How will Covid-19 impact 5G?
Mobile technology is playing a vital role to keep us connected at this very difficult time. The global peak body for mobile communications, (GSMA) takes a look at the virus’ impact on 5G.
Mobile World Live:
Huawei launches AI-assisted cloud diagnosis to tackle coronavirus.
Together with the Huazhong University of Science & Technology and Lanwon Technology, Huawei has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) tool helping doctors diagnose Covid-19 cases with greater ease. The AI-assisted diagnosis service can automatically assess lung structure and function, alleviating the shortage of doctors qualified to perform such analyses.
IT Pro Portal:
Deloitte White Paper: 5G & Covid-19
How can 5G enhance pandemic prevention and treatment and drive the digital transformation of healthcare systems to tackle major public emergencies. Read Huawei’s new joint white paper with Deloitte China to find out.
IoT Business News:
Knocking out Huawei doesn’t solve the real problem.
Australian defence strategist, Hugh White says the Huawei ban has not achieved its ostensible aim of removing the threat of cyber-espionage coming from China, or from anywhere else.
Australian Financial Review:
The UK approved Huawei 5G equipment.
Equipment from China’s Huawei can be used in the UK’s 5G networks. The eventual decision was surprisingly transparent, according to Wired’s Matt Burgess.
Is the US losing its fight against Huawei?
Wired contributing editor Garrett M. Gaff says the Trump administration has spent years pressuring the UK to ban Chinese giant Huawei. It didn’t work.
Comment: It’s time to face up to reality and let Huawei help build our 5G.
Huawei 5G should be approved in defiance of Trump, ex-security advisers urge Boris Johnson.
Huawei Is Winning the Argument in Europe, as the US Fumbles to Develop Alternatives.
New York Times:
Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia lead in 5G contributions: Report
Huawei USA, Chief Security Officer, Andy Purdy talks to ABC Radio National breakfast host, Fran Kelly about securing supply chains and evaluating and testing all telecommunications equipment.
ABC Radio National:
Huawei ‘rip and replace’ price tag doubles to $2B amid coronavirus outbreak
In an effort to remove Huawei’s reliable, affordable and preferred telecom equipment from rural networks, the United States is set to spend $2 billion to fix something that’s not broken.
UK NCSC Technical Director Dr Ian Levy explains how the security analysis behind the UK Government’s supply chain review will ensure the UK’s telecoms networks are secure – regardless of the vendors used.
National Cyber Security Centre:
What we can learn from the controversy around Huawei.
Jonathan Liebenau , an Associate Professor in Technology Management at the London School of Economics Department of Management, describes how Huawei has moved from a follower to a leader.
The London School of Economics:
Huawei USA, Chief Security Officer, Andy Purdy argues banning Huawei solves nothing.
Is there a winner in Huawei’s digital cold war with the US?
Harvard Business School professor shares his thoughts on Huawei’s entrepreneurial start, where the company is headed and how the US must learn to deal with the reality of being overtaken without becoming paranoid.
Harvard Business Review: