Australia, Japan and the US will build 5G networks in the Pacific to take on China, media suggests

Australia, Japan and the US will build 5G networks in the Pacific to take on China, media suggests

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Australia, Japan and the US will build 5G networks in the Pacific to take on China, media suggests

Australia, Japan and the US will build 5G networks in the Pacific to take on China, media suggests

Three countries are going to build networks in the South Pacific, after a submarine cable project in the same countries in which … 13.12.2021, Sputnik Brasil was canceled

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The US, Japan and Australia will jointly fund the construction of a 5G network in the South Pacific to counter China’s growing influence in the region and prevent a monopoly of critical infrastructure by Beijing, as of Monday (13) Japanese Agency Kyodo told. o The project aims to increase internet access in Micronesia, Nauru and Kiribati. According to Kyodo, Digicel Group, an international communications operator based in Jamaica, will be responsible for implementing the project. In October it was reported that the Australian telecommunications company, Telstra, was hoping to acquire Digicel’s operations in the Pacific, following reports that a Chinese company was planning to do so. The Japanese agency writes that the Australian government will finance most of the acquisition for US$1.6 billion (R$9.05 billion), while Japan and the US will contribute to commercial operations through public-private partnerships. At the same time, Japan will also provide advanced equipment for 5G as part of the agreement. In June, the British agency Reuters said that a tender for the manufacture of submarine cables, in which the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei had participated, had been canceled This was because the US pressured Micronesia, which has a military agreement with the US country, against awarding contracts to Chinese companies, had “no possible way to remove Huawei as one of the bidders”. The other two countries involved were also Nauru and Kiribati.

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Poor people always towing late, 6G network is already being tested in China, 5G network is already working in China for a long time, do people want to implement 5G now?

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Congratulations to the free countries. The red dragon must be fought in all areas.

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Three countries are going to build networks in the South Pacific after a submarine cable project in the same countries that Huawei participated in was canceled in June.

The US, Japan and Australia will jointly fund the construction of 5G networks in the South Pacific To counter the growing influence of China to prevent the monopoly of critical infrastructure in the region and by Beijing, Reported Japanese agency Kyodo on Monday (13).

“Historically, we have deep ties with the island nations of the Pacific, with whom we share the values ​​of democracy. We need to avoid a situation where democracy is threatened by China’s control of our telecommunications networks,” A source quoted by Kyodo.

The project aims to increase internet penetration in Micronesia, Nauru and Kiribati.

According to Kyodo, Digicel Group, an international communications operator based in Jamaica, will be responsible for implementing the project. In October it was reported that a Chinese company was planning to do the same, after which Australian telecommunications company Telstra was hoping to acquire Digicel’s operations in the Pacific.
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The Japanese agency writes that the government Australia will finance most of the acquisitionfor US$1.6 billion (R$9.05 billion), while Japan and the US will contribute to commercial operations through public-private partnerships. At the same time, under the agreement, Japan will also provide advanced equipment for 5G.

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In June, the British news agency Reuters reported that a tender for the construction of the undersea cable, in which Chinese telecommunications company Huawei had participated, had been canceled because of the US pressing “with Micronesia as one of the bidders”. There was no possible way to remove Huawei”. , which has a military agreement with the US country against awarding contracts to Chinese companies. The other two countries involved were also Nauru and Kiribati.

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