October 22, 2021

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Huawei vs USA

Huawei’s withdrawal from the US market is over. Authorities should allocate billions of dollars to replace devices

US Federal Communications Commission It will begin accepting applications from next year to cover ISP costs owed to Sanctions imposed by the United States They found themselves in a dead end. Service providers, for reasons of penalties and company announcements should Huawei ZTE Remove national manufacturers’ equipment from their networks as national threats. The costs of replacing “Chinese” equipment are certainly not insignificant, and small suppliers are reluctant to do so. The agency reports that the US Federal Communications Commission is offering a massive injection of up to 1.9 billion US dollars Reuters.com.

Providers don’t want to switch equipment often

After ranking Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, US ISPs had to reach out to companies like Nokia, Ericsson and others. However, Chinese producers were an affordable option for most suppliers. As a result, we still find Chinese devices in hundreds of thousands of American homes. Designation of companies as security risk It’s been an “old relationship” for several months.

Customized package in the amount of $1.9 billion It was originally intended only for providers with less than 2 million customers. However, over time, the FCC changed its mind and raised the limit to 10 million customers. Thus, a much larger proportion of service providers will have access to the same package, which is intended only to offset the costs associated with replacing “Chinese” telecom equipment than was originally planned.

The war between the United States and Chinese society

The conflict between US officials, federal security agencies and the Chinese side has been going on for several years. However, from the point of view of Chinese producers, the situation continues to deteriorate. Originally, the licenses of Chinese producers were revoked, so they had to completely withdraw from the US market. Subsequently, smaller players from the tech market were added to the list of “banned” Chinese companies. Husband Huawei ZTE The companies were later added to the list Hytera, Hangzhou Hikvision a Zheujian Dahua. Currently all five cannot trade with the US, and US sanctions are also affecting the work and business of individual manufacturers who, for example, do not have access to “US” technology and devices.

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