‘Chipmakers Intel and Qualcomm to stop deliveries to Huawei

Major chip manufacturers, Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom do no business with Huawei, writes the news agency Bloomberg on Monday on the basis of insiders.

Employees of U.s. chipmakers would according to sources of Bloomberg informed are informed that the companies are making their deliveries to Huawei until further notice to stop. It would include hardware and software.

Intel, Qualcomm and Broadcom are not the only companies that Huawei restrictions to impose. Google limited Sunday night the access of Huawei to the Android mobile operating system. Google follows the new, stricter rules of the American ministry of Economic Affairs for the Chinese phone company.

Huawei can by the measures no longer make use of Google apps, and updates. Google argues that nothing changes for phones that are already in use.

Huawei makes use of Intel chips, for example modems in laptops. With Qualcomm the company would be less, because Huawei mobile modems, and other processors develops.


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Stock for three months

Bloomberg reports that Huawei may have a stock of chips and other important components has been collected, which the company still three months ahead. In that way, would the Chinese company themselves extra time given to find solutions to imposed restrictions in the USA.

The United States says that the equipment and networks of Huawei by China can be used for espionage. Huawei, the allegations always denied, and reports that all equipment is safe to use.

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