Huawei announced that it has filed a complaint in a U.S. federal court that challenges the constitutionality of Section 889 of the 2019 National Defence Authorisation Act (NDAA). Through this action, Huawei seeks a declaratory judgment that the restrictions targeting Huawei are unconstitutional, and a permanent injunction against these restrictions.
Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping discusses the US attacks on Huawei.
In his keynote address at MWC 2019, Rotating Chairman Guo Ping calls for global third party assurance to cyber security.
Written by the Director of Corporate & Public Affairs at Huawei Technologies (Australia) Pty Ltd
Huawei has been working with BT for almost 15 years. Since the beginning of this partnership, BT has operated on a principle of different vendors for different network layers. This agreement remains in place today. Since it acquired EE in 2016, the BT Group has been actively bringing EE’s legacy network architecture in line with […]
The Australian Government’s decision to block Huawei from Australia’s 5G market is politically motivated, not the result of a fact-based, transparent, or equitable decision-making process. It is not aligned with the long-term interests of the Australian people, and denies Australian businesses and consumers the right to choose from the best communications technology available. A non-competitive […]