FCC officially names Huawei, ZTE as national security risks
The decision takes effect immediately, and it primarily affects how U.S. telecom companies can access money from the $8.3 billion Universal Service Fund, which is intended to expand access to phone services.
US Commerce Department tightens screws on Huawei export controls
The export controls force foreign companies that use U.S. chipset technology to get a license before selling that tech to Huawei.
Trump's national security adviser warns Canadians against Huawei 5G tech
Robert O’Brien has a thing or two to say about allowing Huawei to help in building out the next generation of wireless networks.
New York company charged with selling vulnerable Chinese-made equipment to U.S. military
The U.S. Air Force, Navy, and the Department of Energy were among Aventura’s clients.
FCC chair pitches rules to block Huawei, ZTE
The Trump administration is working to bar U.S. communications companies from using federal subsidies to buy Huawei and ZTE equipment and services.
House's defense bill looks to protect Pentagon's tech supply chain
Chairman Adam Smith’s mark of the National Defense Authorization Act seeks to prevent the DOD from acquiring foreign telecommunications and video surveillance equipment from companies that could pose security risks.