Home Huawei CFO sues Canada over detention AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 04 MAR 2019 Previous ArticleFrom 4YFN to MWC: TravelPerkNext Article4YFN Interview – EveryWoah Español Author FCC mulls expanded Huawei, ZTE bans El fundador de Huawei propugna una transición hacia el software Tags Chris joined the Mobile World Live team in November 2016 having previously worked at a number of UK media outlets including Trinity Mirror, The Press Association and UK telecoms publication Mobile News. After spending 10 years in journalism, he moved… Read more Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou (pictured) filed a legal case against the Canadian government, border agency and police, claiming her detention and related processes violated constitutional rights, Reuters reported.The executive, who is also the daughter of Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei and deputy chair at the vendor, was arrested on 1 December 2018 in Canada on request of the US, which wants her extradited on claims she broke trade sanctions when working with another company.After being held for ten days, Meng was granted bail and is due to appear in court again on Wednesday (6 March) when a date is expected to be set for an extradition hearing.Among the grievances filed by Meng’s legal representatives are accusations the issue of an arrest warrant was deliberately delayed and she was unlawfully interrogated prior to her arrest.AccusationsThe extradition request relates to US allegations Meng misled international banks about Iran-linked transactions involving a company called Skycom Tech. The US also believes Skycom Tech is controlled by Huawei.Huawei strenuously denies Skycom Tech was anything but a business partner and insists the two are completely independent of each other. The Chinese vendor also denies breaking any trade sanctions.The proceedings against Meng are part of a wider souring of relations between the US and China over trade and perceived security issues with some of the latter’s companies.China’s foreign ministry has regularly called for extradition proceedings against Meng to be dropped by the US and for Canada to release her. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Blog: How is chip shortage affecting US? Chris Donkin Related China USHuawei
Founder of nonprofit arrested after 2 brothers, age 9 and 11, are struck by car and killedFounder of nonprofit arrested after 2 brothers, age 9 and 11, are struck by car and killed
kali9/iStockBy EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News(LOS ANGELES) — A Southern California community is mourning two brothers, ages 11 and 9, after they were struck and killed by a driver in suburban Los Angeles County, according to authorities.The children were crossing a street in Westlake Village when they were hit by a driver just after 7 p.m. Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.The parents were at there at the time, according to the sheriff’s office.One boy was pronounced dead at the scene. The second boy was taken to a local hospital where he died a few hours later, the sheriff’s office said.The suspected driver, Rebecca Grossman, was located at or near the crash site, according to the sheriff’s office. Grossman, 57, was arrested on two counts of vehicular manslaughter, the sheriff’s department said.Grieving community members gathered at a vigil for the boys on Wednesday night.The brothers were identified by a local newspaper, The Acorn, as 11-year-old Mark Iskander and 9-year-old Jacob Iskander.“This is a devastating loss for our community,” State Senator Henry Stern tweeted. “Two young boys with an entire lifetime ahead of them.”Grossman and her husband founded the Grossman Burn Foundation, a Los Angeles County-based nonprofit that provides burn prevention education and burn treatment, according to its website. The Grossman Burn Foundation is the “philanthropic arm” of the Grossman Burn Centers, which were founded by Rebecca Grossman’s father-in-law, according to the website.ABC News could not immediately reach the Grossman Burn Center for comment.Grossman’s bail was set at $2 million and she’s due in court Oct. 21. It was not immediately clear if she had an attorney.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
MACOM to Showcase its GaN Portfolio at the International Microwave Symposium 2014MACOM to Showcase its GaN Portfolio at the International Microwave Symposium 2014
M/A-COM Technology Solutions will showcase its GaN product portfolio at IMS 2014 in Tampa, Florida, at booth #915. MACOM will also feature a suite of new products aimed at applications spanning industrial, scientific, medical, point-to-point wireless and X-Band radar. Stop by the M/A-COM Booth to See the following: MACOM’s GaN Portfolio: Featuring the industry’s broadest portfolio of GaN power products, ranging from 100W GaN in plastic to 1000W ceramic GaN devices. GaN Demonstration: See a demonstration of MACOM’s GaN on Silicon integrated amplifier family. The live demo will feature matched, broadband, integrated amplifiers operating over a 30-2500MHz band, showcasing the ease of use of these products for a variety of applications. E-Band Amplifier: The industry’s highest power broadband MMIC power amplifier with an integrated power detector delivering a Psat of 25 dBm and Gain of 20 dB over the 71-86 GHz frequency band. Family of Broadband Mixers: MACOM’s new family of high-performance, ultra compact broadband mixers are ideal for multi-market customers. X-Band Multi-Function Module: MACOM’s fully integrated MMIC packaged in a 7×7 QFN enables dual path transmit/receive operation over the X-Band. Visit booth 915 to meet with MACOM’s Business Unit Directors, Product Managers and Technology Fellows at the show. MACOM experts will also be participating in the following Technical Sessions: – Tuesday, June 2nd at 13:00 Arrow’s booth #609 Topic: GaN on Silicon Product Reliability: Methods, Results, and Recommendations for the RF Designer. – Wednesday, June 4th at 12pm MWJ Panel: Path to 5G – Design and Test Challenges for the Future This panel will examine the challenges to device design and device/system testing for 5G technologies such as mmWave/TeraHertz transceivers, Massive MIMO, Carrier Aggregation, CoMP, AESA radios and other related technologies for the future. – Wednesday, June 4th at 14:50-15:00 in Room 22/23 IMS Technical Sessions – WE3B-5: A Compact High Efficiency GaN-Si PA Implemented in a Low Cost DFN Package with 71% Fractional Bandwidth
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Round-up: QPR want duo out, Fulham to sign ex-Spurs youngster, Moses set for West HamRound-up: QPR want duo out, Fulham to sign ex-Spurs youngster, Moses set for West Ham
It will be a typically manic final 48 hours of the transfer window at QPR. The club are looking to make further additions to their squad and are desperate to offload some players – they have made Junior Hoilett and Armand Traore available on free transfers ahead of Tuesday’s deadline.There continues to be speculation over the future of R’s striker Charlie Austin. Manchester United have now joined the list of clubs this summer to have been touted as favourites to sign him.AdChoices广告One of Rangers’ summer signings, Tjaronn Chery, scored his third goal of the season in Saturday’s win at Huddersfield. But head coach Chris Ramsey believes left-back Paul Konchesky deserves some credit for the Dutchman’s impact.Fulham are busy in the transfer market as well. They have agreed a deal to sign former Tottenham youngster Ryan Fredericks from Bristol City and expect to complete the signing of defender Richard Stearman from Wolves.Fredericks wants to return to London for personal reasonsFulham have also rejected an approach from Sheffield Wednesday for striker Ross McCormack. There has been speculation that Chelsea could react to their disappointing start to the season by making more signings, but boss Jose Mourinho has insisted he does not expect that to happen.Meanwhile, Victor Moses is expected to join West Ham on loan from Chelsea before the window closes.Brentford are also adding to their squad – head coach Marinus Dijkhuizen is hopeful Austrian striker Marco Djuricin, who is set to sign from Red Bull Salzburg on a season-long loan, will give the Bees more of a cutting edge up front.Chelsea Ladies have had no problems scoring goals. Fresh from a 6-0 hammering of Millwall Lionesses in midweek, they demolished London Bees 8-0 to reach the quarter-finals of the Continental Cup. Rosella Ayane scored four times and Marija Banusic netted a hat-trick. Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook