Deutsche Telekom announced that it will review its supplier policy and Orange said it would not hire the Chinese company to build its fifth-generation (5G) mobile network in the Gallian nation.
In addition to the conflict that Huawei experiences in the United States, Chinese technology giant faces new challenges in Europe after German Deutsche Telekom announced that it will review its supplier policy and French Orange said it would not hire the company to build its network of providers. Fifth Generation (5G) of Mobile Phones in the Gallic Nation.
The announcements of market leaders in both countries, the two state-owned properties, follow the exclusion of Huawei due to national security in some US federations, led by Australia.
According to Washington, Huawei is responding to the Chinese state and its network equipment can have "backdoors" that would allow cyber spying.
Deutsche Telecom's review will, as US regulatory authorities, analyze the proposed acquisition of T-Mobile US $ 26 billion by Sprint Corp, controlled by the Japanese group Softbank.
Huawei says security concerns are unfounded.
The tension has increased due to the arrest of Huawei's financial manager in Canada for any extradition to the United States.