Ottawa continues its review of Huawei’s role in Canada’s 5G networks over security concerns related to its relationship with China’s government.
CCTS recieved 19,287 complaints in the fiscal year ending July 31, up from the 14,272 the previous year.
Agency is also exploring the impact of requiring companies to rip out their current Huawei and ZTE equipment.
Chinese telecom is waiting for a federal decision on supplying equipment for next-generation 5G wireless networks.
Trump prepares to expand 25% tariffs to cover another US$300 billion of Chinese products.
Number 2 smartphone maker denies its products would be used for China’s cyberespionage.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said the pair have been arrested for allegedly stealing state secrets.
Says the treaty with Canada infringed on the “safety and legitimate rights and interests of Chinese citizens.”
The US wants Meng Wanzhou to face allegations of fraud related to the use of Huawei’s subsidiary Skycom to do business with Iranian telecom firms between 2009 and 2014.
Chinese government warns Canada of “grave consequences” if she is not released.
Telecoms want auction sooner.
Think tank cites quality of the networks, size of the country, investments being made in 5G technology.
Hardware and software development means networks won’t to be ready for “prime time” until about 2020.
Federal agency says it received 1,023 formal complaints from August to January.
Based on advice from national security agencies that there’s a potential injury to national security.