Huawei reportedly launched its 5G lab in South Korea on Thursday, but opted to keep it quiet in the wake of a US ban.
The lab is the embattled Chinese telecom's first open next-generation wireless network development center where other companies can test their platforms, but media weren't invited to Thursday's event, according to Reuters.
Instead, it chose to restrict the invitations to anonymous Korean tech and enterprise bosses, the outlet reported. Huawei apparently plans to invest $5 million in the lab, which is located in Seoul.
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