Because of national security risks, mainland China has been banned for other examples! New Zealand Telecom Spark New Zealand said on the 28th that the Government Communications Security Agency rejected Spark New Zealand to use 5G equipment from Continental Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. in cellular tissue from erections planned on the grounds that it poses a major risk to national security. Proposal.
According to a Reuters report on the 28th, the New Zealand Government Communications Communication Agency said that a major risk crisis had been identified in the cellular network regulated by Spark and the company had been notified. At the same time, the New Zealand intelligence department also said that Spark could work with the department to reduce risk, but did not want to mention which parts of the Spark cellular network caused concern, and indicated that this was "confidential information."
Spark New Zealand said in a statement that a decision made by the Government Communications Communication Agency meant that Spark could not use a Huawei device on the 5G network that was planned to be prepared. Huawei did not respond to requests for immediate comment.
Reuters reported that Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Yan Shuang said that the mainland "really paid attention" to the New Zealand government's decision and hoped that the New Zealand side would provide land-based businesses and help the two countries develop a mutually beneficial situation.
Recently, Western countries have also voiced concerns about the growing influence of land-based companies in the Asia-Pacific region. In August this year, Australia also banned Huawei from supplying 5G cellular network equipment on the basis of national security risks. In addition, Australia expanded its national security regulations in August to exclude suppliers of telecommunications equipment believed to be associated with foreign governments.
(China Times News)
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