dcharlap 7/5/2018 | 6:05:02 PM
Re: So what's the problem? Understood, but the text of the article implied that there was some legal roadblock preventing carriers from removing ZTE from their networks.
DanJones 7/5/2018 | 2:38:55 PM
Re: So what's the problem? More that you don't win US govt contracts if you deploy ZTE.
dcharlap 7/3/2018 | 3:13:48 PM
So what's the problem? I don't understand the issue here.  Is there a law preventing carriers and customers from replacing equipment whenever they want for any reason they feel like?
mrblobby 6/27/2018 | 2:53:56 PM
ZTE's stand at the MWC in Shanghai is empty
Joe Stanganelli 6/26/2018 | 11:17:24 PM
Tracking equipment The last tidbit reminds me of a study from a few years back that found that a Chinese-manufactured processing chip popular in all kinds of machines had a hard-coded backdoor -- and the fallout from that.
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