Deutsche Telekom expects the government to use open ran technology without Huawei’s ban

At present, Deutsche Telekom’s 5g network has covered 40 million people in Germany, accounting for about half of the country’s total population. According to a source, most of the 5g network is built by Huawei. According to data from strand consult, a consulting firm, Huawei has won nearly two-thirds of the ran contracts of Deutsche Telekom in the German market. Ericsson, another ran supplier, has not even started construction work on 5g in July, according to another ran supplier, Ericsson. < / P > < p > Timotheus hottges, CEO of Deutsche Telekom, hopes that the German government will force the use of open ran technology in the future. It is reported that the worst-case scenario will be a total ban on Huawei, which will force Deutsche Telekom to dismantle 5g and related 4G equipment at a certain cost and introduce new suppliers. Before that, Timotheus hottges also called on the German government not to consider banning Huawei Technology for political reasons. But at the same time, he called for the adoption of new technical specifications. This means that unless Huawei changes its overall concept, the specification will effectively exclude Huawei from the German ran market. The German government is expected to make a decision soon. Baidu continues to work on quantum computing to lay a solid foundation for new infrastructure construction