In a short amount of time telco equipment vendor, Huawei, has become the world’s second biggest mobile infrastructure maker.
But as with any company from China, it comes with a lot of baggage and is often treated with suspicion.
It’s been accused of having close ties to the People’s Liberation Army and various security organisations have voiced concerns about key infrastructure being built by a potential enemy.
Its local chief technology officer, Peter Rossi, spoke with ARN’s David Ramli about these concerns and the company’s plans for the NBN.
To listen to the interview, click here.