Huawei Technologies deputy chairman Ken Hu Houkun speaks during the opening of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker’s new Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels on Tuesday. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Huawei opens cybersecurity centre in Europe amid US efforts to ban firm’s 5G network gear

  • Chinese tech giant urges regulators, standards organisations and telecoms carriers to work together in the new facility
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Huawei Technologies deputy chairman Ken Hu Houkun speaks during the opening of the Chinese telecoms equipment maker’s new Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels on Tuesday. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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A Huawei Technologies 5G base station deployed by China Mobile is seen in Henan province in central China. Huawei, the world’s largest telecoms equipment supplier, is going on a legal offensive against the US government, which has been trying to persuade other countries to ban the Chinese company’s gear from mobile networks. Photo: Reuters

Huawei goes on legal warpath with twin North American lawsuits

  • The legal offensive shows a more aggressive stance against the US government’s efforts to ban use of Huawei gear
  • Countries are preparing to spend billions on 5G networks, enabling everything from smart highways to self-driving cars
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A Huawei Technologies 5G base station deployed by China Mobile is seen in Henan province in central China. Huawei, the world’s largest telecoms equipment supplier, is going on a legal offensive against the US government, which has been trying to persuade other countries to ban the Chinese company’s gear from mobile networks. Photo: Reuters
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