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Ericsson, Nokia, Cisco hover for clippings from Huawei’s wings

The Huawei case has split both nations and Telcos with even the US harboring opponents of Trump’s flat out campaign to hobble the company, at least as an international force. It is after all just 13 months since Google struck a deal with Huawei over messaging which has been under review but not yet rescinded since the affair blew up alongside the wider trade war between the US and China during the second half of 2018. Other countries, notably Japan, Australia and New Zealand, have adopted the strong US stance by banning use of Huawei equipment in 5G networks. Other countries have been caught undecided, as have many telcos, so not surprisingly the issue has dominated the run up to…

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