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Ericsson software glitch hits mobile services in Britain and Japan

 

 
O2 (TEF.MC), the UK’s second largest network, and Japanese Softbank (9984.T) reported a network shutdown on Thursday, with the result that many customers were unable to access Internet services.
One day, the world's largest mobile phone provider Ericsson lost ground for the Chinese Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] and the Finnish Nokia (NOKIA.HE).


He set the task of restoring demand for next-generation 5G mobile equipment, and analysts said he could benefit from the problems of market leader Huawei.
SoftBank said the outages occurred because of problems on the stock exchanges for its high-speed LTE wireless network, while O2 blamed the problem on a third-party provider system that affects services around the world.


"We are aware of this problem and are working with our customers to resolve it as soon as possible,” said an Ericsson representative.


O2, owned by Spanish Telefonica (TEF.MC), said that Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile and GiffGaff customers, all of whom use their network, also suffered from failures.
He said that he is working closely with one of his third-party suppliers to solve the problem "as quickly as possible."


O2 said that other operators around the world have suffered, but have not identified any companies.


O2 users who have not been able to access the Internet or applications that require an Internet connection, have found their way through social networks to complain about downtime.
The executive director of Huawei Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of the founder and CEO of a Chinese company, was arrested in Canada on Wednesday, at the request of the US authorities investigating alleged violations of trade sanctions in the United States, the source said.


The United States has already taken steps to block equipment from mobile networks for security reasons, and Australia and New Zealand have banned the supplier from new 5G networks for the same reason.




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