The CEO said that the issue for European operators in banning Huawei has less to do with security and everything to do with vendor's lack of interoperability.
The 5G race heats up in Ireland as all three operators plan to launch services in 2019. Huawei could be involved in some of the networks.
Enterprises are primarily using AI in the cloud to increase revenue and free up employees’ time to do tasks that are more valuable to the company.
TDC CEO Allison Kirby told local media that the operator “is not blind” to the widely held concerns linked to Huawei and cybersecurity threats.
Open Rack will increase the environmental sustainability of the vendor’s future data centers and will improve its operational efficiencies.
The European Parliament calls for action at the EU level on security threats linked to China.
The U.S. government is pressuring Germany to ban Huawei from 5G deployments over national security concerns.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 8, 2019: Huawei seeks a legal injunction. Juniper's acquisition expands its enterprise portfolio. VMware launches Service-defined Firewall.
The lawsuit, which was filed in a federal court in Texas, seeks a permanent injunction against the ban and a declaratory judgement that the restrictions tied to the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act are unconstitutional.
Huawei is losing no time in building on its momentum from the show as today it opened a Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels, Belgium.
5G was by far the biggest talking point at this year's MWC Barcelona event but Huawei did give it a run for its money.
SDxCentral Weekly Wrap for March 1, 2019: Huawei goes on the offensive against security claims. Cisco and VMware add 5G to their SD-WAN platforms. Carriers have "beach-front" property.
Separate reports from Synergy Research and 650 Group pegged the market at between $44 billion and $49 billion last year.
The Chinese equipment vendor’s rotating chairman said that the U.S. government has no evidence to support its claims that Huawei's equipment has been used for espionage.
Suri also stated that in terms of costs, Nokia was “confident” in its ability to compete, and that includes on important features like security.