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Ariella
Ariella
3/7/2018 10:04:25 AM
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Re: Understatement
@mhhf1ve They do claim security concerns, but economic concerns also seem to be an influence in the policy. That's what the WSJ article, Why Washington Is So Obsessed With China's Huawei seems to indicate:

Major American wireless carriers, such as AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc.,have said they are initially focusing 5G coverage in a few cities. "What I see in the U.S. is wireless carriers choosing particular geographic markets for 5G," said Gartner Inc. analyst Ian Keene. "The way the Chinese are going to approach it, it's going to be blanketed."

The extent to which the U.S. government shares that fear was laid bare in unusual clarity in the CFIUS letter. The committee said it would probe whether a Broadcom-Qualcomm tie-up would "leave an opening for China to expand its influence on the 5G standard setting process." It cited specifically Huawei's 5G "engagement."

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/6/2018 6:49:54 PM
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Exactly. There's almost no risk if they get to test out their tech ahead of others in a real-world environment -- and work out the bugs before global competition can. Then it's only a question of making sure it doesn't get blocked from the US market because of security concerns..... 

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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
3/6/2018 6:48:09 PM
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Is there really a big risk here? I assume there's a captive market of sorts. How much competition is there in wireless carriers in the market that China Mobile is planning to deploy its 5G service? 

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batye
batye
3/5/2018 1:54:13 AM
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@mpouraryan it depends how you look at it but in my mind ledership should be right and engage right people to do it right.... brining ideas and people as one... as technology should united people to do right things... 

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
3/4/2018 11:04:12 PM
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Part of leadership is about anticipating and engaging--that's the key-They seem to understand this--although others are not willing to tag along.

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batye
batye
3/4/2018 6:26:50 PM
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@afwriter yes lots of risk involve but rewards is very great  at the end the way it look...

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afwriter
afwriter
3/3/2018 12:32:17 AM
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Understatement
Ambitious is an understatement. I wonder what happens to the company if these plans don't work out? I can't imagine that they are so far ahead of every other company that there are not at least a few risks involved here. 

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clrmoney
clrmoney
3/1/2018 3:12:13 PM
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China 5G Plans
I'm not surprise about China wanting to be on theri own because we get many things from china like clothes shoes etc. I'm sure that with them getting 5G they will be more adavned of doing things and using it to make it valuable for themselves as well as others.

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