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Intel, Qualcomm and others lobbied in the United States in order to continue to provide

via:博客园     time:2019/6/17 11:37:53     readed:140

Huawei has grown into the world's largest telecommunications company and China's largest smartphone manufacturer, touching the global supply chain. At least, according to the list of 92 core suppliers released by Huawei at the 2018 Supplier Conference, the number of American enterprises is the largest.

So Huawei is listed

Not long ago, foreign media revealed that Google executives maintained communication with the U.S. Department of Commerce in an attempt to lobby the other side to lift the ban so that Huawei's Android mobile phone system could continue to receive security updates. As it turns out, Huawei has more than just Google.

According to reports, Intel, Xilinx, Qualcomm and other companies are in consultation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, hoping that the latter will be open-minded.Allow Huawei to continue to provide smartphones, PC-related chip products. They emphasized that these are all general-purpose chips and have nothing to do with the government's concerns about the construction of 5G facilities in China.

As a spokesman for Huawei judged, these U.S. companies did not want to pull Huawei out of the original intention, but did not want to cause their own interests to be damaged by business disruption. For example,。 Huawei is said to have contributed $900 million, or 4%, to Bloomcom's revenue last year.

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