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Cisco accuses Huawei of misstating findings of 10-year-old litigation

Jim Duffy | Oct. 12, 2012
Adding more intrigue to this week's suspicion of Chinese telecommunications companies, Cisco has accused Huawei of misrepresenting the findings of litigation between the two companies almost 10 years ago.

On Monday, it was reported that Cisco ended a seven-year relationship with Chinese telecom vendor ZTE after an internal investigation uncovered sales of Cisco gear to an Iranian company, violating U.S. sanctions against such sales. A Cisco spokesperson confirmed that the company severed ties with ZTE "a few months ago."

Then later on Monday, a U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee report blasted Huawei and ZTE as threats to U.S. national security.



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