China’s Largest Telecom Manufacturer Awarded Telecommunications

 Infrastructure Contracts by Bell Canada and Telus 

© 2010 Brad Kempo B.A. LL.B.

Barrister & Solicitor


China not only enjoys joint sovereignty in Canada and has a front seat at the corruption trough, it’s also helping to build the next generation of communications in the country.  This is demonstrative of the Beijing leadership continuing to strengthen the country’s strategic significance as a base of imperialistic operations. 


There are many ways to assess whether the Chinese Communist Party exercises joint sovereignty in Canada.  Traditional political analyses view having government policy and decision making roles and a monopoly on the use of force in military environments and law and order circumstances as indicators.   Another is having a significant presence in how citizens communicate amongst one another personally and corporately.  It is in this last category that the Beijing leadership also meets the criteria.


From a privacy of personal and business activity perspective, this news ought to worry Canadians; for it reveals the ability of the Chinese and their triangle of power and wealth bedmates to conduct publicly non-transparent, massive and penetrating surveillance operations to advance everything related to economy monopolization and wealth embezzlement.


Huawei Won Contracts from Telus and Bell

Oct 22, 2008  


SHENZHEN -- Huawei Technologies, the biggest telecom equipment maker in China, lately announced the partnership with Canada-based telecom operator Telus and Bell to help them build up UMTS/HSPA networks in this country. It is the first time for Huawei to set up massively UMTS/HSPA commercial networks in North America.  


The networks are expected to be completed by 2010. In terms of the contracts signed by the three parties, Huawei will provide Telus and Bell with the fourth generation base stations.




Bell Canada selects Huawei Technologies to provide infrastructure development for national wireless network enhancement


[Toronto, Canada, 14 October] Huawei Technologies today announced that it has been selected by Bell Canada to provide network infrastructure for its national overlay of HSPA (High Speed Packet Access) technology to its national EVDO (Evolution Data Optimized) wireless network. The HSPA overlay will also offer Bell an efficient upgrade path forward to LTE (Long Term Evolution), the global Fourth Generation (4G) wireless standard.


The multi-year, multi-million dollar agreement will see Huawei providing Bell with radio access network technology for its new next generation wireless network.


"It is an honour to be selected by Bell in building the company' s next generation wireless network," said Ken Hu, Executive Vice President and Chief of Huawei. "Carriers are looking for long-term partners as they future-proof their wireless network infrastructure. Huawei has globally deployed industry leading UMTS/HSPA technologies as well as taking a leading position in LTE development and we are dedicated to helping Bell enhance its competitiveness in the Canada market." 


Stephen Howe, Bell Senior Vice President of Wireless Network and Chief Technology Officer said: "Bell is committed to delivering Canadians the broadest choice in high-speed wireless service now with national 3G service and in future as we prepare to move to LTE. We are proud to work with industry leading technology providers such as Huawei Technologies to make both these objectives a reality."


About Bell


Bell is Canada's largest communications company, providing consumers with solutions to all their communications needs, including telephone services, wireless communications, high-speed Internet, digital television and voice over IP. Bell also offers integrated information and communications technology (ICT) services to businesses and governments, and is the Virtual Chief Information Officer (VCIO) to small and medium businesses (SMBs).


How did this news come to the attention of the Reform Coalition of Canada?  On the list of organizations to be contacted for the purposes of coalition recruitment was the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association.  Jim Patrick, Vice-President of Government Affairs, was swift to acknowledge upon being advised that the international conglomerate was addressing unlawful Chinese interests in the country the association was advancing Huawei’s corporate agenda.  


That led to discovering two of Canada’s largest communications services are in geo-political bed with China’s largest telecom equipment maker.  What’s striking is that during period of November ’09 and January ’10 when formal notice under international law was being delivered to our country’s largest corporations, Bell was uncooperative and Telus was hostile.  On two occasions contact when making contact with the office of the President, his secretary directed the call to the company’s security department.  This attempt at intimidation backfired; because it was more proof of how much China’s wealthiest were seeking to protect joint sovereignty, economy monopolization, wealth embezzlement and using Canada as a base of imperialistic operations.


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