Message to Australia: Banning Huawei solves nothing During the post-9/11 years I worked on Cyber Security for President George W. Bush and I saw how the United States government and the private sector worked together on addressing the emerging Cyber Security risk. Now times have very much changed and the US government finds itself in […]
Meeting the huge challenge of Coronavirus is not easy – but technology can play a crucial role in helping us to get there. At the height of the outbreak in Wuhan Huawei helped set up #5G coverage at the extraordinary Huoshenshan Hospital which was built in just a matter of days to cope with the thousands of patients suffering from the virus. […]
The Facts on Huawei My first day at Huawei was twenty two years ago – it was a very different company back then and a very different China too. Huawei was a very small private company and we could not win any business with telcos in China’s big cities because they were using technology from […]
Let’s Talk Huawei Podcast #4 Mobile Networks In this episode of the Let’s Talk Podcast, host Jeremy Mitchell sits down with Tony Brown, the Head of Corporate Media & Communications at Huawei Australia, as they discuss the mobile technologies that led to where we are now.
On Tuesday last week the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced it would allow Huawei equipment to stay in Britain’s 5G networks, despite intense pressure from Washington not to do so. Although most Americans had not heard of Huawei until Washington began its campaign about one year ago, it is the world’s largest maker […]
The UK National Cyber Security Centre Technical Director Dr Ian Levy explains in this Blog how the UK will secure its future 5G network and makes the key point that there will continue to be a split between the Core and Radio Access Networks in 5G. https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/blog-post/the-future-of-telecoms-in-the-uk