Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP
Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP
Huawei

US FCC advances proposed Huawei and ZTE equipment ban on telecoms networks, which could revoke prior approvals

  • The proposed rules would prevent the Chinese tech giants from being able to win authorisation for use on US networks
  • The rules also affect Hikvision, Hytera Communications and Dahua Technology, which were designated as national security threats in March

Topic |   Huawei
Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP
Newly proposed rules from the FCC could force telecommunications networks to remove equipment from Huawei and ZTE despite prior approvals. Photo: AP
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