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Huawei demands US investigation to clear its name

Posted on Monday, February 28 2011 @ 18:18:07 CET by

Chinese telecommunications manufacturer Huawei has written an open letter in which it encourages the US government to fully investigate the company to lay security fears to rest:
When you're the second-largest supplier of communications infrastructure in the world and your president is an ex-member of the Chinese military, suspicions of espionage -- warranted or not -- are pretty much a foregone conclusion. Indeed, Huawei has suffered a couple of high-profile business setbacks in the past year over vague concerns that the company could be some sort of Trojan horse for Chinese intelligence, and they're fed up: after being pressured into shelving a planned acquisition of server virtualization firm 3Leaf Systems' intellectual property by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the US, they've published a lengthy open letter that implores the government to fully vet the company to put to rest any concerns or fears it has.
More info at Engadget.



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