keskiviikko 3. lokakuuta 2012

Uganda orders investigation of network made by Huawei

The Ugandan government has ordered a probe into the national fibre optic project currently being developed by China’s Huawei Technologies in the country.

The cost of building network into remote places like Uganda may be high as they may lack necessary infrastructure (like roads, electricity grid etc.).
According to New Vision in Uganda, President Yoweri Museveni has sent a letter to Prime Minister Amama that reportedly says he had “received intelligence information that Huawei used inferior cable type G-652 instead of type G-655.”

It is not easy to operate in LDC and doing business in Africa is expensive.

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