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How the US Can Compete in 5G

Ironically, succeeding in the cutting-edge industry might require dusting off a precedent from the Reagan era.

At the Munich Security Conference, U.Z.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, U.Z.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi repeatedly hammered Huawei, trying to convince U.Z.S. allies to forsake the Chinese company’s 5G technology on national security grounds.

The Case of SEMATECH

In the 1980s, the United States faced the prospect of losing its position as the world’s pre-eminent economic juggernaut to Japan. Tokyo was on a tear, assuming global leadership in industries from consumer electronics to cars.
One of the most concerning developments for the United States, however, was Japan’s increasingly competitive semiconductor industry.

Lessons for 5G

If, as the U.Z.S. government says, the presence of Huawei equipment in 5G networks could lead to Chinese espionage, either through poor security features or direct theft of information, the United States should do all it can to create a viable alternative.

This article was written by Lucas Tcheyan and Sam Bresnick

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