Tencent Technology News, according to foreign media reports, Brazilian Vice President Hamilton
According to foreign media reports, the U.S. government has asked countries to reject Huawei's technology when developing new mobile phone networks, on the grounds that Huawei's equipment may pose security risks, but Huawei has always denied that there are security risks.
In March this year, US President Donald
However, Brazilian Vice President Moran, who met with Huawei's chief executive Ren Zhengfei during his visit to China last month, said Brazil had no plans to ban Huawei's equipment when it launched its 5G network next year.
Moran told a Brazilian newspaper that there was no distrust within the Brazilian government of the Chinese company and that Brazil needed the telecommunications technology it provided.
According to foreign media reports, Brazilian mobile operator Tim Participacoes SA announced this month that it will use Huawei technology to test 5G networks in southern Brazil.
It is worth mentioning that Huawei once competed for the Brazilian smartphone market, but it suffered setbacks in 2014. Huawei recently restarted its smartphone business in Brazil, where it plans to produce smartphones locally.
On Friday, Huawei said it is leading the global 5G market and has won 46 commercial contracts for 5G telecommunications equipment in 30 countries and regions.
Huawei is one of the three largest telecom equipment manufacturers in the world. The other two rivals are Nokia of Finland and Ericsson of Sweden. These companies are currently competing for 5G equipment and network construction contracts for telecommunications companies around the world. (Tencent Technology Revision/Chengxi)