Well the Chinese telecommunications giant company Huawei have made continued efforts which are  aimed at reigniting the passion which with users approached the company and to in turnregain the trust of its fans and clients which they lost due to the security concerns and several clampdowns on the company’s operations by the, respective US government. Furthermorein a bid to keep existing clients and perhaps sway countries who are still contemplating about using Huawei’s 5G infrastructures, the tech giant have posted a much detailed Q&A on its website which has been titled “Huawei Facts”.Moreover, this comes, after the company has decided to tackle the US government, as theycontinue to push its allies to block the Chinese company from launching their 5G hardware.

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The US government think, that Huawei’s equipment could be used for spying on hostile countries for the Chinese government. The latest move taken the US is said to be an executive order which calls for banning the use of Huawei’s 5G equipment by US carriers. The Q&A is aimed at salvaging any public goodwill still left out there for Huawei, after the company has faced many problems after they started face criticism from the US. As of the moment, major countries which include, the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan have locked Huawei from providing the 5G hardware in there countries, all countries provide a large market for the company. Several countries in Europe are already said to be considering a similar move and are currently examining there point of view, on this particular case.

Huawei has published a Q&A session on their website, in an effort to regain there clients’!

The US will most likely be able to persuade European countriesto take in to consideration the recent developments which have surfaced and a recent statement by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo states, that Washington may be forced to scale back certain operations in Europe and elsewhere if countries continue to do business with Huawei, which will most likely influence Europe’s decisionin this regard. Furthermore, inthe company’s Q&A, Huawei says there has never been a major security breach in there 30 years of establishing and running a business but if the said evidence is produced by the US, it will be addressed “directly”. The Chinese company also asserts that despite numerous “inaccurate reports in the media”, Chinese law does not require it to install “back doors” in networks and other equipment. The company continues to deny any untoward connections with the Chinese military or security agencies. It also harps on the need for countries to recognize the importance of setting better  standards for the people, adopting ­industry best practices and implementing risk-mitigation procedures to ensure that there is an objective basis for choosing technology vendors. It is still very unclear if this US clampdown is an escalation of the US-China trade war or whether the concerns are 100% true, but lets wait and see how it all plans out for both sides!


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