Huawei-free vision for the massive, complicated and high-stakes global 5G buildout.
The message to Europe about 5G, according to the second industry source, has been, "Go slow. We need to figure out how to do this now".
Ltd. (Huawei), a renowned Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment firm, has reportedly proposed to construct a new cybersecurity center in Poland in an effort to demonstrate that the firm is trustworthy.
However, Trump's diktat, if it comes before the MWC event, will reinforce the commitment of the U.S on the sensitive issue.