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NU – EU/Huawei 5G integration now
Kent Calder, 2019, Kent E. Calder is a distinguished Edwin O. Reischauer Professor. He currently serves as the Vice Dean for Faculty Affairs and International Research Cooperation at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University. Super Continent: The Logic of Eurasian Integration, Stanford University Press, Kindle edition
The reconnection of Eurasia is by no means only a matter of cargo freight or even diplomacy. It extends to communications and technology as well, with deepening implications for the global economic and strategic futures. Huawei, now the world’s largest producer of telecommunications equipment, as well as global mobile infrastructure,10 is working closely with TUV SUD, the European Union’s certification authority, on verification technologies for communications products. In April 2018 Huawei became the first company to achieve aCE type examination certificate (TEC) for its 5G products from these European authorities, and is working closely with them on common 5G standards.11 Although deeply interdependent wi