如何评价美国拟允许华为参与5G标准建设?

前情回顾:如何评价川普政府在2020年03月11日第五次宣布延长华为临时许可证?

The Trump administration said on Tuesday it was extending a license allowing U.S. companies to continue doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd until May 15.

US drafts rule to allow Huawei and US firms to work together on 5G standards, sources say

PUBLISHED WED, MAY 6 20209:33 PM EDT


KEY POINTS
  • The U.S. Department of Commerce is close to signing off on a new rule that would allow U.S. companies to work with China’s Huawei Technologies on setting standards for next generation 5G networks, people familiar with the matter said.
  • The Commerce Department placed Huawei on its “entity list” last May, citing national security concerns. The listing restricted sales of U.S. goods and technology to the company and raised questions about how U.S. firms could participate in organizations that establish industry standards. 
  • The rule, which could still change, essentially allows U.S. companies to participate in standards bodies where Huawei is also a member, the sources said.


The U.S. Department of Commerce is close to signing off on a new rule that would allow U.S. companies to work with China’s Huawei Technologies on setting standards for next generation 5G networks, people familiar with the matter said.

Engineers in some U.S. technology companies stopped engaging with Huawei to develop standards after the Commerce Department blacklisted the company last year. The listing left companies uncertain about what technology and information their employees could share with Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker.

That has put the United States at a disadvantage, said industry and government officials. In standards setting meetings, where protocols and technical specifications are developed that allow equipment from different companies to function together smoothly, Huawei gained a stronger voice as U.S. engineers sat back in silence.

The Commerce Department placed Huawei on its “entity list” last May, citing national security concerns. The listing restricted sales of U.S. goods and technology to the company and raised questions about how U.S. firms could participate in organizations that establish industry standards.

After nearly a year of uncertainty, the department has drafted a new rule to address the issue, two sources told Reuters. The rule, which could still change, essentially allows U.S. companies to participate in standards bodies where Huawei is also a member, the sources said.

The draft is under final review at the Commerce Department and, if cleared, would go to other agencies for approval, the people said. It is unclear how long the full process will take or if another agency will object.

“As we approach the year mark, it is very much past time that this be addressed and clarified,” said Naomi Wilson, senior director of policy for Asia at the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), which represents companies including Amazon, Qualcomm and Intel.

The U.S. government wants U.S. companies to remain competitive with Huawei, Wilson said. “But their policies have inadvertently caused U.S. companies to lose their seat at the table to Huawei and others on the entity list.”

The rule is only expected to address Huawei, the people familiar with the matter said, not other listed entities like Chinese video surveillance firm Hikvision.

In adding Huawei to the list last May, the Commerce Department cited U.S. charges pending against the company for alleged violations of U.S. sanctions against Iran. It also noted that the indictment alleges Huawei engaged in “deceptive and obstructive acts” to evade U.S. law. Huawei has pleaded not guilty in the case.

A Department of Commerce spokesman declined to comment. A Huawei spokeswoman also declined to comment.

“I know that Commerce is working on that rule,” a senior State Department official told Reuters on Wednesday. “We are supportive in trying to find a solution to that conundrum.”

The White House and departments of Defense, Energy, and Treasury did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

“International standard setting is important to the development of 5G,” said another senior administration official, who also did not want to be identified. “The discussions are about balancing that consideration with America’s national security needs.”

Six U.S. senators, including China hawks Marco Rubio, James Inhofe and Tom Cotton, last month sent a letter to the U.S. secretaries of Commerce, State, Defense and Energy about the urgent need to issue regulations confirming that U.S. participation in 5G standards-setting is not restricted by the entity listing.

“We are deeply concerned about the risks to the U.S. global leadership position in 5G wireless technology as a result of this reduced participation,” the letter said.

In the telecommunications industry, 5G, or fifth-generation wireless networks, are expected to power everything from high-speed video transmissions to self-driving cars.

Industry standards also are big business for telecommunications firms. They vie to have their patented technology considered essential to the standard, which can boost a company’s bottom line by billions of dollars.

The ITIC’s Wilson said the uncertainty has led U.S.-base standards bodies to consider moving abroad, noting that the nonprofit RISC-V Foundation (pronounced risk-five) decided to move from Delaware to Switzerland a few months ago.

