LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s review of its 5G network resilience is still ongoing, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday after the Financial Times reported that security chiefs had concluded they could manage any risks arising from Huawei’s involvement.
EE has confirmed that it will be launching its 5G network in the UK this summer.
The UK’s first live 5G factory trials have taken place at the Worcestershire 5G Testbed in a landmark step towards the creation of smart factories in Britain.
Virgin Media is trialling home broadband that is more than 200 times faster than the UK average.
Without government action in 2019 the UK risks a growing digital divide that leaves people and businesses behind, according to Matthew Fell, CBI chief UK policy director.
Huawei has admitted "room for improvement" in its product design processes in an open letter to the UK Parliament – but strongly refuted allegations of spying.