Skobi, a small town in northeastern Montana near the U.S. border with Canada, was previously rated as one of the "hardest towns in the United States" because of the difficulty of covering the network of large telecommunications operators.
In an interview recently, Nimont, a telecom operator that provides wireless services to more than 20,000 square kilometers of remote areas, including Skobi, said that more than 70% of its core network equipment comes fromHUAWEI。 Chief Executive Officer Gilgo believes that what the U.S. government calls "Huawei's threat to U.S. security" is "over-hype"; replacing equipment is too expensive for small telecom operators like them, and users'network services will be greatly affected.
Mike Kilgour, CEO of Nimont in the United States: people with common sense will never turn off the network regardless of public safety. For example, a plane has two engines, and you want to be at an altitude of 30, 000 feet (9144 meters). Replacing one of the engines is not a good idea.