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3/29/2019

China's company Huawei Launched 5G Network; The secret reveled by USA will blow your mind.


 


When it comes to technology, China is one of the world leading giant, with a very rapid growth. 

No matter the kind of Device China have or can produce some countries are skeptical with Made in China gadgets. 


From America to South Africa to Nigeria, there is away people see and feel about China products Made in China.


Many people think made in China are fake while others see it as substandard goods. For instance, many people are not comfortable using Made-in-China phones. If you ask average person in Nigeria, SA, USA, UK, Germany etc, What do you think about made in China phones, he may laugh.


In Nigeria is worse that no matter how good a phone or any other product is once made in China, many people will not trust the product in terms of quality.



Recently, a known phone company maker in China Huawei announced a plan of 5G network and eventually launched it.

This provoked USA and they call the technology a *spy*. What do you do think caused this provocation? Could it be that China first launched 5G network ahead of USA, Or China's economic growth explosion?


Trump said
Don't trust China on 5G network.

Not only Trump but FBI is not comfortable about China's Company Huawei with 5G network as FBI tweeted below:









 Later Trump tweeted


I want 5G, and even 6G, technology in the United States as soon as possible. It is far more powerful, faster, and smarter than the current standard. American companies must step up their efforts, or get left behind. There is no reason that we should be lagging behind on.........— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 21, 2019


....something that is so obviously the future. I want the United States to win through competition, not by blocking out currently more advanced technologies. We must always be the leader in everything we do, especially when it comes to the very exciting world of technology!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 21, 2019


From opinion pulls in USA, China *stole* technology (tech thief) from Tmobile USA network provider. A recent arrest of Huawei CEO daughter in Canada, revealing of emails between T Mobile and Huawei exposed Huawei secret.


It will be wise if you go through below leaked email between T-Mobile (TMO) USA and Huawei China:


Secret email exchange between TMO Inside and Huawei leaked.


Date: May 2012

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA Director of Technical Acceptance)

To: [email protected]

Subject: License TMO robot

Asked about licensing or purchasing Tappy, but TMO said no. They have no plans to sell the robot system to any phone manufacturer, including Huawei.

________________________________________

Date: July 2012

From: H.L. (Huawei USA employee at T-Mobile)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Progress report

Per request for photos and technical specs of TMO robot (i.e. component serial numbers, hardware and software details) we were unable to gather relevant information. They say it is because of information security regulations. We were reminded that all Huawei employees signed non-disclosure agreements.

________________________________________

Date: September 2012

From: H.P. (Huawei China Director of Device Testing Management Department)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Goals

The main point is to figure out the Robot's specifications and functions. These are the benchmarks of products developed by ourselves.

________________________________________

Date: September 2012

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: checking in

T-Mobile is not willing to share the detail of robot tech/docs with Huawei or any manufacturers. They refused to provide us the details of robot hardware and software specifications.

________________________________________

Date: November 2012

From: J.Y. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Reminder

This email is just a kindly reminder for the information we need to build our own robot system and kindly feedback the information we need in the attachment...

TappyTechSpecsRequest.ppt

________________________________________

Date: November 2012

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer), [email protected]

Subject: FWD: Reminder

See message from J.Y.

________________________________________

Date: November 2012

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: FWD: Reminder

Huawei USA engineers have accessed the robot lab... They know how TMO robot work and system info. I asked them to write down the info in detail and then send to Huawei China.

________________________________________

Date: November 2012

From: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: Re: FWD: Reminder

I am sorry we can not get more information from TMO and we can't finish the whole PowerPoint as we talk about. And as you know, we can take some pictures of test procedure and setting. Hope it is useful to HQ R&D.

________________________________________

Date: November 2012

From: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: pictures

Pictures of Tappy robot and software interface attached.

______________________________

Date: December 2012

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Follow up

We got not much information from TMO on these questions that you guys asked. Again, TMO won't want to share any more information about their robot system with us. However, we still try to find more information during our test in TMO robot lab. But it won't expect any time soon.

________________________________________

Date: December 2012

From: J.Y. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: xDeviceRobot issues

We are still working on the Robot system and we had some issues with the system at the moment. More information on Tappy is needed. Are software test strips optimized for each device? What is Tappy's touch speed? How is the rubbed tip installed? Is there air space in the rubber tip?

________________________________________

Date: January 2013

From: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: xDeviceRobot issues

See attached photos of Tappy.

________________________________________

Date: January 2013

From: J.Y. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Tappy arm

We need more technical information, specifically the response time accuracy of TMO's mechanical arm.

________________________________________

Date: January 2013

From: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: Tappy arm

TMO will not give us this information.



________________________________________

Date: January 2013

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Re: Re: Tappy arm

Once again, we CAN'T ask TMO any questions about the robot. TMO is VERY angry the questions that we asked. Sorry we can't deliver any more information to you.

I think a Huawei China engineer should come to Seattle and observe Tappy directly. You will learn a lot in knowledge and experience.

________________________________________

Date: March 2013

From: F.W. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: xDeviceRobot update

From the results of the recent xDeviceRobot system verification, there is still a definite disparity with T-Mobile.

H.L., can you collect information about the TMO robot arm and tip? We need contact area, hardness and pressure.

________________________________________

Date: March 2013

From: H.L. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: xDeviceRobot update

Gathering info from TMO is risky. I recommend contacting the robot manufacturer instead. Going through TMO would only backfire, especially after signing a confidentiality agreement at the TMO laboratory, the relevance of this information to us is very sensitive.

