WASHINGTON (Dispatches) - A U. S. clampdown on exports to Huawei Technologies Co. threatens to disrupt the Chinese company’s access to critical suppliers across its businesses, from smartphones to 5G equipment—and Silicon Valley could share in the pain.
Export restrictions limiting Huawei Technologies’ access to U.S. components could affect sales of Silicon Valley giants like Intel, Oracle, Qualcomm and Broadcom.
The Commerce Department’s move to scrutinize U.S. exports to Huawei Technologies threatens to limit the Chinese company’s access to U.S.-made chips and other parts for its smartphones and 5G technology.
The U.S. move to scrutinize exports to Huawei Technologies Co. threatens to disrupt the Chinese technology leader’s access to critical suppliers it uses across its businesses, from smartphones to 5G. Any pain will reverberate through Silicon Valley too.
Huawei, the world’s leading telecommunications-gear supplier and No. 2 smartphone seller, relies heavily on the U.S. for many advanced components, from chips for handsets and mobile