After the government’s decision in Britain, now operators will not be able to purchase 5G components from Huawei from the end of this year. Also, by 2027 Chinese telecoms have been asked to remove all existing Huawei gear made from the 5G network.
After banning 59 Chinese apps like TicketLock, Lykee, and UC Browser from India, Britain has also banned Chinese company Huawei from 5G networks, giving a big blow to China. The company has described this decision as disappointing.
Media Secretary Oliver Dowden told news agency Reuters on Tuesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government announced a ban on Huawei from the UK’s 5G network by ordering telecommunications companies to remove their devices by 2027.
Operators will not be able to purchase 5G components from Huawei later this year and by 2027 Chinese telecoms have been asked to remove all existing Huawei gear made from the 5G network.
Huawei free Britain by the end of 2027
After the meeting of the UK National Security Council (NSC) led by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Media Secretary Oliver Dowden told the House of Commons that the NCSC (National Cyber Security Center) has now informed ministers that it has given security in the UK Given the decision to change Huawei’s presence in the 5G network.
Oliver Dowden said that the 5G network will be transformational for our country, but only if we believe in the security and flexibility of the infrastructure built on it. Following the restrictions imposed by Huawei on the US and technical advice from our cyber experts, the government has decided that it has become necessary to ban Huawei from our 5G network.
He added that no new kit would be added from January 2021 and that by the end of 2027 the UK’s 5G network would be free of Huawei.
Referring to the cooperation between the group of allies, Dowden said in Parliament that we are already working on all those options with all five of our close partners (File Eyes Partners). These 5 partners are the USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.