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Norway is considering a ban on equipment Huawei in the 5G network

Norway is considering equipment from the Chinese telecomfabrikant Huawei to fend off his future 5G network.

“We share the same concerns as the United States and the United Kingdom, and that is spying on private and public parties”, says the Norwegian minister of Justice and Public Security, Tor Mikkel enjoyed our stay, Wednesday against Reuters news agency.

Many western countries have raised concerns about the use of Huawei equipment in future 5G networks. The United States fear that China, the equipment of the company used for spying. Huawei denies this, and public evidence for the accusation is missing.

The Norwegian telecom companies Telia and Telenor, is in the hands of the Norwegian state, currently use equipment from Huawei in existing 4G networks. Also, devices from the Chinese manufacturer tested in experimental 5G applications.

Also including New Zealand and Australia have announced no equipment of Huawei in the 5G networks.

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