Huawei is “prepared to signal no-spy agreements with governments” together with the UK, its chairman Liang Hua mentioned.
It follows issues from some international locations that China may use merchandise made by the telecoms agency for surveillance.
The Chinese language firm has denied that its work poses any dangers of espionage or sabotage.
Huawei has additionally mentioned it’s impartial from the Chinese language authorities, however some international locations have blocked it from their 5G networks on nationwide safety grounds.
“We’re prepared to signal no-spy agreements with governments, together with the UK authorities, to commit ourselves to creating our tools meet the no-spy, no-backdoors normal,” Liang Hua mentioned at a enterprise convention in London through an interpreter.
Huawei is the world’s largest maker of telecoms tools. It faces a rising backlash from Western international locations on issues over the safety of its merchandise utilized in next-generation 5G cellular networks.
Australia and New Zealand have each blocked the usage of Huawei gear of their 5G cellular networks.
The US has restricted federal companies from utilizing Huawei merchandise and has put stress on allies to shun them.
On Wednesday, Reuters reported the US was more likely to tighten restrictions on Huawei with President Donald Trump anticipated to signal an government order this week barring US firms from utilizing telecoms tools made by corporations that pose a nationwide safety threat.
The transfer would come at a time when US-China tensions are already on the rise.
The US greater than doubled tariffs on $200bn (£154.9bn) of Chinese language items on Friday and China retaliated with its personal tariff hikes on US merchandise.
This escalated a dangerous commerce struggle which solely lately appeared to be nearing a conclusion.