Huawei Australia Chief Technology and Cyber Security Officer David Soldani delivered a presentation and presented a new research paper at the 29th International Telecommunication Networks and Application Conference (ITNAC) in Auckland on November 27th to 29th. David’s research paper examines the key themes around 5G Cyber Security for telecom networks and presents the range of […]
Inquiry into 5G in Australia has now been accepted and published by the Committee.
(Sydney; November 27th 2019): Huawei Australia would like to take this opportunity to respond to comments made by Malcolm Turnbull, former Prime Minister of Australia, on Sky News this morning. Responding to questions about his government’s decision to exclude Huawei from delivering 5G technology to our Australian customers Mr. Turnbull said. “It is possible to […]
More & more countries welcome Huawei’s 5G Media hysteria surrounding Huawei’s 5G technology belies the fact most countries in the world want open and dynamic telecommunications markets. They also want Huawei to supply its world leading 5G technology. While Australia has decided to isolate itself from Huawei’s 5G leading technology (while continuing to use Huawei’s […]
Stephen Engle: Good afternoon, friends. My name is Stephen Engle. I am Chief North Asia Correspondent for Bloomberg Television. And thank you very much for joining us for this Coffee with Ren. Again, we also welcome the international media, domestic media, also some invited guests from various parts of the world. We’d also like to […]
[Sydney, November 1st 2019] Huawei Australia has told the Inquiry into 5G in Australia led by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts that 5G is Australia’s last chance to deliver universal high-speed broadband to all Australians – adding that Australia is already being left far behind in the global race to deliver 5G […]