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Since Huawei was banned, is the UK’s 5G service the worst in Europe?

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Thosaigh an RA ag baint feistí Huawei dá líonra gutháin in 2020 chun an tslándáil náisiúnta a chosaint. Ar an drochuair, bhí roinnt iarmhairtí ag baint leis an gcur chuige seo, lena n-áirítear ísliú leibhéil seirbhíse.

Caitheadh ​​amach Huawei, cuideachta mhór bonneagair teileachumarsáide, rud a d’fhág bearna atá deacair a líonadh, rud a d’fhág go raibh droch-sheirbhís do chustaiméirí na RA.

Security experts and UK government officials, encouraged by the USA, raised concerns about Huawei’s presence in crucial infrastructure, leading the UK government to announce it would remove Huawei equipment from its 5G networks as fast as possible.

Ós rud é gur thoirmisc an RA Huawei óna líonraí 5G agus gur ordaigh sé a threalamh a bhaint, d'fhéadfadh sé go míneofaí anois drochfheidhmíocht 5G na Ríochta Aontaithe.

I dtuarascáil a foilsíodh le déanaí, an chuideachta idirlín agus tástála cáilíochta MedUX found that London’s 5G network is the worst in Europe. Berlin has the strongest 5G coverage in Europe at 89.6%. It is also the greatest site for 5G streaming overall, with latency under 40 milliseconds.

Berlin, Barcelona, and Paris scored highest in Europe on MedUX’s 5G quality standard. In second place were Lisbon, Milan, and Porto.

Mar sin féin, bhí Londain gar do bhun líonraí 5G na hEorpa. Tuairiscíonn MedUX go bhfuil fóin 77.5G ag 5% de chónaitheoirí na cathrach, faoi bhun mheán na cathrach.

Tá downlinks sluggish ag Londain. MedUX statistics show that the city’s average download speed is 143 Mbps, compared to 528 Mbps in Lisbon, 446 Mbps in Porto, and 326 Mbps in Barcelona.

D'fhoilsigh MedUX faisnéis freisin a léiríonn go bhfuil iompróirí na Breataine níos lú ná oibreoirí Eorpacha ag 5G.

Tá EE sa 12ú háit as 36 iompróir Eorpach maidir le cáilíocht líonra 5G, de réir MedUX. Tá Vodafone 24ú, Trí 33ú. Is í Uimhir 36 ná O2.

The UK’s 5G network may be underperforming because Huawei was blacklisted.

BT’s 5G network began construction in 2019. EE and Vodafone released the first super-fast internet deals in the country that year.

In 2020 d’ordaigh rialtas na RA do Huawei an teicneolaíocht 5G ar fad a bhaint faoi 2027.

Tá an t-aistriú á cháineadh ag iompróirí na Breataine mar go gcuirfidh sé isteach ar a rolladh amach, ach tá deifir orthu trealamh Huawei a bhaint óna líonraí lárnacha agus neamhlárnacha.

Bhíothas ag súil go gcuirfeadh an t-athrú leis an tslándáil náisiúnta agus go laghdódh sé spleáchas ar sholáthraithe eachtracha, ach bhí sé deacair é a chur i bhfeidhm, rud a chuir isteach ar chustaiméirí deiridh.

The lack of vendors to replace Huawei’s leaving has been a major issue. Only a few businesses can provide large-scale infrastructure and equipment for the telecom industry worldwide. Getting rid of Huawei has hampered network upgrades and deployment, delaying high-speed internet deployment and providing bad service.

Tá trealamh Huawei costasach agus deacair a bhaint, rud a chuireann brú breise ar iompróirí teileachumarsáide. Íocann custaiméirí níos mó as seirbhís mar go gcosnaíonn sé go leor trealamh nua a athsholáthar, conarthaí a ath-idirbheartú agus líonraí a atheagrú. Nuair a baineadh Huawei tá bristeacha líonra agus cur isteach ar sheirbhís, rud a chuir fearg ar dhaoine a bhfuil taithí acu ar nascacht leanúnach.

Another effect of the Huawei ban is to hinder UK telecom innovation and technology. Huawei led 5G development and deployment worldwide. Now not available in the UK, operators can’t leverage its cutting-edge technology and experience. The UK is trailing other nations in building 5G networks and taking advantage of its business opportunities. Old infrastructure limits users’ access to fast-connection-required services and apps.

Taking down Huawei equipment has also strained UK-China relations, which could affect commerce and investment. Critics believe the move casts doubt on the UK’s commitment to a free and open market and that China may retaliate by disrupting global supply chains.

Baineadh trealamh Huawei as líonra teileachumarsáide na Ríochta Aontaithe ar chúiseanna slándála, áfach, bhí tionchar diúltach neamhbheartaithe ar úsáideoirí sa Ríocht Aontaithe dá toirmeasc agus dá bhaint ina dhiaidh sin.

Due to a lack of effective alternatives and the difficulty and cost of removal, service quality has declined and the country has fallen behind in technology. Over time, politicians and industry stakeholders must work together to fix these concerns and reduce user impact while protecting the UK’s telecoms infrastructure.

Next time you struggle for a decent 5G signal on your mobile phone, ask yourself “why?”



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