Huawei's woes just keep piling up, as more companies and organizations get nervous about using the Chinese firm's gear or even accepting its donations. Sources at Huawei said the larger space would allow it to expand its testing capabilities and carry out work more efficiently.
Vodafone chief executive Nick Read said that debate was "too simplistic".
Vodafone Group has suspended purchases of equipment from Huawei for the core of its wireless networks in another setback to the Chinese supplier's growth ambitions. Huawei has denied wrongdoing.
In December, TechCentral asked South African operators about their relationship with Huawei in light of the decisions by some countries, including Australia, New Zealand and the U.S., to bar or consider barring the company from involvement in building 5G networks in their countries.
Yu said that despite "political noise" in some countries, Huawei sales outside the United States haven't suffered due to because of security concerns.
"A ban on the radio side for the whole industry would have a significant financial cost and customer disruption, and ultimately delay the launch of 5G in a number of countries, depending on who is deploying Huawei in what market", Read said.
Huawei has about a 35% market share in Europe, making it an important player in the industry.
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A spokesman for Huawei, which become the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker earlier this decade despite being shut out of the US market, said it had been a long-term strategic partner to Vodafone since 2007.
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Vodafone will pause installation of hardware created by Chinese technology business Huawei in its core networks, the company's chief executive said on Friday.
Analysts had expected growth of 0.3 percent. The company says the Kirin 980, released in August, performs on a par with Qualcomm Inc.'s widely used Snapdragon 845.
Analysts at UBS said Vodafone performed well in net adds and churn across Europe, but they expected fourth quarter service revenue to drop to -0.5 percent, driven by weakness in Spain and tougher comparatives in Britain.
Huawei said it was disappointed.