Why It's Almost Impossible to Extract Huawei From Telecom Networks

Allies are under U.S. pressure to shun Huawei. But the company’s prevalence in existing telecom networks and dominance in 5G technology make that nearly impossible. Illustration: Crystal Tai

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35 Replies to “Why It's Almost Impossible to Extract Huawei From Telecom Networks”

  1. Bobby Chen

    So while Huawei spends $1.3billion on 5G R&D the USA spends 100Xs as much on their military industrial complex to bomb as many ethnic minority nations and sovereignties back to the Stone Age – this is the Judeo-Christian and WN nationalism

  2. Anthony Mendenhall

    There's a pretty decently sized niche of people in the US who import Huawei flagship phones like the P20/P30 (their cameras are really good).

    The US banning Huawei is pretty dumb. I personally think it's literally just Samsung and Apple lobbying to "ban" Huawei because it threatens their (Samsung and Apple) dominance of the US market. The US government in power currently (GOP) is anti-china as well.

  3. dudududu

    Just keep saying Chinese are copying other companies after Huawei literally ahead of every company on the globe. I dont know who s being brainwashed.

  4. K Rie

    Complete fake news. Thank you US for making Huawei popular I just preorder the Huawei P30 Pro after dropping Samsung. Keep crying loud because no one believe US anymore after lying to the entire world of WMD.

  5. MikeM

    Apple: Invents animated emoji's cause that's what the typical MKBHD fanboy wants! Also, cancel wireless charging cause they don't know what tf they're doing!

  6. Robert Adams

    Huawei?. Huawei isn't even in the LEAD in 5G technology. QUALCOMM is the LEADER and Qualcomm is a UNITED STATES COMPANY!!. QUALCOMM holds ALL THE CHIPS FOR 5G TO EVER EXIST!!.

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