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Huawei starts research on 6G internet

Huawei starts research on 6G internet

5G has been a source of unrest for Huawei. The US government, worried that Huawei could build guarantee flaw “backdoors” into 5G and other communications infrastructure, has pressured governments in the world to avoid using the Chinese giant’s equipment. With 5G still a year or two away from the mainstream, Huawei has now started looking to the next generation of mobile internet.

The Chinese custom is researching 6G at its R&D center in Ottawa, Canada, reports The Logic. Obviously, this is a forward-looking move on the company’s part. It doesn’t query 6G to become a reality in any meaningful sensed until around 2030.

Huawei was blacklisted in the US in May
, with President Donald Trump additionally signing an executive super essentially banning the company in light of national security worries that Huawei had close ties with the Chinese government. The government’s fear is that the Chinese government could use infrastructure Huawei builds in the US and anunexperienced countries for spying or espionage. Huawei has repeatedly denied that charge.

Trump’s Huawei blacklist, which has since been reversed, meant that the custom was blocked from using American products, which includes Google’s Android rules. Huawei last week unveiled HarmonyOS, an employing system for smart devices, like Smart TVs, car infotainment rules and more, which the company says can be used to considerable its phones if the US does re-block it from comical Android.

Huawei has been contacted for comment.