Huawei Hits Back At U.S. Security Investigation
Executive dismisses U.S. report tying Huawei to security threats, saying it's a case of "Americans being Americans."
The recent U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence report, which concludes that Huawei Technologies and ZTE are a security threat, is a case of "Americans being Americans," according to Huawei's VP for Western Europe. (See U.S. vs Huawei/ZTE: The Verdict.) Speaking to the media in central London following a morning of broadband market discussions and debate, Tim Watkins said the report was "unbalanced. This is the Americans being Americans. The amount of data requested was absurd. We are very disappointed with the outcome, especially after the considerable efforts we went to" in trying to convince the U.S. investigating team that Huawei is an independent company with technology that is safe to deploy. Read full story on InformationWeek
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