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fPlus – Nu slår Huawei-krisen mot Sverige

USA har bestämt att man inte ska använda kinesiska leverantörer för att bygga 5G och försökt övertyga västländer att göra detsamma under flera år. – Hittills har Australien, Nya Zeeland och Japan följt rådet. Resten av västvärlden säger i princip ”vi hör vad ni säger, vi ska stötta sätta procedurer på plats men vi avser […]
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Published June 10, 2019 in .


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Sveriges Radio – Googles Huawei-stopp ses som en upptrappning

“Det är ett väldigt sammanflätat ekosystem med ömsesidiga beroenden där Ericsson har forskning i Kina, Huawei har forskning i Sverige, Apple-telefoner tillverkas i Kina och så vidare och så vidare. Det är därför konsekvenserna när det händer något av den här arten blir att det drabbar hela värdekedjan. Ingen blir vinnare i det här.” Bengt […]
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Published May 21, 2019 in , .


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Bloomberg – Ripples From Trump’s Huawei Crackdown Reach Mediterranean Shores

“This latest decision will hurt the whole ecosystem, and there won’t be any winners,” said Bengt Nordstrom, CEO of telecom consultancy Northstream. While carriers have likely stockpiled Huawei gear for some months, now “they need to decide if there are more measures that need to be taken,” he said. Read full article
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Published May 21, 2019 in , .


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Newsweek – U.S. LAGS CHINA IN THE NEXT BIG TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE IN CELLPHONE NETWORKS. HERE’S WHY IT DOESN’T MATTER

But which 5G race can the U.S. hope to win? There are really three different races: one to provide the equipment on which the new networks are built; one to roll out the services widely; and another to develop the whole package—the software, devices, services and business processes that take advantage of 5G’s blinding speed […]
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Published May 3, 2019 in , , .


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South China Morning Post – How US went from telecoms leader to 5G also-ran without challenger to China’s Huawei

“The US vendors were not convinced that GSM would become a global standard,” said Bengt Nordstrom, chief executive of Stockholm-based consultancy Northstream. “Instead, they supported all the technical standards in the US for their customers there. In many aspects, the era from the early 1990s to mid 2000s was lost time for the US mobile […]
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Published April 3, 2019 in , .