British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to begin rolling out the use of China tech Huuawei on Britain’s 5G network as early as this year.
Authorities are receiving proposals to stop installing Huawei Technologies’ new equipment on the 5G network in less than six months, and speed up the removal of existing technology.
The move comes after national spy agency GCHQ raised new fears about China’s security technology.
A report prepared by GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Center concludes that the new U.S. sanctions on Huawei will force the company to use unreliable technology that could make the vulnerability more difficult to control, the newspaper said.
The seizure of drugs had a “significant” impact on the company that significantly changed the GCHQ count, the report said.
The report is expected to be launched in Johnson this week.
A spokesman for Johnson said earlier this week that officials would soon finalize the results of the latest American data breach, which is intended to halt Huawei’s entry into American chipmakers.