5G – Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Wednesday that the fifth-generation technology is an important trend for the development of information technology,
and the international community should provide an open,
fair and non-discriminatory environment.
It is based on mutual respect and trust to develop this technology,
to participate in the new scientific and technological revolution and to achieve mutual benefits and common development.
In a statement today, Ying added, 5G
commenting on a report on (fifth generation telecommunications security) published by a Chinese research authority,
that the report systematically summarizes the basic technology of the fifth generation in addition to its various applications and potential security risks,
It also introduces security concepts 5G
and procedures to ensure it and expresses aspirations to enhance cooperation between the parties concerned
to advance the development of fifth-generation technology and raise the level of security of this technology.
The statement came a few days after the British government announced that it would allow Huawei Technologies,
the Chinese telecom giant,
to play a limited role in building fifth-generation mobile phone networks.
It added that suppliers with high risks will be excluded from sensitive business related to networks,
and that their participation will be limited to non-sensitive business and by a rate not exceeding 35 percent.
The United States wants British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ban the Huawei company permanently,
saying that Beijing may use the company’s equipment
to steal Western secrets,
while Huawei denies any links to espionage activities.
It is worth noting that a previous report revealed that 4 years is the period of the proliferation of the fifth generation of 5G mobile phones in the world,
which some countries offer experimentally and in limited areas such as the United States and South Korea.
Many countries are working to configure their networks
and infrastructure to allow service delivery that delivers superfast data transmission speeds.
The world will gradually begin the transition to the fifth generation of mobile,
starting from the next year 2020,
and the spread of technology in the world will continue from 3 to 4 years,
according to previous statements by Sergio Ponomo,
Chairman of the ITU Radiocommunication Study Group.