Huawei calls America's bluff on the proof-of-doors: “please don’t be shy. Publish

In mobile networks, one must have a “lawful interception interface”, so that law enforcement officers can gain access to a network that has a good warranty. Each country has its own laws, rules and regulations, but to all of the requirements of their law enforcement agencies will have the opportunity to do so. Earlier this week, the The Wall Street Journal quoted AMERICAN officials who said that Huawei, the location of these interfaces is the secret of their carrier-customers, and government officials in the countries that host these networks. It would Ascend in order to gain access to the information that is supposed to be available only for the enforcement of the law, and some of the carrier’s own employees.

Huawei denies the access to all unwanted calls

In the same report, the US national security adviser, Robert O’brien, was quoted as saying, “We have evidence that Huawei has the ability to be in the secret, in order to gain access to sensitive and private information in the systems, and sell all over the world.” Reuters is reporting that Huawei’s cyber security chief, John Suffolk, has fired back with a denial. “We do not have access to this equipment, we don’t know what to call it or the information is intercepted, and we don’t know if it’s intercepted,” the Suffolk is listed. “Everything we do is on one side of the box, that is, it is blind to what is happening on the other side of the field.”

Suffolk, told reporters today that the Smartphone does not have the equipment that will be used by the mobile operators and law enforcement to intercept the communications going through the network. In addition, he also noted that the United States is not actual evidence of the claims he has made. Huawei’s chief of cybersecurity, it is the call of the Trump and the administration’s bluff. “We’re saying:” don’t hide it, don’t be shy. Publish and let the world see it, ” Suffolk said, of the evidence that the U.S. officials claim that they have. “I’m not aware of any operator who has said of Huawei:” Come and sit in this room and look to see what’s going on, ” he said. “If I tell you that our staff members have been involved with some of these things, then we would have to take the appropriate measures to do so.”

Huawei is the largest vendor of networking equipment in the world, and analysts say that the technology is one and a half to two years ahead of rivals such as Nokia and Ericsson. In addition, it is the Chinese manufacturer’s strong ties with China’s state-run bank, in order to provide its customers with the generous funding of the terms and conditions. The united states has been trying to come up with ways to make the failure of a rival who could challenge Huawei in this segment of the wireless industry. She said the internal networks of companies, such as Oracle and Cisco, to take on the Ascend, but both of them refused to spend the time and / or money. It was the offer of a loan of a Nokia, and Ericsson, in order to help them to match up with Huawei’s generous funding, on the terms and conditions, and for the last week, the Attorney-General, William Barr, floated the idea that the united states and the control of the two companies. The Vice-President and Mike Pence have shot down the idea.

Huawei’s, Suffolk, was also asked why, if the US accusations on Huawei, where, are, rivals such as Nokia and Ericsson are not the growth of wireless companies, at 30%-40% per year. Answering his own question, the chief cyber security, said: “The faith of our customers, and this can be seen in the results of the past 30 years, and is an indication of what our customers have to find out from the government.” He also called upon the authorities and for operators of “smart” as they Ascend in the race to complete the 5G network.

On Friday, the Swedish networking company Ericsson has said that, in terms of the number of commercial contracts for work on 5G networks it is a global market leader in the provision of such networks and other stakeholders. The According To The Financial Times it says that Ericsson has 79 contracts, compared with 63 Nokia 50 phone. Ericsson’s executive vice-president, Fredrik Jejdling, said: “We have used 24 [live] the networks all over the world [in 14 countries]. We have been the first to deploy networks that are spread over four continents around the world. Therefore, it is difficult for us to see that, for us, at this time, we believe we have a competitive portfolio, which is on a par or ahead of our competitors.”