A plan by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to build a £400 million (A$722 million) research and development centre close to Cambridge in the UK is causing some disquiet, The Times claims.
New Zealand telecommunications company Spark has still not decided whether to submit a revised proposal to the country's spy agency in order to see whether it can use equipment from Chinese vendor Huawei in its 5G network.
The technical director of the UK National Cyber Security Centre has slammed Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies for its engineering practices, which he characterised as "very, very shoddy".
A British report into Huawei's operations in the UK has found "concerning issues" in the company's approach to software development, significantly increasing risk to operators and needing ongoing management and mitigation.
Former Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been accused of spreading myths about the lack of separation between the 5G core and radio access network during a speech he gave in London last week.
The Australian Signals Directorate says it has, at present, no comment to make on reports that the UK's National Cyber Security Centre has found that any risks posed by equipment supplied by Chinese firm Huawei for 5G rollouts can be mitigated.
A forthcoming report from British spooks will reportedly claim that Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies has not addressed security concerns raised last year – even though the same spooks said at the time that fixing the issues identified would take until mid-2020.
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