Huawei 5G network equipment banned in the UK effective December 31
In a sweeping turn of events, the UK government has banned Huawei from providing 5G infrastructure equipment to local carriers. Effective after December 31, British telecom operators will no longer be allowed to buy or use Huawei 5G components in their next-gen networks.
The decision was signed off by Prime Minister Boris Johnson during a meeting with the National Security Council (NSC) and in addition orders all currently deployed Huawei 5G equipment to be removed by 2027.
The new resolution is based on advice from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) in response to the latest US sanctions against Huawei and its chipset supply from earlier this May. It’s also a reprisal of the UK government’s previous decision from January to allow Huawei’s 5G equipment.
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