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New evidence is to be released in the extradition case next month, said by the lawyers of Huawei's CFO. During a brief meeting, a B.C. Supreme Court judge set June 29 and 30 for a hearing over whether the evidence will be accepted in Meng Wanzhou's case.
MWC21 Los Angeles, organized by GSMA in partnership with CTIA, successfully took place at the Los Angeles convention center. MWCLA was the third in-person event in the MWC series for this year.
Canada 15Edge Data Centers Inc. (“C15Edge”), a provider of colocation data center solutions, announces that it has combined with Whipcord Ltd., an Alberta based cloud and colocation provider, to form Whipcord Edge Data Centers Inc. (“Whipcord Edge”). The transaction will allow Whipcord Edge to support the continued growth of its customers in both Eastern and Western Canada. Together, the company’s Toronto and Alberta based locations will allow Whipcord Edge to provide cross-Canada solutions for its clients to protect their mission critical data and information technology infrastructure.
Ibrahim Gedeon, chief technology officer of TELUS, discussed with Telecom Review about their new graduate program that enables future-proofing technology talent pools while nurturing the innovators of the future.
Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou’s extradition hearings will be delayed for three months upon her request, following the approval of a British Columbia Supreme Court judge. The hearings were originally supposed to end in May.
After an almost three-year house arrest in Canada, Huawei CFO Meng Whanzou has been freed to go back home. "Without a strong motherland, I would not have my freedom today," wrote Meng aka Huawei’s princess on WeChat while traveling back to China aboard a chartered jet.
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) decided that Bell Canada has unfairly blocked access to its fixed infrastructure, giving Videotron a sense of victory.
In a bid to persuade a Canadian court from refusing the US government’s extradition request of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, defense lawyers have questioned the reliability of information provided by the United States.
A Canadian judge has rejected a request from Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou, who wanted testimony from employees of the Chinese telecom giant to be admitted as evidence in her fight against extradition to the United States.