The European Union will discuss adopting 5G technologies and setting global security standards when leaders meet with India next month as concerns over the dominance of Chinese telecommunications giants rise.
Europe wants to work with democratic partners, including India, to establish open and transparent standards as nations prepare to move to the new security protocol that should be part of every 5G value chain, said Margrethe Vestager, the European Union’s antitrust leader , in an interview.
“When we have a systemic rivalry, we have to come together to protect what is really important,” Vestager said. “The way technology is used reflects our preferred system, which is democracy.”
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