The Reality of Ostracising Huawei

JOHN WALKO | February 25, 2019

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Removing Huawei equipment that's already installed is fraught with difficulties. Furthermore, it's not clear removal is necessary, let alone shunning the company's gear from the start. What's a wireless company to do?“Be careful what you wish for” is the idiom that comes to mind when we – or to be precise mobile network operators — focus on the travails of Chinese mobile infrastructure group Huawei and the global roll-out of 5G networks.

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