"I think people don't want to get the feeling that they get a second class system, while others get the real thing.
Budde said the government would also have to reverse its policy in relation to Huawei.
"But from a technology point that is not all that relevant as others can also deliver similar solutions," he said.
Huawei chief strategy and marketing officer, western Europe, Gao Ji said copper wires remained an important resource to telecom carriers and were assets that have yet to be fully exploited.
"By utilising new copper wire technologies, such as Vectoring and G.FAST, carriers can make more efficient use of their resources and quickly implement bandwidth strategies, helping to achieve commercial success," he said.
"Huawei will continue to invest in copper wire technology and plans to lead further innovations in this area."
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