Netease Technologies News, May 22, According to The Verge, Google has suspended some business dealings with Huawei since the Trump government launched the blockade, including Android authorization, but Microsoft remains silent about whether it will prevent Huawei from gaining Windows authorization.
The Verge, an American technology blog, contacted Microsoft several times for comment, but the latter refused to make any statement on the matter.
Since last weekend, MateBook X Pro has mysteriously disappeared from Microsoft's online store, where searching for any hardware from Huawei has yielded no results. However, users can still find Huawei's laptop in last week's Google snapshot. The Verge learned that Microsoft's retail stores are still selling stock of MateBook X Pro laptops.
Microsoft's possible Windows ban may also affect Huawei's server solutions. Both Microsoft and Huawei use Microsoft-certified Huawei servers to run hybrid cloud solutions for Microsoft's Azure stack. Intel and Qualcomm also need to comply with the latest U.S. government orders.
Huawei has developed its own smartphone processors and modems, while Intel provides server chips and laptop processors for Huawei. Huawei is reportedly hoarding chips all the time, so the company is ready to deal with such a ban.
Huawei has also been developing alternatives to Windows and Android in recent years, but it is unclear how much of these operating systems are being developed. Huawei executive Yu Dong recently revealed that the company
Although Huawei has received a 90-day extension, it can provide software updates for Android phones and maintain
In any case, if the ban is further extended, it could seriously damage Huawei. Last year, ZTE was in trouble for violating the U.S. ban and had to suspend operations. The United States finally lifted the ban three months later, but ZTE's reputation and brand suffered serious damage. (small)<#comment>#comment><#comment>#comment><#comment>#comment>