After reporting that Google has disconnected Chinese technology leader Huawei Technologies from Android, other major US IT companies are stopping software and component shipments for it. The US Department of Commerce announced the blacklisting of Huawei products and related companies. According to Bloomberg, deliveries of components and software have already been suspended by US companies such as Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx and Broadcom. Reuters agency writes that Huawei was ready for such a development of events, having developed its own technology in case of Android locking. In addition, it created a stock of spare parts. According to experts, this will allow it to ensure uninterrupted work for three months. However, Huawei’s dependence on US semiconductor products will still lead to significant losses for the Chinese company. Therefore, it is interested in the abolition of restrictions imposed by US authorities.
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