Pro Huawei propaganda: Huawei Is Making Canada Pay A Hefty Price for Meng Wan Zhou’s detention.

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As soon as Meng Wanzhou, Huawei CFO, returned to China, this piece of propaganda began circulating.

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Why is it propaganda?

*It says that Huawei is abandoning Canada and its hope for 5G technology.

What’s the truth? Huawei wants badly to be part of Canada’s 5G networks but so far, Canada has deferred making a decision.

It’s not Huawei who wants to leave Canada. Huawei is being forced to leave Canada.

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Canada is the only member of the Five Eyes intelligence-sharing network that has not formally blocked Huawei from 5G networks, but it has effectively done just that, delaying a decision long enough to force telecom companies to exclude the Chinese gear maker.”
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Canada has been mulling whether to disbar the firm’s next-generation equipment for the better part of two years, brushing off increasing signs of industry impatience.

In June, Bell Canada BCE.TO and rival Telus Corp T.TO – two of the biggest wireless providers – teamed with Sweden’s Ericsson ERICb.ST and Finland’s Nokia Oyj NOKIA.HE to build fifth-generation (5G) telecoms networks, ditching Huawei for the project despite using Huawei 4G gear.

“The absence of a solution will eventually settle all problems,” said a source directly familiar with the approach taken by the Liberal government of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Rogers Communications Inc RCIb.TO, Canada’s other large wireless operator, announced in 2018 it was using Ericsson 5G equipment.
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To be sure, Canada will one day make a decision. Two other people who have consulted with Canadian officials say they think it is only a matter of time before Ottawa unveils a ban.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-canada-huawei-analysis-idUSKBN25L26S

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1. Huawei shuts down all 5G Research Centres in Canada.

Has Huawei got a choice? All those research centres are going to be redundant.

However, look at what experts say about Canada’s contribution to Huawei and China!

The Globe and Mail, Canada

How Canadian money and research are helping China become a global telecom superpower

Sean Silcoff Technology Reporter
Robert Fife Ottawa Bureau Chief
Steven Chase Senior parliamentary reporter
Christine Dobby
Published May 26, 2018 Updated June 19, 2018

Canadian universities, governments and phone companies are helping Huawei Technologies develop cutting-edge, 5G mobile technology that could make the surging Chinese corporate giant a dominant force when the wireless communications industry makes its next great leap forward.

A Globe and Mail investigation reveals Huawei has established a vast network of relationships with leading research-heavy universities in Canada to create a steady pipeline of intellectual property that the company is using to underpin its market position in 5G.

In fact, the company has spent about a quarter of its $600-million research and development budget for 5G here – and almost nothing in the United States, where it is viewed as a security concern.

That has critics in Canada alarmed on two fronts. Intellectual property experts say China stands to reap far greater economic rewards than Canada in 5G, despite the fact much of the breakthrough research is being done here. And national security experts are troubled that Canadian institutions are willingly advancing the economic and geopolitical interests of a firm regarded as a corporate arm of the Chinese state – and considered one of the world’s top cyberintelligence threats – even as Ottawa recently blocked the sale of Canadian construction giant Aecon Group Ltd. to a Chinese state-owned firm, citing national security concerns.

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-how-canadian-money-and-research-are-helping-china-become-a-global/

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2. Huawei terminates employment of 4,500 Canadian employees.

Yes, it is true that Huawei will shut down its operations.

Huawei has no choice. No business in Canada. It can’t afford to employ staff.

Look at the article below from MINNEWS

If you don’t take him to play, Huawei will fire 4,500 foreign employees and transfer them out of Canada.

2021-09-26 17:05 HKT

Huawei will dissolve its headquarters in Canada, and it is estimated that it will lay off 4,500 Canadian employees, and the Canadian side is not yet able to use 5G patents. This will show an important position. The Chinese will not allow others to frame us for deliberately distorting the facts, and we are also capable of countering the wrongdoings of the Canadian government.

https://min.news/en/world/183eb0756d22b4452d8e175d09d99e86.html

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3. Huawei claims indemnity of USD 1 billion.

Its claim is not from Canada but from an American company, Verizon.

The Wall Street Journal

Huawei Settles Two Patent Lawsuits It Filed Against Verizon

Agreement reached amid broader geopolitical fight involving the U.S. and the Chinese company

By Drew Fitzerald

Updated July 12, 2021 1:05 pm ET

Huawei Technologies Co. agreed to settle two U.S. patent-infringement lawsuits it brought against Verizon Communications Inc., avoiding at least one public fight over the Chinese electronics maker’s role in the telecommunications supply chain.
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Verizon said the agreement, announced Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, covered allegations Huawei filed in two federal courts in 2020. The Shenzhen-based electronics giant had demanded that the American cellphone carrier pay it fees for the use of dozens of patents.12 Jul 2021

https://www.wsj.com/articles/huawei-settles-two-patent-lawsuits-it-filed-against-verizon-11626105146

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4. Huawei dismantles all 5G infrastructures in Canada. Instantly, Canada falters back to outdated 4G technology.

Huawei would have no choice but to dismantle its 5G infrastructures in Canada as no one would be using them.

