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Huawei willing to share 5G knowledge with US companies

It looks like Huawei is brewing a strategy in order to soften the US government's stance against the company after its top executive expressed openness to share knowledge on Fifth Generation (5G) technology. 
Huawei to share 5G technology to US firms

According to Ren Zhengfei, Huawei founder and chief executive officer

Ren Zhengfei, Huawei founder and chief executive officer, said the Chinese firm was willing to allow American tech companies to have access to its existing 5G patents, including core code and technical blueprints, and central production engineering knowledge. 

This announcement was part of Huawei's bold attempt to disprove allegations of espionage, even creating a potential, strong rival in the 5G space. 

Currently, Huawei continues to lead the 5G shift as it already inked 50 commercial 5G contracts, and shipped over 150,000 bases stations in foreign markets.

Huawei is open to sharing our 5G technologies and techniques with US companies, so that they can build up their own 5G industry, Ren told the New York Times. 

The official was hoping the proposal could lead to "a balanced situation between China, the US, and Europe."

Huawei has been on the hot seat since the second quarter of 2019 after US President Donald Trump considered the firm as a threat to the nation's security. The company was also included under the "entity list" where business deals with US-based groups were being blocked. 

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