________________________________________

Date: April 2013

From: J.Y. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: xDeviceRobot - further difficulties

We are still not on par with TMO robot. Please send more information about calibration standards, delay calculations and software.

________________________________________

Date: April 2013

From: R.Y. (Huawei USA employee)

To: [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Re: xDeviceRobot - further difficulties

First of all, I am glad that HQ R&D has been continuing to improve the Huawei robot system. Based on the test on TMO's phone we do see a big difference of test results between TMO robot and Huawei robot. I think we have a lot of work to improve our robot performance. The difference between two is not only the hardware but also (most importantly) the software. TMO has spend much more money on software than hardware.

Once again, we can't get any further information about TMO robot system from TMO. They have complained to us a lot about this because we asked them too many questions of the robot based on HQ's request. TMO said to me that if we ask them again such questions, they don't allow us to use their robot Lab. TMO has set up a security system by putting camera into the robot Lab. I think everyone knows what this means. We can't provide any further information to HQ because we can't get anything from TMO.

Once again, I suggested HQ to send an engineer to TMO for a hands-on experience by playing the robot system. I believe this would give HQ robot team a huge benefit in understanding TMO robot system from hardware and software, as well as operation.

________________________________________

Date: April 2013

From: Huawei USA employee

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Re: Re: xDeviceRobot - further difficulties

Here's why TMO will not share info with us, as far as I can tell:

TMO is clear that those such as Huawei and Samsung are not only supplying TMO, but are also supplying their competitors such as Verizon, ATT, and other carriers.

1. If every Vendor is helped to establish TMO testing environment and standards, it would certainly also improve the product quality, etc. of each Vendor's competitors, which is equivalent to TMO doing a good deed for the industry.

2. TMO took about four years of time and lots of resource optimization to develop the Robot system, and it contains TMO's intellectual property rights.

3. TMO can provide a free testing environment for each Vendor, and it can ensure that this system only services TMO products. This only enhances the competitiveness of TMO.

________________________________________

Date: April 2013

From: Huawei USA Executive Director of Technical Acceptance

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Re: Re: Re: xDeviceRobot - further difficulties

Access to Tappy by our engineers on the ground is strictly controlled. They are limited to usage of TMO's robot, and everything else is categorically denied.

Due to answering headquarters' questions, our employees have had two complaints raised against them, and it was declared that if we inquired again, Huawei's credentials for using the TMO Robot Laboratory would end. I echo previous suggestions to send an engineer from headquarters to see Tappy in person.

________________________________________

Date: April 2013

From: F.W. (Huawei China engineer)

To: Huawei USA Executive Director of Technical Acceptance

Subject: Trip to Washington

>There are a number of goals for my trip to T-Mobile HQ, but mainly-

• Collect detailed technical data on Tappy hardware and software

• Take photos and videos

• For the mechanical arm issues, go to the laboratory for reconnaissance and obtain measurement data

I expect to arrive in Washington on May 11.

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: F.W. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], Director of Device Testing Management Department

Subject: Reconnaissance

A.X. has let me into the Tappy laboratory twice over the past few days. Both times we were discovered by a T-Mobile employee and I was asked to leave, since I wasn't allowed to be there. I observed the robot on both visits and took pictures on the second.

I went once more today to TMO's mechanical arm testing laboratory and gained an overall understanding of the test environment. I summarized it, please take a look in the attached document and pictures.

TMO has made it clear that I am not allowed to re-enter the robot laboratory. Going forward, A.X. will help you get a deeper understanding of the remaining information.


Robot Environmental Information.doc

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: T-Mobile partner relations

To: [email protected]

Subject: Return all badges immediately

Due to recent and repeated violations of T-Mobile's on-site rules, Huawei USA's access to the Tappy laboratory has been revoked. All Huawei USA employees must return their badges to T-Mobile, with the exception of A.X., who will be the only Huawei USA employee with access to the testing facilities. This is only so Huawei can complete limited testing on in-progress projects.

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: J.Y. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Necessary information

The engineering team needs more details about the TMO robot:

• exact specifications, operations and a list of components used

• how it calculates UI response time

• shape, diameter and hardness of tip

• how it handles force

• sensors used to support the arm and camera

• lots of photos and videos of test process

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: A.X. (Huawei USA engineer)

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: Necessary information

We'll certainly help if we can; this period is very sensitive.

In regards to photos and videos, after TMO gives back our badges, I'll send it back home. No need for home to keep reminding me.

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Robot arm

The xDeviceRobot team needs specs on the arm. Specifically, the diameter of the end tip of the conductor stick.

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: F.W. (Huawei China engineer)

To: [email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Subject: Re: Robot arm

A.X. was able to remove the robot arm from the laboratory without being detected and I took exact measurements. However, TMO quickly discovered the arm was missing and A.X. was forced to return the part the following day. A.X. told them it was taken by mistake. Our access to the lab has been completely revoked and Huawei USA employees are no longer allowed inside the facility unsupervised.

I've attached detailed measurements of the arm. See pictures for details.

________________________________________

Date: >May 2013

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]

Subject: exact tip measurements

Can you measure the conductor stick with a caliper device?

________________________________________

Date: May 2013

From: [email protected]

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: exact tip measurements

From the leaked email above there is strong allegation that Huawei copied TMO technology and improve theirs.

Leaked email Source:www.engadget.com/Huawei





Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's chief financial officer and deputy chair, and daughter of Huawei CEO was arrested in Vancouver Canada on 1 December.

Details of the arrest have not been released but the US has been investigating Huawei over possible violation of policy and Tech thief.

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