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Rowdy Senators snap Trump’s ZTE olive branch

Senators are planning to derail President Trump’s plans to ease pressure on ZTE, potentially removing the ban on US exports, pointing out the law cannot be bent and ignored to satisfy political objectives.

Could Trump be the ZTE saviour?

The threat of extinction for ZTE was realistic as it seemed the US was gaining the upper hand in the apparent US/China trade war, but President Trump might prove to be an unlikely hero for ZTE.

ZTE seems to be doomed. Who’s next?

ZTE employs 75,000 people and sold $17 billion of gear last year, but seems to have been wiped out with one stroke of a US regulatory pen. That’s scary.

Samsung and Verizon edge into the lead in 5G race

Samsung’s 5G home router has been the first to win approval from the FCC, edging itself and Verizon into the lead, as the telco pushes forward with plans to launch commercial 5G services in late 2018.

Huawei gets US probe for suspected Iran naughtiness

Few will be surprised the US government is looking to weaken the already limited position of Huawei in the US, the emergence of a probe from the US Department of Justice is just another stepping stone in US/Chinese tensions.

ZTE fears for its very survival following US export ban

Following the decision from the US government to activate the Suspended Denial Order, ZTE has hit back with the threat of a lawsuit, claiming the order not only threatens its own survival but that of its suppliers.

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