Somewhere in the 5G takes place, and the “plug”Anna Saveleva | 10.06.2019
Three will deploy mobile and broadband in 25 cities and settlements to the end of the year.
Three is a UK – based operator ranked second in the country despite the lowest market share and high prices. It is the brand of the company Hutchison.
Net he starts to develop with the London home broadband service, joining EE and Vodafone to launch services in 2019.
In may, EE has launched the 5G services in six cities, July 3, in his footsteps went Vodafone. Both companies refused to rely on the Huawei smartphones because of the uncertainty in the support for Android. Three said
tell about your choice in July.
The improvement of the network in major cities and basic cloud network provided by Nokia, attracted 2 billion pounds ($ 2.55 billion).
At the same time, some companies are holding back the deployment of 5G that allow their employees to communicate with their colleagues from Huawei.
In including Intel, Qualcomm, research firm InterDigital Wireless and South Korean operator LG Uplus gave clear guidance on the limitations of informal conversations. Despite the fact that such
conversations are natural and important part of the international meetings.
The U.S. Department of Commerce was not forbidden anything like that, it was a personal initiative of companies related to the desire to avoid any potential problems with the U.S. government.
Intel and Qualcomm confirmed the availability of instructions, but declined to comment.
The representative of the InterDigital explained that this was done to match American standards.
A representative of LG Uplus said that the company “voluntarily refrains from interaction with employees of Huawei, with the exception of meetings on issues of installation or maintenance of networking hardware”.
No official policy within the company was not.
However, many small businesses have not received such instructions, and calmly continue to communicate and support agreement with Huawei.
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