BEIJING TRANSLATION COMPANY: After Germany questioned whether there was any evidence to ban Huawei, another news came from India: Huawei was allowed to participate in the 5G test. It is undoubtedly a good thing for Huawei, who is in the "Five-Eye Alliance" to hang together.
According to the Times of India on December 18, Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications giant, has been allowed to participate in the 5G test in India, "which marks a new and goodwill political atmosphere between the leaders of two neighbouring countries."
As early as early as October, the CEO of Huawei India said that Huawei had been invited by the Indian government to conduct a 5G test on September 27.
On November 5, the Hong Kong Economic Daily quoted industry insiders as saying that Huawei had conducted its first 5G test with Bharti Airtel, India's largest operator.
At present, India lags behind other Asian countries in telecommunications technology. Unwilling to lag behind, India's telecommunications minister proposed to speed up the construction of 5G network services within four years and provide complete 5G services in 2022. To crack down on Huawei, or to make India pay a price.