The past few months had been quite tough for Huawei due to the US Ban. Recently, we have come to know that the Russian president Vladimir Putin has currently hosted his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. Both are celebrating 70 years of trade relations between them. China’s Huawei has recently signed a deal with the Russian carrier MTS to build its 5G network in order to commemorate the event. The deployment of Huawei 5G Network is a sign of a strong partnership between the two countries.
Huawei Signed Deal To Build 5G Network In Russia
Huawei has recently signed a deal with Russian Telecom Company MTS. The deal was signed between Guo Ping, Huawei executive, and Alexei Kornya, president and CEO of MTS, in front of both presidents. Furthermore, it is quite clear from the declaration of the partnership between China and Russia that Russia is supporting Huawei when the United States is trying to ban the Shenzhen company across the globe.
Huawei’s Guo Ping stated that he is very happy with the agreement in an area of strategic importance like 5G. In addition to that MTS stated that:
“The deal will see the development of 5G Technologies and the pilot launch of fifth-generation networks in 2019-2020.”
The past month had been so tough for the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturing Company, Huawei. Most of the US Companies broke their ties with Huawei one after the other. Google, Qualcomm, Intel, Broadcom, ARM, SD Association, JEDEC, as well as Wi-Fi Alliance banned Huawei. The Huawei US ban is devastating the company making things more difficult for it. Let’s see what comes next. Stay tuned for further updates.