The decisions from Canada’s three major carriers now mean Huawei is increasingly isolated from 5G builds within the Five Eyes nations.

ZDNet

Canadian major telcos effectively lock Huawei out of 5G build

The decision of Bell and Telus to shift to Ericsson and Nokia has left Huawei with no major carrier customers in the Great White North.

By Chris Duckett | June 3, 2020 | Topic: 5G

Canadian carriers Bell and Telus announced on Tuesday that each of them would not be continuing the use of Huawei equipment in their respective 5G networks, having signed deals with the Chinese giant’s rivals instead.

For Bell, it announced Ericsson would be supplying its radio access network. It added that it was looking to launch 5G services as the Canadian economy exited lockdown.

Bell, which in Febraury announced it had signed an agreement with Nokia, said it was maintaining the use of multiple vendors in its upcoming network, as it had for 4G.

“Ericsson plays an important role in enabling Bell’s award-winning LTE network and we’re pleased to grow our partnership into 5G mobile and fixed wireless technology,” said Bell chief technology officer Stephen Howe.

Meanwhile, the British Columbia-based Telus also chose to go with a combination of Ericsson and Nokia.

The company said it had spent CA$200 billion on its network since the turn of the century, and would part with a further CA$40 billion over the next three years to deploy its 5G network.

Both Bell and Telus had previously used Huawei equipment in their networks. In February, Telus told the Financial Post it would be using Huawei in its 5G network.

The third member of the Canadian major telco triumvirate — Rogers — said in January it would be using Ericsson equipment for its 5G rollout.

The decisions from Canada’s three major carriers now mean Huawei is increasingly isolated from 5G builds within the Five Eyes nations.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/canadian-major-telcos-effectively-lock-huawei-out-of-5g-build/

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5. Huawei holds core patents to 5G technologies without which 5G installations will meet with lots of technical glitches.

There are no insurmountable problems for Nokia and Ericsson.

(a) Who invented 5G technology?
Not Huawei but Qualcomm which has played a major role in inventing the many foundational technologies that drive the industry forward and make up 5G, the next wireless standard.

https://www.qualcomm.com/5g/what-is-5g

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(b) Which country started 5G technology?
Not China but South Korea.

South Korea is the country which deployed the first 5G network and is expected to stay in the lead as far as penetration of the technology goes. By 2025, almost 60 percent of mobile subscriptions in South Korea are expected to be for 5G networks. (3 Aug 2021)

https://www.statista.com/chart/23194/5g-networks-deployment-world-map/

(c) Who is the loser? Huawei.

Huawei continues to suffer from US sanctions: No growth for its smart phones outside the China market, insufficient supply of chips…

September 24, 2021 18:09 pm +08

SHENZHEN, China (Sept 24): China’s Huawei Technology will see revenue from its smartphone business drop by at least $30-40 billion this year as the company continues to grapple with U.S. restrictions on its supply chain, its rotating chairman Eric Xu said.

While the firm has been “getting used to U.S. sanctions” imposed on it since 2019, its new 5G related business areas cannot offset the losses from the handset business, Xu said at a press conference in Beijing on Friday.

*Finally, it says that Nokia and Ericsson won’t be able to help much as both are using Huawei’s 5G technologies and hardware.

When mobile network operators go shopping for 5G network equipment, they currently have four major vendors to choose from: Huawei, Ericsson, Nokia, and Samsung. These four are competitors.

Do Ericsson and Nokia use Huawei’s 5G technologies and hardware? Only in the propagandist’s imagination.

Did you notice that Singapore left Huawei out?

CNBC

Huawei loses out to Nokia, Ericsson in building Singapore’s main 5G networks

Published Thu, Jun 25 20201:19 AM EDTUpdated Fri, Jun 26 20201:22 AM EDTSaheli Roy Choudhury@sahelirc

Points

  • Chinese telecommunication equipment giant Huawei lost out to Nokia and Ericsson in building Singapore’s main 5G networks, but may be involved in the broader ecosystem at a reduced capacity. 
  • Singapore Telecommunications said it is in talks with Sweden’s Ericsson to be the main vendor for its 5G and localized networks.
  • The joint venture between  Starhub and M1 said it selected Finland’s Nokia as the preferred technology partner to build its 5G network. 
  • Singapore plans to have full islandwide standalone 5G coverage by 2025. 

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/25/huawei-loses-out-to-nokia-ericsson-in-building-singapores-main-5g-networks.html

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NOW YOU SHOULD READ THE PROPAGANDA

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Huawei.. Canada 5G

Huawei Is Making Canada Pay A Hefty Price for Meng Wan Zhou’s detention.

  1. Huawei shuts down all 5G Research Centres in Canada.
  2. Huawei terminates employment of 4,500 Canadian employees.
  3. Huawei claims indemnity of USD 1 billion.
  4. Huawei dismantles all 5G infrastructures in Canada. Instantly, Canada falters back to outdated 4G technology.
  5. Huawei holds core patents to 5G technologies without which 5G installations will meet with lots of technical glitches.

Nokia and Ericsson won’t be able to help much as both are using Huawei’s 5G technologies and hardware.

Next, the USA 🇺🇸 😷

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