29 Mar '13, 3pm

Operatorในอเมริกา พร้อมใจแบน Huawei กับ ZTE ตามนโยบายทำเนียบขาวที่อ้างเรื่องความปลอดภัย #wirelessweek

Sprint and Softbank, the Japanese cellular company that intends to buy 70 percent of the U.S.’s third largest carrier, are expected to allow the U.S. government oversight in its choice of network suppliers. The New York Times reports the deal, which is being pushed as a possible contingency for approval of the acquisition, would enable the government to monitor changes to the combined company’s network and possibly prevent it from using equipment manufactured by Chinese companies, particularly Huawei. Both Softbank and Sprint have given their word to congress that no Huawei infrastructure equipment will be integrated with Sprint’s U.S. mobile network. Clearwire, the WiMax provider of which Sprint owns half and is currently seeking to fully acquire, will reportedly replace all existing Huawei components of its network infrastructure. Huawei, which is in the hunt to become t...

Full article: http://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2013/03/sprint-softbank-...

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wirelessweek.com 29 Mar '13, 2pm

Sprint and Softbank, the Japanese cellular company that intends to buy 70 percent of the U.S.’s third largest carrier, are...