The White house plan to absorb Ericsson or Nokia to combat Huawei media

В Белом доме планируют поглотить Ericsson или Nokia для борьбы с Huawei - СМИ

The administration of the President of the United States Donald trump is ready to encourage the leaders of the technological sector of the USA, such as Cisco Systems, the absorption of Ericsson or Nokia, to successfully resist the Chinese company Huawei.

As reported by RBC with reference to The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), the us government plan to provide tax relief and provide funding, support, investors willing to invest in one of the European OEMs.

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However, according to sources, American business did not show interest in buying low-margin companies.

In parallel we are discussing the option of supporting an open technology for networks, which will facilitate us startups developing equipment for 5G.

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According to WSJ, the White house is considering different plans for countering China’s Huawei in the global telecommunications equipment market for 5G networks.

“These ideas show you how far I will go USA in their struggle with China over who will supply the world’s advanced technologies”, – the newspaper writes.

In may, the Commerce Department announced the restrictions, according to which foreign semiconductor manufacturers who use American software and technology, must obtain a license for the supply of its products Huawei.

Before that, it was reported that the Chinese company Huawei has allegedly hidden access cell phone networks around the world.

The Chinese company owns 28% of the world’s telecommunications equipment market, and she sells it “from Asia to Germany.”

American suppliers are still too small to compete with Huawei, which means that larger wireless operators do not want to buy Chinese equipment continue to rely on the three international suppliers – Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung Electronics Co., the newspaper notes.

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