China's Huawei, which was filmed by U.S. President Trump and is now the "public enemy" of the world. The U.S., Japan, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the U.K. are on the verge of eviction. His daughter was also arrested and released on bail. He said that being an enemy to the public is a subject of the world. What is Huawei's making the world nervous?
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Chinese telecommunication and electronic equipment have long been suspected of being used for spying or cyberattacks by the Chinese government. This is because these companies are virtually under the control of the Chinese government. Huawei is the representative. Moreover, Huawei is the world's No. 1 telecommunication equipment, No. 2 Smartphone manufacturer, and the world's first 100 brand, symbolizing China's policy of fostering high-tech industries. Three reasons why the U.S. is trying to oust Huawei from the global market.
In addition to concerns over China's cyberattacks, some analysts say that the U.S. is behind China's move to reject Huawei's move, as well as check out China's burgeoning technology companies and compete for hegemony over the next-generation 5G network. Because 5G is at least 10 times faster than 4G (LTE) telecommunication and has stable access to many devices, it is seen as a core infrastructure of 4G industry revolution such as IoT (Internet of Things), self-driving cars, VR (Virtual Reality), which requires huge amount of data exchange. Due to this reason, advanced technology countries have long invested huge amount of money to preoccupy 5G technologies.
Chinese telecommunication businesses have quickly increased their competitive edge in 5G by providing huge amount of support from Chinese Government and competitive edge in price. Huawei, which topped global telecommunication equipment markets with 28% of shares in global telecommunication equipment markets, also started investing into 5G starting from 2009 and has shown influence in establishing international standards. "The U.S. is lagging behind China in manufacturing and operation of telecommunication infrastructures." said A U.S. National Security Agency document that was obtained and reported by Accios, an online media outlet, in January.
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to be that China should not be allowed to lead 5G markets. In fact, the Trump administration blocked the acquisition of Qualcomm, a Chinese semiconductor company, in March. Qualcomm, which has the world's best technology in chips for Smartphones, is making huge investments in 3G and 4G as well as 5G development. "While the U.S. was concerned that it could give China a new technology of 5G, Huawei's boycott took place," said the Financial Times.