FILE PHOTO: The Ericsson logo is visible on the Ericsson corporate headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden, June 14, 2018. The photo was taken on the 14th of June, 2018. REUTERS/Olof Swahnberg/File Photo
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) – Greenland’s achievement of Sweden’s Ericsson with the chinese Huawei, for the supply of equipment for the fifth-generation (5G) telecommunications network, state telecoms operator Tele Greenland, said on Thursday.
“5G is coming to Europe, but no date has been set for this yet. We don’t see Huawei as a potential supplier of (Tele Greenland) 5G network,” CEO Kristian Reinert Davidsen told the broadcaster KNR.
His remarks were confirmed to Reuters by Tele Greenland on Friday.
Ericsson, which is also included in Greenland’s 4G network, was not immediately available for comment. Huawei’s representative office in Denmark will not respond to a request for comment.
The fear of high-tech espionage, and a fight with China over trade, the United States pushed the allies to Ascend high yield 5 g of more. Huawei has refused to accept any of the equipment that can be used as a spying tool.
Earlier this year, the privately-owned Danish telecoms operator TDC are also picked with Ericsson on Smartphone and for the 5G network. The TDC said it was a business decision, but it is not blind to some of the widespread concerns about Huawei and the security of your information.
Reporting by Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen; Editing by Jason Neely and Mark Potter