The company's representatives claim that the US's decision was influenced by the elections
Huawei is doing everything it can to clear its stained reputation. After the company’s representatives offered the Australian government the opportunity to gain complete access to its source codes and equipment a few days ago, now the offer has been extended to other states as well.According to India Times, Huawei's Global Cyber Security Officer John Suffolk has reveled that any government is free to inspect their facilities.
Suffolk claims that the report issued by the US House of Representatives is more about the upcoming election and “trade protectionism” than about addressing cyber security concerns.
He also emphasized once again that it would be “suicidal” for Huawei to become involved in cyber security issues considering that the company mostly operates outside of China.
On the other hand, Huawei India representatives reminded everyone that back in 2010 they were willing to share their source code, but other companies refused to allow access to their assets.