Huawei established cooperation relationship with British government
Shenzhen, China- Huawei’s Cyber Security Evaluation Center in Banbury London is conducting cooperation with British Government Communication Headquarters (GCHQ), through which, Huawei hope to make the governments of Britain and other countries believe that Huawei, with its reliable products, can be their long term partners, according to the report of the Economist, a London based newspaper.
Huawei’s background has been deemed to be suspicious in the eyes of other countries, which is also the reason that Huawei has been refused for several times in oversea markets. But Huawei is not discouraged. In order to make Huawei better understood by foreign governments and relevant institutions, Huawei’s oversea organization, the Cyber Security Evaluation Center in Banbury in Britain has arranged employees from the governmental institutions of Britain to make a thorough check-up over equipments and to ensure no security problems exist.
Through unremitting endeavor, Huawei has won several large contracts in Canada and New Zealand, which has been very encouraging.
Huawei is one of the largest telecommunication equipments providers in the world and has obtained abundant achievements on mobile phone manufacture. However, Huawei need to exhibit its ability on more aspects so as to make more oversea customers know about it and have more confidence with it. It will also help Huawei to eliminate the concerns of some countries, such as the United State and Britain, for its products.
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