The US and some other countries have been accusing Huawei in using spy technologies in their products. And this statement referred not only to the smartphones but also to the 5G equipment and others. Though Huawei is one of the leaders in the world in terms of supplying 5G equipment, there are still many governments not believing in Huawei. That’s why before using this or that technology, service, or product offered by this company, they conduct a survey. The United Arab Emirates is no exception. Recently, Reuters reported that the United Arab Emirates telecommunications company chief technology officer (CTO) Saleem Albalooshi said that ‘we did not find any evidence of security concerns about Huawei’s 5G technology.’
‘Huawei is our partner in rolling out our 5G network… From a security perspective.. we have our own labs in the UAE and we visit their labs… we have not seen any evidence that there are security holes specifically in 5G,’ Albalooshi said.
However, the Washington has been warning its allies not to use the equipment of the Chinese company. They were saying that these devices have security risks. In its turn, Huawei has repeatedly denied the US allegations.
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At the beginning of this month, the United States Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Paibai sent a visit to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, and Bahrain. He said that if Huawei 5G equipment is used, the United States will stop sharing information with them. Alabooshi responded, ‘Of course, this is definitely a concern.. but such a thing is the government’s decision. We follow our government’s roads and we are governed by the regulator.’