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ARM No Longer In Business With Huawei Either

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 22, 2019.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Earlier this week the trade war between China and the United States escalated, the US government this round targeted Huawei; US companies are no longer allowed to trade with the telecom specialist. AR...

    ARM No Longer In Business With Huawei Either
     
  2. Amaze

    Amaze Ancient Guru

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    I hope they're doing this because they're actually a national security threat, and not just destroying a company to hit China. This is basically a wrap for Huawei, who as far as I can tell have been trying to comply as much as they can with the U.S. government.
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    It's one thing for Google and Intel to drop support, but now that ARM is, Huawei is officially screwed.

    ARM is now Japanese, at least if you base this on whoever owns them.
     
  4. Kaarme

    Kaarme Ancient Guru

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    Their first priority is to comply with the Chinese government, though. It has been the national policy of China for the last decades to acquire high tech knowhow from abroad as much and fast as possible. In retrospect, I now think their recent huge efforts to develop domestic processor production capabilities is because the Chinese government did foresee this happening sooner rather than later, not only was afraid of it maybe happening at some point. Perhaps this is only the tip of the iceberg they have predicted. Many in the West don't bother to think about things too much, but the Chinese surely haven't forgotten there will always be a gap between democracies and communisms.
     

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    vbetts Don Vincenzo Staff Member

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    Google had to comply to US government orders.
     
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    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Understood; what I'm saying is Huawei could've managed to survive without Google or Intel's support. But without ARM, Huawei has nothing - the bulk of their income directly depends on ARM.
     
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    lucidus Ancient Guru

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    Damn. No amount of jingoistic non-sense will save Huawei from this.
     
  8. Alessio1989

    Alessio1989 Maha Guru

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    What if the PRC government decide to tax or ban the sale of rare-earth elements to certain non Chinese companies? I guess the 1929 would become just a joke...
     
  9. Mesab67

    Mesab67 Member Guru

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    What a sick world we live in.
     
  10. user1

    user1 Maha Guru

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    Honestly I see Huawei as being collateral damage.
    Fact of the matter is ,given the kind of control china has over it's companies, even if huawei wants nothing to do with it, they are essentially forced to comply by law.
    With china's well known use of technological espionage , the chances china would not use their access to huawei is pretty low, when so many countries use their products for communications, even millitary.
     
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    Order_66 Master Guru

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    Huawei is required to comply with chinese intelligence law, their CEO is a member of the CCP.
    Article 11 of the law states that if you're doing business with any foreign entity you must gather intelligence (aka spy) on that foreign entity.
     
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    Order_66 Master Guru

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    rl66 Ancient Guru

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    You can add to that that the whole Vodaphone group will no more sell Huawei product... It's really bad days for them.
     
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    Huawei is simply put an extension of the Chinese communist government used to conduct industrial espionage against various international companies and entities. They are really no different than the Chinese People’s Liberation Army cyber-espionage division.

    As you have mentioned the Chinese have a systematic and nationwide program to transfer technology, steal technology, copy technology, buy foreign companies with technology and basically use any and all means necessary including criminal acts all in order to leapfrog into the 21st century.

    Direct competition is one thing but if various countries such as the US, UK, France, Germany etc spend trillions of dollars and euros on research and technology only to have the Chinese sneak in and steal it from you I am sure there will be lots of unhappy people. These all all countries where China has through multiple means stolen tech from and it has been reported in the media.

    The Chinese have also stolen enough technology to make their own Shinkansen bullet trains, missile and radar tech, materials tech, satellite tech telecom tech, etc. and not surprisingly on multiple occasions after copying the tech from foreign companies bankrupted the original patent holders.

    Is it really surprising the US is standing up to china now? Only the foolish and naive would think so.
     
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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    So, why is Huawei the only Chinese company being attacked? Why not Xiaomi or Meizu? If every Chinese company is required to participate in epionage, why aren't all Chinese companies on this blacklist?
     

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    It's just an excuse for political reason, the retarted orange must fill of bullcrap the heads of it's employers..
     
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    I guess the US not being able to spy on Huawei 5G systems is kind of a security threat... gotta have dem backdoors
     
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    Probably because they are the most successful. Make an example of the big boy and the small boys will fall in line.
     
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    Because they don't have a CEO who is a member of the communist party and they haven't been caught with theft and sneaking back doors into our equipment (yet).
     
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    Hasn't ZTE taken some lumps as well?
     

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