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Several Tech Firms Follows Google To Stop Business With Huawei

Early this day, we updated that the tech giant Google has stopped its business with the Chinese brand Huawei and this move will deny access to the Google services such as Play Store, Gmail, and more. Well, now we got a new report which suggests that Huawei faced another blow.

According to the latest report, several tech companies such as Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Xilinx have all stopped supply to Huawei. Which means the Chinese brand is now isolated in the tech world and they have to do something to overcome this struggling situation.

Having said that, the popular brands Intel and Qualcomm are the two most important firms for Huawei. As Intel supplies processors for the laptop and servers of the Chinese brand. On the other hand, Qualcomm provides chipsets and modems for Huawei’s smartphones.

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.

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