Huawei faces new challenges in Europe after German Deutsche Telekom announced that it will look into its supplier policy, while Orange said the Chinese company would not be hiring a mobile network for the fifth generation network in France.
The announcements of the leaders of the German and French state-owned markets follow the exclusion of Huawei for national security in some countries associated with the United States under the direction of Australia.
US officials told their allies that Huawei is ultimately responding to the Chinese state and that its network equipment is a "back door" that would allow cyber-spyware.
The Deutsche Telekom audit comes as the US regulators analyze the proposed US unit T-Mobile USA, proposed by US $ 26 billion US dollars, managed by the Japanese Softbank group.
Huawei says safety concerns are unfounded.
The tensions have increased as a result of the arrest of Huawei's financial chief in Canada for possible extradition to the United States.