Microsoft and Arm Holdings Joined the List of Huawei’s Companies Opponents

The US ban on the purchase of Chinese products has not bypassed the well-known brand Huawei.

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The technology giant Microsoft and the British chip maker Arm Holdings have become one of the last companies to join the ban on the Chinese manufacturer.

As a result, the Huawei MateBook X Pro device was withdrawn from sale on the Microsoft marketplace. Microsoft retail stores will continue to trade the brand until the full sale of units from the warehouse.

While representatives of Microsoft are not ready to comment on their further actions regarding Huawei, namely support for Windows or its termination, the situation does not look favorable for the Chinese giant. At the moment, it is unclear whether the audience using the brand is ready to replace all the familiar Windows and Android operating systems.

British supplier of IP technology Arm was also opposed to Huawei because its chips contain technology of American origin. In this regard, he was forced to break the partnership with the Chinese manufacturer of smartphones.

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