China’s ZTE is opening a cybersecurity centre in Brussels, four months after a similar move by Huawei.
ZTE said in a press release that its “lab” will be installed “in the political and administrative heart of the European Union”.
ZTE is not on the U.S. blacklist, despite criticism from the U.S. of its trade with Iran. Last year, the group was banned from exporting to the United States and was forced to pay a fine of 1 billion dollars.
The cybersecurity centre gives customers and regulators the opportunity to check the source code of network equipment and test cyberattacks.
Via Brussels Times