Huawei Could Be Blocked From Australia’s 5G Network Over National Security Concerns


Huawei, the world’s second biggest smartphone manufacturer placed between Samsung and Apple is facing fresh controversy in Australia’s telecommunications landscape.

The government could potentially ban the Chinese telecommunications giant from taking part in the development of the country’s rapid 5G mobile network over national security concerns. If this happens it would be a major setback for Huawei which had already been blocked from tendering for the National Broadband Network (NBN) back in 2012.

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Source: D’MARGE