In the face of America
Huawei founder: 5G is not an atomic bomb, thanks to the US government for Huawei
Chinese technology giant Huawei is at the forefront of the latest generation of mobile technology, 5G, which is faster, smarter and stronger than existing standards. Huawei has now won 5 G deployment contracts in nearly 30 countries.
The exception is the United States, which believes Huawei poses a threat to national security.
Ren Zhengfei, Huawei's founder and chief executive, told Bianna Golodrgya, the host of CBS's (CBS This Morning) this morning, that:
5G is the latest breakthrough in mobile communication technology, its transmission speed is said to be several times that of wireless networks, covering a wider range.
Ren Zhengfei said:
However, Huawei 5 G rapid growth, let the United States intelligence agencies deeply worried.
Michael Morell, a former acting CIA director and CBS national security writer, commented,
The Trump administration has warned its allies that it may reconsider its military relationship with countries using Huawei equipment.
Us Vice President Mike
Golodryga asked Ren Zhengfei,
Ren Zhengfei said,
Ren Zhengfei said,
On Thursday morning, Trump tweeted that he hoped the 5G technology would be available in the United States, but added:
Despite the Trump administration's warning, some of its European allies, including Germany and Britain, are reportedly considering Huawei to build their high-speed infrastructure.
Some Americans have built trust in Huawei technology, such as Mike Kilgore, 's wireless supply company, which serves 11000 square miles of rural Montana.
Kilgore is Nemont Telephone Cooperative's CEO and president of the American Association of Rural Wireless Networks (Rural Wireless Association). He said:
After the Trump administration imposed a ban on all Chinese telecoms equipment in the United States, Kilgore feared that his company would not survive and would leave his community largely unserved.
For Ren Zhengfei, despite a lot of criticism from the U.S. government, he knows that the future of Huawei in the United States is in the hands of the U.S. president.
CBS News contacted the Justice Department, but the Justice Department did not comment.