Previously, the UK announced that Huawei would invest 250 million pounds (about 2.2 billion yuan) to help operators replace Huawei's 5g equipment and maintain the diversity of its 5g equipment sources after banning Huawei from participating in future 5g network construction.
The regulations announced that Japan's telecommunications equipment supplier and system integrator NEC also announced the establishment of an open wireless access network (Open RAN) promotion center in the UK, which may be aimed at replacing Huawei and helping the UK build the next generation G 5 networks. NEC so-called Center of Global Open RAN Excellence, aimed at
The open ran standard allows different companies to provide different parts of the telecom network to develop multi vendor alternatives to Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia 5g networks.
NEC said the center would be responsible for business development, assist in project execution and provide technical support for NEC Open RAN operations. The company will use its experience in supporting Open RAN business deployments in Japan to help telecom service providers launch Open RAN networks around the world.
The UK has invited NEC to support the UK's five G network after banning Huawei equipment on national security grounds.
In March last year, NEC and Rakuten mobile, Japan's fourth largest mobile operator, announced that the latter's open ran network equipment had begun production at NEC's Fukushima plant.
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