Confirmed! Huawei’s 5g market in the UK has been replaced, Ericsson officially announced!

I believe you should remember that in mid July, the United Kingdom announced that Huawei was prohibited from participating in the construction of its 5g network. In addition, operators are required to prohibit the purchase of Huawei 5g equipment from 2021 and completely dismantle all Huawei equipment by the end of 2027. < p > < p > in the 3G era, Huawei has already entered the European market; in the 4G era, several major British operators are Huawei’s main customers; in the 5g era, Huawei thought it could directly participate in the 5g network construction in the UK. Unexpectedly, in the past 20 years, Huawei has actively participated in the construction of British Telecom infrastructure, formed a tripartite confrontation with Ericsson and Nokia, and has become a major network supplier in the UK. However, it may be defeated by the final decision of the UK. < / P > < p > of course, it is the right of others to choose which 5g manufacturer, and Huawei does not insist on choosing Huawei 5g equipment. However, the problem is that if we continue to choose to cooperate with Huawei in 5g construction, we can upgrade 4G equipment directly, which will save a lot of extra expenses; if Huawei equipment is completely replaced, it will delay the construction of 5g network in the UK for one and a half to two years, and it will bring losses of 4.5 billion to 6.8 billion pounds. < / P > < p > this means that the ultimate regret decision of the UK may bring at least 39.2 billion losses, as well as a 1-2-year delay of 5g network. < / P > < p > now that the UK has excluded Huawei 5g, Nokia and Ericsson are the main 5g equipment suppliers in the UK market, and the UK will certainly find new “substitutes” to replace Huawei’s equipment. It can be predicted that Huawei’s 5g market in the UK is being replaced by competitors. However, according to the latest media reports, the Swedish telecom giant Ericsson has officially announced that it has been selected by BT to deploy 5g networks in London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and other major UK cities. However, the cooperation between Huawei and BT was greatly preferred by Huawei and BT, but it was decided that the cooperation between Huawei and BT would be deepened. In other words, it has been confirmed that Huawei has been replaced in the 5g market in the UK, and the UK has found new “substitutes” such as Ericsson. < / P > < p > as a global mobile communication equipment supplier which has developed for more than 100 years, Ericsson has a very strong strength in the fields of communication network system, professional telecommunication service, patent authorization, etc. From 2G to 4G, Ericsson has always played a leading role, and this old communication giant has now entered the global 5g market. < / P > < p > What’s more, Ericsson has won 113 5g commercial contracts around the world. Among them, Ericsson has entered into publicly available 5g commercial contracts with 65 operators’ customers. At present, Ericsson has provided equipment for 65 5g commercial networks that have been officially operated in 33 countries. In addition, it is predicted that 5g users will reach 190 million by the end of 2020 and 2.8 billion by the end of 2025. 5g will become the fastest expanding technology in history. < / P > < p > Ericsson is full of confidence in taking over Huawei. And according to the report, Ericsson’s head of business, Frederick jeydelin, refuted the claim that “it will take more than five years for the UK to get rid of Huawei equipment.”. That is to say, Ericsson can get the UK out of Huawei equipment faster. However, in the first half of this year, Huawei said that its active antenna weighed only 25 kg, while Ericsson’s same product reached the range of 40 kg. This means that Huawei 5g equipment is smaller, lighter, lower energy consumption and easier to install, while Ericsson and Huawei 5g equipment still have a certain gap. Generally speaking, Huawei 5g equipment is better than its competitor Ericsson’s 5g equipment in some aspects, and Huawei’s 5g equipment is also cheaper. Therefore, the author believes that Ericsson’s replacement of Huawei can indeed provide favorable protection for the UK, but the losses to be faced by the UK can not be completely avoided. < / P > < p > if possible, we still hope that the UK will reuse Huawei 5g equipment again, which will not only ensure the 5g construction cycle in the UK, but also reduce the additional construction cost and achieve a win-win outcome! What do you think? Continue ReadingStraight screen S20! Samsung Galaxy S20 Fe exposure: 1Hz high brush + snapdragon 865