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11.25.2021



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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trade-china-huawei-analysis-idUSKCN1SM123

https://www.huawei.com/en/news/2021/3/huawei-releases-whitepaper-innovation-intellectual-property-2020

https://www-file.huawei.com/minisite/media/annual_report/annual_report_2020_en.pdf

https://www-file.huawei.com/minisite/media/annual_report/annual_report_2020_en.pdf

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/09/26/china/meng-wanzhou-china-arrival-intl-hnk/index.html

https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/exclusive-us-approves-licenses-huawei-buy-auto-chips-sources-2021-08-25/

Today I will be discussing a fascinating and different topic, but I find it highly relevant as a
technology enthusiast. Like many people, I find myself drawn to the ongoing saga between the
US on the one hand and Chinese technology and specifically Huawei 5G and cybersecurity
allegations on the other. I will be highlighting some key points in the campaign the US has
waged against Chinese technologies, specifically against Huawei.
The US has continuously claimed that the networking equipment provided by Huawei could
contain backdoors that could enable surveillance by the Chinese government. Together with
allies it has pressured, the US has put Huawei on a 5G blacklist, effectively blocking Huawei
from competing for 5G contracts in various countries. In 2019, the US Department of
Commerce also put Huawei on a so-called blacklist or “entity list”. Then the US escalated
further and banned US companies and others from doing business with Huawei.
The US has provided no evidence to back its claims, and the case seems politically and
commercially motivated. The US and Europe don’t want China leading in technology.
Huawei now finds itself in an unfortunate position it did not ask for or desire. There are facts
around this company that not many are aware of. Huawei interacts with its customers on a
daily basis to meet their needs through 197,000 employees operating in over 170 countries and
regions, and serving more than three billion people worldwide. Huawei also has one of the
largest patent portfolios in the world. This is the result of massive investment in research and
development, exceeding $111 billion over the past decade.
US authorities have repeatedly portrayed Huawei as a national security threat with unexplained
links to the Chinese government. From my previous visits to their stands at various events, I had
a great first impression.
From the outset, you can tell this is a company on the cutting edge of technology. On their
GITEX stand in 2021 were products, solutions and multiple use cases of some of the most
futuristic technology applications I have come across.
The team has been continuously open about the situation regarding the US and China and
answered questions about the company’s relationship with the Chinese government, the
central sticking point in the relations with the US. I was not aware of this, but Huawei has
opened numerous Cyber Security and Privacy Protection Transparency Centres worldwide
where customers and governments can perform security testing and verification, examine
Huawei software and hardware, etc.
But at the end of the day, customers are a firm’s top critics. So, I virtually witnessed Huawei
Arab Innovation Day event, the first of its kind in the Arab world, which was held on the
sidelines of GITEX Global 2021. This annual confab brought together Huawei customers,
ministers, leaders, tech analysts, related regional and global organizations, including academics
from prestigious universities in the Middle East.

I always asked myself why the customers chose Huawei, and a point that came across time and
time again was the Huawei’s focus on its customers’ needs and the company’s openness and
transparency. If further proof was needed that the company’s equipment poses no
cybersecurity risks, Huawei was the first vendor to pass the stringent GSMA Network
Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS) audit for its 5G network equipment – with a
100% compliance score!
Another important matter is that Huawei’s commitment to the region remains as steadfast as
ever through nurturing talents in the Arab World and empower the future generation of ICT
leaders to support their countries.
Huawei’s status as a global technology innovator is as solid as ever. For one, the US seems to be
changing its unnecessary hardline position against Huawei, as the case against Meng Wanzhou,
Huawei’s CFO, has been resolved as of last month with Meng returning home. Last August, U.S.
officials also approved license applications for Huawei to buy chips for its growing auto
component business.
I hope you have picked up a few new insights into this story. And I hope these scientific and
technology facts reveal the adverse effects of geopolitical influences on the future of
technology and humanity.

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