Britain bans Huawei 5G telecom kit installation

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Uk government have come out openly to ban the telecommunication firms from installing any new Huawei 5G kits after September 2021.

It was noted in July when The British government said in a statement saying that they have ban the installation of Huawei 5G network equipment.

With the Britain government taking their position today Monday saying that they have ordered all domestic telecommunication companies to stop installing Huawei equipment as part of its next generation Internet infrastructure.

According to the secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden who announced the ban with the publication of a roadmap to bar the Chinese tech from its 5G Internet technology.

With a related interview with Huawei UK vice-president Jeremy Thompson saying that with these ban in place it might lead to reduction in job creation with the new internet network is to create and also reduce the investment in investment in technology for now.

Related interview from Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunyi who has previously voiced strong opposition to the UK’s decision saying that the ban was driven by the politicization of commercial and technological issues and not in line with national security.

According to Gao Feng who is China’s Ministry of Commerce also made his statement which is seen to opposed the UK ban saying that the “discriminatory” ban on Huawei has severely damaged China’s investment confidence in Britain and the the UK in general.

Quoting the secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Oliver Dowden saying in it own word “We are taking bold steps to implement one of the toughest telecoms security regimes in the world, A central part of that is combating high-risk vendors, and I have set out an unambiguous timetable for the complete removal of Huawei equipment from our 5G networks no later than 2027.”

Based on the view of the Oliver Dowden saying that the presence of Huawei telecom equipment in our network will be seen as a national security risk with special reference to U.S. sanctions against the company.

Further explanation form Dowden was able to clarify that 5G Diversification Strategy which aims to bar high-risk vendors from its 5G networks with the aim of growing its domestic telecoms supply chain.

It must be noted that with these strategy in place and backed by an initial $330 million with the hope implementing its three core pillars of supporting incumbent suppliers, bringing new suppliers to its domestic market and also increasing the development and deployment of open-interface solutions for telecom investments.