In November 2019 the FCC cut ties with Chinese enterprises, concluding that Huawei and ZTE posed a threat to US national security.
The federal government is banning Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei from Canada’s fifth-generation networks, citing security concerns. The decision comes with far-reaching im-plications for national security and diplomacy, which critics say is long overdue.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that the total number of 5G connections will reach 3.2 billion by 2026, recording a growth rate of 940%.
According to analysts, the renewed US–Japan alliance to take on China’s dominance in 5G is an unrealistic illusion that is doomed to fail, given Chinese development of 5G infrastructure and their huge domestic application market.