Tag: Huawei

US’s restrictions against Huawei is most likely to leave its business unaffected

On Tuesday, the Chief Executive Officer of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei said that he was prepared to intensify a “war” this year, stressing that there would be no significant impact on companies. Huawei CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei commented upon the world business leaders at the Davos Economic Forum in the middle of a bitter

Japan bans Huawei and ZTE networking hardware

If 5G equipment bans from the United States, Australia, and New Zealand weren’t enough this year, Huawei will end 2018 on an even worse note: Kyodo News reports that Japan’s government has made a decision to block the Chinese company and its smaller rival ZTE from network hardware procurement. Not inadvertently, Canadian authorities are publicly considering a similar ban after last week’s

Huawei is attempting to avoid trade war to affect their software

Huawei Technologies on Friday offered the principal look at an in-house programming that may sometime supplant Google’s Android, a significant advance toward decreasing its dependence on American innovation. “HarmonyOS,” already code-named “Hongmeng,” is a long-gestating working framework that could before long discover its way into keen TVs and lower-end telephones. The OS typifies Huawei’s work

Suffering the consequences of China-US trade war; Singaporean chipmakers laid-off workers

Caught in the trade war between the two giant countries; China and the United States, political concerns over Chinese telecoms company Huawei & decelerating consumer demand, Singaporean chipmakers have started reducing the production & cutting off hundreds of jobs, the company told Reuters. The slump in a sector which almost made up a third of

U.S. Chip & electronics makers concerned about the further drop in sales to Chinese companies

Chip & components manufacturers of the United States are nervous about the U.S. trade situation with China since many Chinese firms purchase & use many billions of dollars of electronics products made in the US every year. Analysts stated in recent interviews that the United States’ chipmakers are hesitant to lose the enormous Chinese market