Each new day brings new reports from the Huawei camp, which has to deal with the subsequent consequences of the trade ban imposed on it by the United States. The company has just officially referred to the recent information on the break of cooperation with ARM.
Since the imposition of restrictions on Huawei, this Chinese giant can not catch a moment’s respite. In recent days, we regularly write about more companies that had to give up or limit cooperation with this leading manufacturer of smartphones and electronics in the face of decisions made by the US. In this group there is of course Google, but also Qualcomm, as well as the organization of the SD Association or the company ARM.
Some of these decisions will more or less hurt Huawei, and in the latter category you can probably count on the end of cooperation with ARM – a British technology provider for HiSilicon Kirin processors, which are mounted in Chinese devices. Huawei has already officially referred to the decision of the British company:
After the US Department of Commerce announced its decision to add Huawei to its Entity List, our production and supply chains have been complying with all applicable laws and regulations, and everything remains business as usual. At the moment, our supplier ARM is reviewing and evaluating the impact of the Commerce Department’s decision, and is actively communicating with the US government. We completely understand and support them. Recently, many of our partners have chosen to stick with us and weather this storm together. We are immensely grateful for this. Moving forward, Huawei will continue working with our partners to protect the interests of our customers and consumers around the globe, maintain order in the market, and ensure the healthy development of our industry.
Based on Huawei’s statement, they are complying with all applicable laws and everything remains business as usual. The tech giant also said that many of their partners have chosen to stick with them to weather the storm together.
Huawei also said that they will continue to work with their partners around the globe to protect the interest of their customers and ensure healthy industry development.
But at the moment, ARM is still reviewing and evaluating the impact of US’s decision.