Huawei’s global sales continued to climb in the first half of the year even as concerns about the smartphone maker’s links to the Chinese government permeated security discussions around the world
Kanata-based division of Chinese telecom giant says it works ‘openly and transparently’ with Canadian operators and the federal government
Meanwhile, Ritch Dusome is replaced as CENGN chief executive
Huawei Technology Ltd., the world's biggest maker of telecoms equipment, said Friday its 2016 sales rose 32 per cent fro
Why do multinational technology companies come to Kanata North?
Six Ottawa engineering students are among a group of 19 young people from across Canada selected to visit China as part of a Huawei’s “Seeds for the Future” program.
Huawei announced Tuesday it plans on investing up to $303 million in Ontario over the next five years as it accelerates its partnership with the province on its 5G Ontario project.
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Two students each from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa are among 18 selected to take part in Huawei’s ‘Seeds for the Future’ journey to China.
Students from Carleton University and the University of Ottawa will be among 20 Canadian third-year engineering students touring Huawei’s operations in China this spring as part of the “See