The foundation oversees promising semiconductor technology developed with Pentagon support and, as Reuters has reported, wants to ensure those outside the United States can help develop its open-source technology.

From:CNBC
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党间失格 前任李克中,b站难民,知乎难民
参考就是王剑先生的评论,如果有人不看视频那我简单总结一下王剑先生的观点。

        基本就是,前期美国政府要求美国企业在华为完全脱钩,不能参加任何华为参加的会议。导致美国企业在这些准备制定5g行业标准的会议里一看到华为与会就自行离场,造成美国企业在这种行业标准会议上严重失语,只有华为说话,这样就导致华为在5g行业标准制定的话语权越来越大了。。美国政府的这一做法就是想扭转这种局面,让美国企业能去争取行业标准的话语权,避免华为把行业标准变得对自己有利对美国不利。。
护要罩子 Do you hear the people sing?
真看不懂特朗普想干嘛

当前回答字数不足20,是否回复为讨论?否
Miyasita 为了活,会逃跑
其實不能像樓上的各位那樣去想,即使現在的鷹派川普政府,也沒有想過要顛覆共產黨中國的政權,同時也沒有想過全面斷交,因為這樣意味著戰爭狀態,要是進入了這種狀態,只會有更多不確定的負面因素出現。戰爭的目的不是為了戰爭,而是要達成政治目的,而現在不需要使用戰爭就有機會達成政治目的的話,何必互相之間要把外交事務做的那麼絕?

換句話說,這不過是“羅蔔加大棒”的做法罷了,只有大棒,那只能全面翻臉

華為參與5G標準制定,而不是讓華為來制定5G標準,這是兩個意思,華為在裡面能充當什麼角色,說話的分量有多少,這是另一回事,過程中有多少把華為當作反面教材看,這還是一回事
瘋狂宇宙 新生代大陸民主人士。誠徵同類和台灣民國派和香港北進派朋友
KEY POINTS

The U.S. Department of Commerce is close to signing off on a new rule that would allow U.S. companies to work with China’s Huawei Technologies on setting standards for next generation 5G networks, people familiar with the matter said.

The Commerce Department placed Huawei on its “entity list” last May, citing national security concerns. The listing restricted sales of U.S. goods and technology to the company and raised questions about how U.S. firms could participate in organizations that establish industry standards.

The rule, which could still change, essentially allows U.S. companies to participate in standards bodies where Huawei is also a member, the sources said.


1、知情人士爆料,美国商务部即将签发一个新规则,以允许美国公司能够和华为共同制定下一代5G标准。【规范的对象是美国公司,不是华为被允许在美国做某事,标题表述有误导性嫌疑】
2、去年五月美国商务部将华为列入了(负面的)“实体清单”,引发了有关国家安全的关切。这一拉清单行为限制美国产品和技术向华为的出售,且引发了(华为被拉清单之后)美国企业如何参与那些制定行业标准的组织的疑问。
3、消息源称,这一仍存变数的规则,原则上允许美国企业参与有华为作为成员的行业标准组织。

某些网友能不能不要一惊一乍?
sF000p 文明季候论拥簇
川伯伦无疑了.
总统候选人一个通共,一个绥靖.真是没救了.
看来总加速师还任重道远啊!
啦啦啦你 我爱维尼维尼爱我
王剑的解释可以参考下 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTpdQS46cx0&t=1032s 字数补丁字数补丁字数补丁
Bella 观察
我想知道ccp给了多大的利好条件让川普同意华为5g?
当前回答字数不足20,是否回复为讨论?否
唉,太惨了,就怕什么时候连美国都沦陷了,这个世界就再也没有希望了。
楼上总结得真好。推荐王剑昨晚的视频。

不过墙内接下来又要借题发挥自high啦ha
但愿王剑这次分析的对,呵呵,王剑可没少被打脸
香蕉南波灣 就算台獨是自慰,那也好過幫中國欶懶叫。----By 苦苓
我怎麼覺得是先泄漏出來讓民眾反對,政府在借驢下坡?希望我不要把他們想得太蠢………
菠菜菠菜菠菜 ? 大力水手
楼上的,请教个问题
我想知道王剑为啥关了评论?怕人骂吗?关评论是让人非常鄙视的一种行为!跟ccp禁言无二!

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