On October 23, we revealed here that Sweden will have removed Huawei and ZTE from its 5G network, becoming the second European country to make the difficult decision to completely remove Huawei from its next-generation network infrastructure. .
It turns out that, of course, Huawei used whatever means it had to reverse this decision, and the first step was to appeal to court. According to what Reuters reveals, after analyzing the appeal, the Stockholm Administrative Court told the Swedish telecommunications regulator that it must suspend the auction of 5G spectrum because it is still analyzing its decision to exclude the Chinese manufacturer from 5G networks.
Currently, Huawei has no plans to sue and looks forward to a constructive dialogue with Swedish authorities, Kenneth Fredriksen, Huawei executive vice president for Central Europe and the Nordic region, told Reuters.
“We are ready to cooperate fully with regards to any future requirements that we may place as a supplier of 5G equipment that will allow us to be a certified supplier”
Swedish court suspends 5G auction over Huawei appeal
The auctions were supposed to have started yesterday, Tuesday, November 10, and they would have benefited Nokia and Ericsson, as the Swedish telecommunications regulator has asked the participating companies to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from their infrastructure.
In the meantime, the operators have already been informed of the suspension of this auction and the possibilities of starting the process as quickly as possible are being analyzed.
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