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Trump: Oppose 5G Network State-Owned in the United States

via:博客园     time:2019/4/13 12:37:03     readed:121

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Tencent Science and Technology News came after a voice emerged in the United States that the 5G network should be state-owned (or the U.S. government to build an operational network) to ensure communications security and full network coverage. But according to the latest news from foreign media, President Donald of the United States

According to foreign media reports,

For more than a year, the White House has been considering the idea of nationalizing the 5G network. In March, US media reported that Trump's re-election campaign supported a more active role for the administration in managing the 5G network, but included senior economic adviser Larry.

Trump spoke with Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. Bankit revealed on Friday that the agency plans to hold its third 5G spectrum auction on December 10, the latest effort to provide more spectrum, which could change the U.S. economy and key industries.

Pankisset says Trump's opposition to the nationalisation of 5G networks is a private sector that is investing tens of billions of dollars in 5G networks.

CTIA, the US telecommunications industry group, said on Friday that Trump's statement

On Friday, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ban Kit also proposed plans to invest $20.4 billion in high-speed broadband networks in rural areas of the United States within 10 years.

The U.S. Government will establish

The 5G network is expected to be at least 100 times faster than the current 4G network, reduce communication latency and allow innovation in many areas.

Since November last year, the Federal Communications Commission has auctioned 1,550 MHz of radio frequency resources for commercial mobile to build a 5G communication network. The third 5G spectrum auction in the future will be the largest. The Federal Communications Commission plans to sell 3400 MHz spectrum in three different bands.

The Federal Communications Commission voted Friday to seek advice on the bidding process for the next spectrum auction. Jessica, Democrat, Federal Communications Commission

Verizon Communications, AT?? T, Sprint and T-Mobile are deploying 5G services in American cities and are trying to expand their networks. Meanwhile, smartphones supporting 5G networks are gradually on the market.

Verizon claims to be the first company in the world to offer 5G services, but Korean operators also claim to be the first to offer 5G services. Recently, Verizon and Korean operators have sparked a war of words over this honor.

Reuters reported last December that for more than a year, the White House had been considering an executive order instructing the U.S. Department of Commerce to prevent U.S. companies from buying equipment from foreign telecom manufacturers that posed a major national security risk. Since March 2018, the Federal Communications Commission has been considering the development of relevant rules. On Friday, Ban Kit said the plan was still in the pipeline.

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