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Huawei gets 46 commercial 5G contracts from 30 countries, amidst the US Ban: Report

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One of the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker Huawei is going through hard times and has been in the news for the same lately. That is due to the US imposing ban on Huawei from using the American-made electronics and software as well, which led to companies like Google, Intel, Qualcomm, ARM, and tech giants like Facebook cutting ties with the equipment maker.

While the company had a good time with its ultra-premium smartphones this year and even topped the sales, this ban had made the company running out of options, and the company is considering other possibilities to build its hardware and software.

Despite the ban, a new report from Economic Times suggests us that Huawei has obtained 46 commercial 5G contracts till now in 30 countries and has claimed to have shipped one-lakh 5G stations globally. This has made Huawei topping the list in setting up super fast telecommunications system amidst the ban, the report suggests. Further, the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has recently granted permissions for 5G utilization to four state-owned telecom giants to rollout 5G services commercially.

Huawei has further confirmed that it is well prepared for China’s 5G commercial usage amidst the US ban and the ongoing trade battle between the US and China. The next-gen cellular technology i.e., 5G ought to bring high-speed connectivity with speeds increasing up to 10-100x than the current 4G connectivity, and Huawei is supposedly the largest tech giant currently to roll out these 5G contracts in this vast scale; however, the 30 country details haven’t been revealed yet by the company.

The report had further revealed that countries like Australia and New Zealand had blocked Huawei from supplying equipment for 5G mobile networks. We have to wait and see how this 5G rollout will impact amidst the ban. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

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