The U.S. 5G Clean Network List is Updated

The U.S. State Department commissioned the U.S. Think Tank Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to assess the supply of telecommunications equipment and publish a list of global 5G clean networks, with the purpose of ensuring that its key telecommunications networks, clouds, data analysis, mobile applications, Internet of Things, and 5G technologies are not used Go to “untrusted” equipment suppliers to protect them from malicious attackers or unfair extrajudicial control by authoritarian governments such as the Communist Party of China.

The “5G Clean Network” is established by many countries and companies. The US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced in April this year that the US State Department will begin to require all 5G network traffic entering and leaving the US diplomatic service to be required A “clean path” is simply a 5G network channel without any Chinese factors.

Also included on the list are Orange from France, Jio from India, Telstra from Australia, SK and KT from South Korea, NTT from Japan, and O2 from the UK, all refusing to use Huawei; Canada’s three major telecommunications companies Rogers, Bell, and Telus have also decided Cooperate with non-Chinese companies such as Ericsson, Nokia and Samsung.

The US State Department recently announced the “5G Clean Network” list, and Chunghwa Telecom and FarEasTone took the lead. The newly announced updated list has Taiwan University, Asia Pacific Telecom, and Taiwan Star, representing all five telecom companies in Taiwan.

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The U.S. State Department commissioned the U.S. Think Tank Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) to assess the supply of telecommunications equipment and publish a list of global 5G clean networks...

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