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Huawei and Telus test fixed 5G in homes, paving way for Canadian rollout

Facing restrictions in the United States due to national security concerns, China’s leading smartphone maker Huawei announced today that Canadian carrier Telus is live-testing Huawei 5G equipment in Vancouver homes, setting the stage for a future commercial launch of fixed 5G service in Canada. The companies’ in-home testing is said to be the first of its kind […]
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