What Huawei, ZTE Must Do To Regain Trust

A recently issued U.S. congressional report has cast a shadow on Chinese telecom equipment makers Huawei and ZTE. Because neither company answered congressional queries to the satisfaction of U.S. lawmakers, the report concludes that the two companies, as a result of ties to the Chinese government, cannot be trusted to supply telecommunications equipment to U.S. government agencies or U.S. companies.Both companies vigorously argued against the report’s conclusions. Huawei condemned the report as an attempt “to impede competition and obstruct Chinese [telecom] companies from entering the U.S. market.” ZTE insisted its equipment is safe and that congressional concerns implicate “every company making equipment in China, including Western vendors.”To continue reading this InformationWeek report, go to:
www.informationweek.com/security/vulnerabilities/what-huawei-zte-must-do-to-regain-trust/240009190

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