Canada bans China's Huawei, ZTE from 5G networks

5/20/2022 3:40:00 PM

Canada to ban Huawei from 5G network — via @financialpost

Canada to ban Huawei from 5G network — via financialpost

Firms that already have Huawei or ZTE gear installed will have to remove it by the end of 2027

Huawei long played a key role in Canadian wireless networks. It won its first major North American project from BCE and Telus in 2008 — a pivotal contract that helped cement the Chinese provider’s reputation as a global player that could compete on quality. The deal paved the way for it to become a major supplier to Canada’s biggest telecom companies over the next decade.

Advertisement 5This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Article contentIn the lead-up to the decision, Canada’s military leadership argued the company posed too big a potential security risk to allow it into 5G networks. The nation’s human and signals intelligence agencies, however, were reportedly split on how best to deal with Huawei.

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Canada to Ban 5G Equipment From China’s Huawei, ZTEThe decision follows a yearslong security review disrupted by geopolitical tension between Ottawa and Beijing. well given their long history of corporate espionage this seems like par for the course. lol, they kiddnapped huawei's princess. they'd be lucky huawei sell them anything at all Evidence? Another Iraq WMD? NSA created a back door & hacked into Huawei network 2009. Stole all emails, source codes & sensitive information. Still can't find substantial evidence to accuse Huawei until now. (Project Shotgiant)

Canada to ban Huawei/ZTE 5G equipment, joining Five Eyes alliesThe decision had been delayed amid diplomatic tensions with China. About fucking time

Canada joins Five Eyes allies in banning Huawei and ZTE 5G telecom gear | EngadgetCanada is banning 4G and 5G telecom equipment from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, joining its 'Five Eyes' allies in doing so.. So what!!! AdrianShots se lo quieren cargar por completo Bad move for Canada and US. They both sees falling down fast their Tech Sectors to the point of No Return, unfortunately.

Canada bans Huawei equipment from 5G networks, orders removal by 2024Over concerns from China’s national intelligence law. Is canada a sovereign country does canada make its own decisions 😄😄 ? The united states bans huawei equipment from 5 network The correct call. I still use a pair of tin cans and a piece of string

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Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou’s life on bail: Private dining, shopping sprees and more Huawei long played a key role in Canadian wireless networks.Jacquie McNish Updated May 19, 2022 9:49 pm ET OTTAWA—Canada said Thursday it will ban equipment made by China’s Huawei Technologies Co.3 minute read 1/3 A smartphone with the Huawei and 5G network logo is seen on a PC motherboard in this illustration picture taken January 29, 2020.banning 4G and 5G telecom equipment from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, joining its"Five Eyes" allies in doing so.

It won its first major North American project from BCE and Telus in 2008 — a pivotal contract that helped cement the Chinese provider’s reputation as a global player that could compete on quality. The deal paved the way for it to become a major supplier to Canada’s biggest telecom companies over the next decade. from being used in the country’s next-generation 5G mobile network, following a nearly four-year security review disrupted by geopolitical tension between Ottawa and Beijing. Advertisement 5 This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.UL) and ZTE Corp (000063. Article content In the lead-up to the decision, Canada’s military leadership argued the company posed too big a potential security risk to allow it into 5G networks.K. The nation’s human and signals intelligence agencies, however, were reportedly split on how best to deal with Huawei."We see this as a political decision, one born of political pressure primarily from the United States.

Canada’s biggest wireless provider, Rogers Communications Inc. S. "Providers who already have this equipment installed will be required to cease its use and remove it under the plans we're announcing today., has partnered with Huawei rival Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson on 5G. The Toronto-based firm’s vice chairman argued in 2019 that the Chinese giant posed too big a security risk to be allowed into the future network equations. The latest-generation mobile network is set to underpin self-driving cars and other internet-connected devices. 5G technology could end up being 100 times faster than existing top-of-the-line networks, with data speeds reaching 10 gigabits per second. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters. That would greatly improve the ability of consumers to stream high-definition video and also help build out the so-called “internet of things” that can link everything from household appliances to traffic lights.  Both operators reportedly approached the federal government in the past to ask about compensation from taxpayers for potential removal Huawei or ZTE gear.

In July 2021, Canada’s telecom firms committed to paying $8.9 billion to buy licenses for 5G airwaves in a record-smashing government auction. In September 2018, Canada first announced it would review the possible threats to national security in adopting Huawei equipment. Rogers, which is in the midst of trying to buy smaller rival Shaw Communications Inc., led the way with a $3.3 billion spectrum purchase. warrant, creating a long-running dispute with China that finally ended last September with Meng's release. Canada has faced growing pressure to do the same, over fears it could compromise the security of all five nations, given that China's laws require state companies to cooperate with intelligence services.

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