“We will like to license the 5G technology to a US company. The US is not having any company and it can compete with the world,” Zhengfei at a roundtable said.
The technology giant, as a part of the package, according to Zhengfei, would allow the 5G patent including source code, manufacturing and chipset design including the know-how to the potential company.
Huawei’s rivals include Korean Samsung, Finnish Nokia, and Swedish Ericsson.Zhengfei said that the company that has a healthy workplace, would be happy to see competition and added that it the Chinese firm do not see competition as a threat but a driver for innovation.
The US regime has backlisted the Chinese gear maker, and wanted other countries to follow the suit, and despite having any clinching evidence of a backdoor entry by the telecom company.
“There is no evidence of backdoor yet we are subject to rigorous scrutiny in the US and the UK,” he said.
The Chinese gear maker added that the UK has found some issues in the company’s solution, and to mitigate it, the company was ready to sigh no-backdoor deals and is complying with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Zhengfei said that the company aspires to build secure and trustworthy networks, and able to deliver faster speeds.
“In the age of the Internet, we will still learn from each other,” the chairman added.
Shenzhen-based telecom company is a member of more than 350 standards bodies and operates in more than 170 countries.
Marred with controversy, the Chinese telecom giant with the largest portfolio of 5G patents is banking on its cost-efficient ultra-lean 5G site that allows instant activation, and can club 3G and 4G together.
Former British Telecom chief technology officer Peter Cochrane said that the issue is more political than technology fears.
“There is no concerted effort by the industry to allay fears,” Cochrane added.
The Chinese major’s top executive also said that there was a need that the new technology should be trusted worldwide and more freedom should be provided.
“We need more trust. 5G is not rocket science but is a tool,” Zhengfei said.
Zhengfei further said that the Artificial Intelligence (AI) would help societies efficiently and boost productivity and new jobs would be created.
“AI will create greater wealth, improve education & increase productivity,” he added.
London-based telecom carrier Vodafone, according to the Chinese company, is deploying Huawei’s 5G equipment with networks becoming ready in some European cities in the second half of 2019.
China and Huawei have called on India to take a fair call on the company’s participation in India’s 5G trials, and subsequent deployment of the next-generation technology.
India-born noted scientist and professor at the Stanford University AJ Paulraj said that the current fiasco between the two countries was nothing but a clash between rising and ruling technology powers with 5G at the forefront.
Paulraj is also a chairman of the Steering Committee of the Department of Telecommunications (DoT)-driven 5G Forum which is responsible for India’s 5G roadmap.
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