According to a report on February 14th, foreign media said that representatives of German government ministries met last Wednesday (February 6th) and have made overall considerations from national security, German-Chinese diplomatic relations, China market potential and construction progress. Huawei's 5G equipment is not excluded, provided that public safety standards are enhanced and information security is enhanced.
According to Singapore's "Lianhe Zaobao" reported on February 13, Germany is the EU's largest country, this declaration is of great significance, but also the United States-led "five-eye alliance" (members include the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Britain) is quite wrong. However, it can be further understood from several factors considered by the German government that any political calculations and decision-making can still not rule out the realistic considerations of industrial competition and market opportunities.
The report also quoted a report from the German media "Business Daily" that Huawei has long been a world leader in telecommunications equipment and patent technology. Any country that wants to exclude Huawei from 5G construction has its own implementation difficulties. It must not adopt the products and technologies of specific manufacturers, and of course risk the construction process may fall behind.
According to the report, the more important factor is the consideration of market opportunities. 5G is the foundation for the realization and application of many new technologies in the future. All countries are actively concentrating on the layout to maintain their leading edge. Therefore, whether it is related peripheral technology and possible creation of multiple applications, all of them are the new business opportunities that governments want to break through. Of course, no other company dares to give up this market pie.
Earlier, the German Foreign Ministry warned that in view of the huge potential of the Asian market, it is best to avoid destroying relations with China.
The report also stressed that Germany must set up a 5G market as soon as possible, with the aim of becoming the leader of the Internet of Things. Germany will also bid for the 5G band in March this year.