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Chairman of Huawei says it’s supply chain has been attacked

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Huawei Technologies will do whatever it can to strengthen its supply chain which has already been “attacked”, its own rotating Chairman Guo Ping has stated.

Guo was talking on Wednesday at the Chinese smartphone and telecoms gear maker’s annual Huawei Connect event in Shanghai that focuses on communications and information technology.

He didn’t give details about the assault.

The business has been facing mounting pressure from Trump administration, which last month further afield constraints to choke Huawei’s access to commercially available chips.

These are the processors that power Huawei’s high-end telephones. Concerns that the company’s phone division will fold has led customers to hurry to purchase the company’s handsets. Vendors say that prices have spiked by as much as 500 yuan (approximately $73.69) for some apparatus in response to high demand.

The organisation had been stockpiling chips from several vendors ahead of the constraints’ implementation.

The US limitations, but allow for businesses to apply for a permit from US government so as to continue providing Huawei. Already, some businesses have attempted to use the coverage.

Intel Corp has said it has received permits to provide certain products to Huawei.

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Huawei introduced earlier this month its new Harmony OS, a working system it hopes to use in lieu of Android as Google has been barred from supplying updates to the corporation.

The operating system will initially launch on internet-of-things apparatus and later on smart phones toward the close of the calendar year, the business has said.

The team at Platform Executive hope you have enjoyed the ‘[post_title]’ article. Initial reporting via our official content partners at Thomson Reuters. Reporting by Brenda Goh and Josh Horwitz in Shanghai and David Kirton in Shenzhen. Editing by Himani Sarkar and Muralikumar Anantharaman.

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