Huawei is making bold moves in pursuit of 5G network dominance, but it faces some tough competition globally.
Looking to expand its dominance outside of its native China, Huawei has been working to establish itself with major telecom operators from across the globe in pursuit of 5G network dominance.
With a number of competitors champing for the 5G race to get underway in 2018, Huawei has been looking establish a European presence, as well as in other parts of Asia.
Putting the scale of what the Chinese leader is planning to do into perspective, Reuters has reported that the organisation has already signed 25 Memorandums of Understanding.
These agreements are expected to lead to 5G trials from operators around the world.
Most importantly, they could lead to full commercial deals that would see Huawei achieve its international goals.