lolsomany, 08 Dec 2018its funny that japan has their own tech but company CEO still cheapskate by signing contract w... moreHuawei is(was) leader in Network tech. No surprise if big companies through around a world was signing contracts with them, they offered leading services for good price. Obviously we know now it was not a best choice :)
For all you Huawei fans believing they are not tied in with the chinese government, why would the Chinese arrest and detain a Canadian diplomat who has nothing to do with any of this and basically declare it's because we arrested a Chinese national due to being an extradition country.
Keep on thinking that Huawei is innocent in all of this.
iComent, 10 Dec 2018Since when Hong Kong got independence from China and not part of it???Since the first Opium Wars, when Britain invaded and seized the island city.
Then it was the WW2 Japanese.
Then it was the British again.
And finally the 1997 treaty of "one country, two systems".
There's a very good reason why most immigrants from Hong Kong do not tell you that they are Chinese, they actually say they are "Hongkonese". History is history, and yes geography is funny whichever way you look at it.
Perhaps the encryption for 5G is unsafe or unstable for it first launch, so we can understand why most of the country avoid the risk of spying.
Japan is strengthening its security measures so only the ''rightful' USA can know your secret plots
never gonna buy icrap , only huawei and samsung , they are losing trade war
i buy american product if they offer low price since 1990 but sadly it never happened, Yep China surely so evil to control the economy now but what choice we have in Asia, dont forget America cut down their quality product such as HP, Dell which now equal as China made,not only that people lost their job because cutdown business size by western company
Yeah, right... They are all American servants! Because America is in the trade war with China, they recruited all possible forces to beat the China...
Even if no Huawei phone were sold here, I will not buy US iPhone anyway seeing those celebrities iCloud leak. Beside part of Huawei raise come form US destroy Nokia to take over it cheaply.
Kangal, 10 Dec 2018Yes, but I don't need the correction. I purposely made that "error", because saying Western Eu... moreThere's is terminal - central Europe. And compare Canada and US with Hong Kong and China is a little bit funny. As I know Canada is independent country while Hong Kong is just autonomous territory in China. Geography is interesting subject ;)
AlexG, 10 Dec 2018I guess you are Chinese... I would rather prefer US spy on me instead of dictator country , wh... moreIÂ’m not and living 6000 km away from China. While you looks like typical brainwashed American informational zombie - dictator, communist, no human rights... Keep watching your CNN.
And China didnÂ’t violate Iran agreement that USA signed. ThatÂ’s USA did. USA doesnÂ’t even have a right and jurisdiction to tell 3rd party countries what to do.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2018In the past, huawei devices caught sending back informations to chineseGoogle, Microsoft and Apple were and still sending same type of information and even far more back to their servers as well.
iComent, 10 Dec 2018A little geography correction for you - France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium - are not North ... moreYes, but I don't need the correction. I purposely made that "error", because saying Western Europe would've meant including the likes of Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece etc etc which are not as important as the likes of France, Germany, and Scandinavian markets.
And Hong Kong isn't China.
They have their own laws, their own economy, their own citizenship, their own seats in international committee, their own passports, and they even have their own currency. Do they have close ties, sure. But that doesn't make them China.
It would be exactly like calling Canada a part of The United States of America.
But none of this matters when talking about Huawei trying to take over the telecommunications infrastructure demographic, and having to get pushed out from the English-nations. If they're unlucky, Huawei might only win in the likes of Asia (excluding Japan, South Korea, India, Russia, Israel, UAE)... but there's a lot more going on in the background than you and I lead to believe.
Kangal, 10 Dec 2018Now if Huawei and ZTE get blocked in Canada, South Africa.... that's all the English-countries... moreA little geography correction for you - France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium - are not North European countries. And Hong Kong is part of China.
Now if Huawei and ZTE get blocked in Canada, South Africa.... that's all the English-countries. And if they get blocked in North Europe (France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden, etc etc)... that's the majority of the "high-end" market gone.
Then all that's left is Israel, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE small nations/scraps.
But there's still a couple large nations: Russia, Brazil, India to win contracts in.
And some medium nations: Mexico, Argentina, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Turkey, etc etc which can add up if they're successful.
The rest of nations of Africa, Asia, South-East Asia, and South America is lower on the list of importance for these corporations.