According to Washington Post The Chinese company’s stockpile of certain U.S. parts may be running low - and next few months may show if Huawei can thrive without U.S. tech sales.
May be something is going wrong.
So in the meantime, some industry watchers believe Huawei will soon run out of vital parts it needs to build 5G wireless equipment, which underpins the super-fast internet and telecom networks many countries are building.
Of particular importance is technology from Xilinx Inc., of San Jose, Calif., that allows 5G base stations to be re-programmed from afar.
Now US pushes for Western rival to Huawei: Officials suggest funnelling money to Nokia and Ericsson to help them compete with Chinese telecoms group.
One senior government official said to FT:
We gave up our superiority in making telecoms equipment decades ago, and now we are realising that this might not have been the best choice for national security reasons. Almost every department and agency is desperately looking right now for ways to get back into this game.Washington warns India over using Huawei for 5G
If we don’t, Huawei could soon be the only option for anyone wanting to roll out 5G networks,FT rapports.