Forbes predicts: by the end of this year, HUAWEI will close its business in the US.

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 Forbes predicts: by the end of this year, HUAWEI will close its business in the US.


Photo: HUAWEI will withdraw from the US market by the end of 2018, and hundreds of jobs may disappear. HUAWEIs CEO Xu Zhijun said, there are things we cant change, so wed better not take it to heart. In this way, we can have more energy and time to serve our customers and develop better products to meet the needs of our customers. In some cases, we will feel relaxed only by letting go. Earlier, U.S. officials repeatedly called for a ban on HUAWEI and ZTEs products, claiming that they are important for national security in the United States. In a statement earlier this week, Ajit Pai (AjitPai), President of the FCC, said: over the years, U.S. government officials have always expressed concern about the national security threats of some foreign communication equipment suppliers in the communication supply chain. The back door hidden in routers, switches and other network devices can allow hostile foreign forces to inject viruses and other malware, steal American private data, and monitor American businesses. In fact, this means that HUAWEI will rapidly reduce its business in the United States (sales, marketing and support). According to its website, the companys US headquarters is in Piano, Texas, Plano, and employs about 1200 employees in 13 regional offices, including Silicon Valley, Bridgewater, New Jersey, Chicago and Santiago. HUAWEI has thousands of American customers, from regional operators to small businesses, and they can replace HUAWEI with Ericsson, NOKIA or CISCO to provide network equipment, but still need support and help. HUAWEIs consumer business includes smartphones, tablets, laptops and wearable devices, and its business has been largely closed after the company decided not to sell its latest P20 flagship mobile phone in the United States. Yu Chengdong, the chief executive of HUAWEIs consumer group, said when he released P20 in Paris last month: even without the American market, we will be the worlds first. We expect that by the end of this year, HUAWEI will permanently shut down its business in the US. However, HUAWEIs R & D and procurement (supply chain) activities should continue to grow, because most of it has nothing to do with the activities of the US market. (small) source of this article: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 HUAWEI has thousands of American customers, from regional operators to small businesses, and they can replace HUAWEI with Ericsson, NOKIA or CISCO to provide network equipment, but still need support and help. HUAWEIs consumer business includes smartphones, tablets, laptops and wearable devices, and its business has been largely closed after the company decided not to sell its latest P20 flagship mobile phone in the United States. Yu Chengdong, the chief executive of HUAWEIs consumer group, said when he released P20 in Paris last month: even without the American market, we will be the worlds first. We expect that by the end of this year, HUAWEI will permanently shut down its business in the US. However, HUAWEIs R & D and procurement (supply chain) activities should continue to grow, because most of it has nothing to do with the activities of the US market. (small)