In Europe, Huawei is now facing new challenges after the statements were released by Deutsche Telekom saying that the company will be reviewing its vendor strategy and Orange also stated that so as to build the next generation network for the company in France.

This shift by the market leaders of the nation, both of which are owned by the state is in the wake of the exclusion of the Huawei on the grounds of national security by the allies of United States which is led by Australia from the development and building up of their mobile networks of fifth generation.

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The review by the Deutsche Telekom comes in the wake of the scrutinization of the take over worth $26 billion by the United States’ T-Mobile which is Sprint Corp. this has been controlled by Softbank of Japan.

According to the reporting of Nikkei, Softbank has been planning for the replacement of the 4G network equipment of the company from Huawei. Softbank is now just days away listing in Tokyo, its wireless unit.

Huawei has stated that the concerns of security are unfounded.

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There has been a heightening in the tensions because of the arrest of the Chief Financial Officer of Huawei in Canada. This was because of the possibility of extradition to the United States.

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The CEO of Orange, Stephane Richard told the reporters who were in Paris that the company does not foresee that it will be calling on Huawei for the 5G network.

He further added that that they are working with Ericsson and Nokia who are their traditional partners.

According to Richard, the concerns pertaining to security were legitimate and stated that he completely comprehends that all of their countries along with the authorities of France are preoccupied.

Source: Reuters, Channel News Asia