Chinese tech giant Huawei has faced many challenges due to false claims by governments regarding national security, including the US, UK and other European regions, as you know. Huawei also vetoed 5G from these countries and could not participate in infrastructure tenders.

 

 

According to the latest reports, the government of the Dominican Republic recently announced that it will not exclude Huawei in the international tender for the implementation of 5G networks in the country.

 

Huawei is not alone when it comes to 5G

On this issue, President Kuis Abinader; The deployment of the 5G network is of great importance to the Dominican people, so the company announced that there will be no favoritism.

Kuis Abinader adds that the implementation of the 5G network will be a major step forward in the history of the country’s telecommunications development, which will turn into a deep digital transformation. The company, which will win the tender, will provide a nationally-covered 5G infrastructure deployment at the end of five years.

Regarding the matter, Huawei denied the accusations made against it in the past and stated that its solutions provide the necessary guarantees to respect the national sovereignty and data protection of the Dominican Republic.

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In addition, according to the planning of the Dominican Republic government, the election process is scheduled for September 2021 and the 5G network will be activated in November 2021.

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