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There’s been a lot of talk about how much of a role Huawei is going to be allowed in the UK’s 5G network, and it sounds like the government has come to a decision.
According to the Telegraph, it’s looking like Huawei will be allowed to contribute to networks’ 5G equipment, but only up to 50%. That’s a decent step up for the company from the possibility of a total ban.
The compromise will likely be good news for the networks, because Huawei is one of the biggest and most affordable suppliers of networking equipment in the world, and being able to use its products will make the job of rolling out 5G substantially easier.
With only half of any
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