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Submission + - Huawei to help build Canadian Telecom infrastructure. (

newbie_fantod writes: Despite warnings from Canadian, American and Australian intelligence services, The Government of Canada is proudly trumpeting the contracts it has helped broker between Huawei and its national telcos.

Huawei will be providing the LTE networks for Telus, Bell and SaskTel (Telus, Canada's second largest telco, is also under contract to provide secure wireless communication for The Canadian Armed Forces).

Ironically, the technology Huawei provides may well have been developed from R&D stolen from Nortel (the Canadian company whose computer network was open — for a decade — to hackers originating in China).

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Huawei to help build Canadian Telecom infrastructure.

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