U.S.-allied companies to test alternatives to the Chinese 5G-technology: Est

The united states Secretary of Defense Mark Esper is speaking at the annual Munich security Conference in Germany, February 15, 2020. (REUTERS photo/Andreas Gebert

MUNICH (Reuters) – the united states Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, said on Saturday that Washington was working with the technology companies in the United States of america, and the united nations, and the development of alternatives to the Chinese 5 g of the suppliers and have been testing it on a U.S. military base.

“We are encouraging the allies, and the US tech companies for alternatives to to develop 5G solutions, and we work with them to test these technologies on the military bases as we speak,” Esper said at the Munich Security Conference.

“The development of our own safe and secure 5G networks will be outweighed by the perceived benefits of co-operation with the heavily-subsidized Chinese suppliers and meeting with the leadership of the party.”.

Reporting by John Irish and Paul Carrel; Editing by Edmund Blair

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