The Chinese brand Huawei continuously facing bad news, the company banned from the United States and many popular electronics and tech giants stopped their business with the Chinese brand. Well, now Microsoft has removed all the laptop listing of the Huawei from its online store.
Having said that, Microsoft did not announce any decision about stopping its business with the Chinese brand but it only removes the listing of the Huawei laptops from its online store, which means Microsoft now don’t want to sell Huawei laptops via its Store.
In the same time, the Chinese brand is building its new strategy to keep on the business. The company is building its own smartphone processor and modem to power the upcoming devices along with there is also a report which suggests that the company is developing it’s own operating system to overcome the challenge of Google’s decision of stopping its business with the company.
Separately, the popular UK-based chip designer ARM is reportedly suspending its business with Huawei. According to the internal documents accessed by the BBC. And this will deny Huawei to get support, delivery technology (software, code, or other updates), engage in technical discussions.
All of this happened after the US President Donald Trump signed an executive order effectively banning telecoms equipment from foreign firms deemed a security risk. And after the order was signed, the U.S. Commerce Department added Huawei to its Entity List.