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US plans for national 5G network shot down

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Chinese spies have been fired by FCC and others to develop a planned domestic 5G network designed by Donald Tram’s security team.

A PowerPoint presentation from the president’s national security team says that the United States will have to create quickly for such networks because: “China has gained an impressive position in building and operating network infrastructure” and “China is the dominant polluted actor information domain.”

The idea is that the government will create a network – it says that it will be completed in three years – and then access to AT & T and Verizon such provider’s licenses.

This type of plan is even more important that autonomous connected cars and other top technologies will be run on it, the offer is reasonable.

5G network“Finally, this effort could help the developing countries against Chinese neo-colonial behavior,” the presentation continued, according to Axios.

However, the main player of the private sector has already started working on June 5 and has acquired spectrum for billions of new billion-dollar protocols.

FCC Chairman Ajit Paane rejected the statement in a statement that: “Any federal effort to create the 5th nationalism network will be an expensive and retrogrative debate from the policies necessary to help the United States’s future 5G.”

Even Mart Warner, the Vice Chairman of the intelligence agency of the powerful Senate Election Committee, claimed that these plans “will be both expensive and doubly”, which is approximately $ 30 billion dollars.

The arguments presented by the Tram team have been consistent in several considerations, in 2012, due to national security concerns, due to the US government’s bid for Huawei and ZTE telecom infrastructure projects, which was banned.

The concern and tension between the two great artists has increased significantly, and a delay in the government-run efforts to prevent Chinese companies from achieving a greater partnership in the United States.