FILE PHOTO: the logo of the upcoming mobile standard, 5G will be shown at the Hannover fair in Hannover, Germany on March 31, 2019. (REUTERS photo/Fabian Bimmer/File Photo
BERLIN (Reuters) – germany’s federal network regulator, on Tuesday revealed the rules for the construction of the 5G mobile networks is that, in a collision, to the United States, do not rule out China’s Huawei Technologies.
Under the new rules, which will come to the end of this year or the beginning of 2020, operators need to ensure that the information will not be shared with the relevant authorities.
“The requirements are not specific to individual suppliers,” said a spokesman for the federal regulator, federal network agency, adding that no further regulation will be introduced if this is necessary.
In accordance with the regulations on critical infrastructure will be subject to a certification process.
The United States has piled pressure on the allies to join Huawei, the world’s leading telecom-equipment supplier, with a market share of 28%, said its gear is included ‘back doors’, so that you have China spy on other countries as well.
Reporting Tassilo Hummel,