US is losing the 5G war to China

By HIROYUKI AKITA / Nikkei commentator

TOKYO — A little over a year has passed since the U.S. launched its war on China’s high technology, aiming to block the country’s telecommunications companies from 5G infrastructure projects around the world.

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America’s Answer to Huawei

BY LARA SELIGMAN / Foreignpolicy

Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business group, speaks on stage during a presentation to reveal Huawei's latest smartphones in Munich on Sept. 19.

Today, the United States is at a similar inflection point in its competition with China. But this time the U.S. government—which has grown clunky and risk averse in its dealing with innovation in the commercial sector—is ill equipped to lead in a number of key technology areas that are going to define the future of warfare.

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Huawei launches 1st 5G mobile phone for commercial use

Photo taken on July 26, 2019 shows a 5G mobile phone Huawei Mate 20 X (5G) showing its downloading speed at the launching ceremony in Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province. The smartphone, powered by the Balong 5000, Huawei’s first 7nm multi-code 5G chipset with the Kirin 980, is currently the world’s only dual-mode 5G cellphone that supports standalone/non-standalone (SA/NSA) simultaneously. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)

By Xinhua

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