3 Canadian Telecommunication Giants Refuse Huawei’s 5G Network
Canada’s top three telecom giants have already excluded Huawei from their 5G networks. Earlier in June, Bell Canada selected Ericsson as its 5G network partner and Telus Mobility will use both Ericsson and Nokia as its 5G service providers. Rogers Communications had already chosen Ericsson in 2018.
Huawei entered the Canadian market in 2008 and its equipment was widely used by Bell and Telus.
More and more countries and telecom companies “are waking up to the danger of the Chinese Communist Party’s surveillance state” and allowing only trusted vendors in their 5G networks.
Companies like Huawei are required by China’s security law to share any information that they have and that includes you private information.
Huawei can easily intercept any information that transits its system without even needing a backdoor or any “secret access” because they own the infrastructure.
Among European countries that allow only trusted 5G vendors to build their 5G networks are: Czech Republic, Poland, Sweden, Estonia, Romania, Denmark, Latvia, Greece, Sweden, Poland, France, India, Australia, Korea, Japan and the UK.