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India needs norms for 5G NextGen IoT devices, but framing

Security experts warned that IoT devices – be it a smart TV, fridge or a washing machine – would be much more vulnerable in a 5G context since devices with built-in software and processors like computers can serve as jump-off points for launching serious cyberattacks on individual consumers, institutional assets and even critical information infrastructure […]Read More

UK asks Japan for Huawei alternatives in 5G networks, suggests

TOKYO: The British government asked Japan to help build its 5G wireless networks without Huawei Technologies, citing NEC Corp and Fujitsu Ltd as potential alternative suppliers, the Nikkei business daily reported on Sunday. British officials met with their counterparts in Tokyo on Thursday, two days after Britain ordered Huawei equipment purged from its 5G networks […]Read More

US posts rule allowing U.S. companies to work with Huawei

The U.S. Department of Commerce on Tuesday posted a new rule that allows U.S. companies to work with China’s Huawei to develop standards for 5G and other cutting-edge technologies, despite restrictions on doing business with the telecommunications equipment maker. Reuters reported on Monday that the rule had been approved and sent to the Federal Register. […]Read More

UK planning to reduce Huawei’s 5G role: Report

London: Boris Johnson is planning to reduce Huawei Technologies Co’s involvement in the UK’s fifth-generation mobile networks in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Telegraph reported, citing unidentified sources. The British prime minister instructed officials to draw up plans under which China’s involvement in the country’s 5G infrastructure would be scaled down to zero […]Read More